2018 GNU KLASSY C2X 148

With the smile that has a permanent residence on her face, Kaitlyn worked tirelessly with Gnu’s builders to create a snowboard tailored to hard carving, pow floating freeride day dreams. Her dreams have been realized with the Klassy’s Directional shape, designed with deep days in mind, and C2x contour ensuring snappy freestyle fun. Heart-warming happiness every time you look down courtesy of Andy Davis artwork.
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WEIRD TIMES FOR A LONG TIME Handbuilt in the U.S.A. since 1977 When we started Gnu the very act of snowboarding was considered freakish. Weird open minded experimentation has always been job one. Mysterious materials, bizarre geometries, contours and board shapes, far out art and colors, odd terrain and freakish riders have allowed us to create fantastic progressive snowboards taking snowboarding to wild and magical places.MIKE OLSON P: Circa 1988 GNU TECHNOLOGY Gold Metal Technology The wonders of science are our playground: impossibly light and strong metals that burn, polymers that travel through space, trees that grow to 20 feet in one year or cover hundreds of acres as a single organism. We test in all on Mt. Weird and have ecologically applied them to this year's Gnu snowboards.
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Season2018
ModelKLASSY
Weight Range30-75kg
Nose Width28
Tail Width27.8
Sidecut7.8
ShapeDirectional
Stance19.24"-24"/ 1.5"
GenderWomens
Waist Width24.2
Contact Length113
Size148
ProfileC2x
ConstructionG2

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2018 GNU KLASSY C2X 148

2018 GNU KLASSY C2X 148

With the smile that has a permanent residence on her face, Kaitlyn worked tirelessly with Gnu’s builders to create a snowboard tailored to hard carving, pow floating freeride day dreams. Her dreams have been realized with the Klassy’s Directional shape, designed with deep days in mind, and C2x contour ensuring snappy freestyle fun. Heart-warming happiness every time you look down courtesy of Andy Davis artwork.
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