Gnu Carbon Credit Series BTX – Snowboards: Reviews
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Good for Resort
As with the Rossignol Angus (left), the true-twin Carbon Credit impressed testers with how confident it felt on every part of the mountain. “This board does the work for you,” one tester noted. While it has the same basic shape as Lib Tech’s Travis Rice—rocker underfoot with a slight camber at the tip and tail—the design isn’t as extreme. Translation: It’s not nearly as squirrelly, and it’s much better suited to intermediate-level riders, especially those still establishing their park and pipe skills. Plus, every Gnu board is hand-built in the U.S. 150, 153, 156, 159; gnu.com