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Humans are asymmetric from front to back. Turn mechanics are vastly different from toe side to heel side. The Weird Science Team at Gnu have incorporated 5 unique balancing design concepts that harmonize and harness our natural biomechanics and built them into the revolutionary award winning Impossible.
Introducing the first ever Sam Taxwood and Brandon Hobush Pro One-Off snowboard based on the ever so popular Swindle. Taxwood and Hobush chose to put their graphic on the Swindle because the Railkiller Edge, Whiplash Core Profile and Zero Camber provide the durability, flex and pop they need to send it from the park to the streets. They worked with their favorite artist, Dave Doman, to come up the graphics.
Unmarked obstacles exist. It's no secret, so why live your life in fear? Find them then destroy them with the 2013 Super Hero snowboard and its less-is-more mentality. Bending the rules on board length, its highly maneuverable design packs the Hero's punch in a smaller profile, letting you downsize up to 5cm from what you normally ride. The Flat Top blends float and control, ensuring a stable attack on whatever obstacles get in your way.
Team designed, team ridden, and the #1 selling board in the CAPiTA line. One of the best urban and park boards in the game, the Horrorscope features pre-loaded reverse camber positioning for expert level jibbers and easy turning, mindless shredding for intermediate riders. This Transworld Top Ten Good Wood Award winner takes no effort! Stable at high speeds! Jib like a madman!
Winner of another Good Wood Award by Transworld Snowboarding, the GNU Park Pickle takes the next step in snowboarding specific geometry technology. Banana technology between your feet for easy riding and catch free freestyle fun in park. Magnatraction along the sidewalls help create more contact points on the snow allowing maximum control. The Park Pickle has asymmetrical sidecuts which means your heel side sidecut is much deeper then toe side sidecut allowing the Park Pickle to be asymmetri...