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All-terrain freestyle hellion.

Why limit yourself to one particular style of riding? Thanks to the Gnu Metal Gnuru EC2-BTX Snowboard, you'll never have to restrain your riding style or terrain choice ever again. This freestyle specialist rips the entire mountain, thanks to its true twin shape, mellow Magne-Traction edges, and all-terrain EC2 BTX profile.

Falling smack in the middle between Gnu's loose, playful BTX (Banana rocker) and more powerful C2 BTX, EC2 BTX delivers a fun, forgiving rocker between the feet with elliptical camber extending from the inserts out to the contact points. Rocker between the feet adds unreal float in powder, easy turn initiation, and catch-free jibbing. Elliptical camber underfoot enhances pop, power, and response, making the Metal Gnuru equally suited for mellow park laps and high-consequence freestyle riding.

Giving you the snap needed to send big jumps, the board's Colombian Gold core is farmed from fast-growing wood for a more sustainable ride. Add in super-tough, high-density Aspen from the Great Lakes, and you have a board that's built to tackle the entire mountain. Mellow Magne-Traction .5 edges deliver the edge-hold they're famous for on hardpack and icy snow, but they're slightly less aggressive for a smoother, less-catchy ride. Additionally, its UHMW sidewalls are built to take a serious beating when you're thrashing through the park, and a sintered base gives you proper speed to clear any obstacle in your way.

  • True twin
  • EC2 BTX (rocker between feet, elliptical camber from inserts to contacts)
  • Core: Great Lakes Aspen, Colombian Gold wood
  • Magne-Traction .5
  • UHMW sidewalls
  • Sintered base

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