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Soulful turns down big mountains, stylish methods from pillow drops, and easy-floating finesse await you when you're strapped into the Gnu MullAir Snowboard. The go-to choice for Swiss slayer Nicolas Muller, the MullAir offers stability, precise carving, and spring-loaded snap for launching off natural hits, charging steep faces, and ripping across deep snow. Its directional shape features a substantial set-back, combined with slight tapering, for effortless float during bottomless powder days.
The powerful C3-BTX profile is predominately camber, with subtle rocker between the feet for freestyle freedom. This camber-dominant profile offers locked-in edge hold during high-speed carves, but with a bit of extra playfulness and forgiveness. The slight rocker also helps you float in powder without burning up your rear leg after a few runs. When the pow gets tracked out, Silky Smooth Bio Fiber dampening integrated into the layup soaks up vibrations for a smoother ride with less fatigue.
Serrated Magne-Traction edges tenaciously grip across hardpack and ice, allowing you to ride down sketchy chutes and scraped-out lines without slipping out. The Aspen and Columbian Gold core creates a light, lively feel underfoot, while a triax/biax fiberglass delivers torsional control and quick turn initiation. The Bio Beans topsheet eliminates toxic coatings for an environmentally friendly construction. There's also a fast-gliding, resilient sintered base that's ideal for ripping the steep and deep.
- Legendary rider Nico Muller's powder and freeride weapon
- Directional shape with slight taper for float and power
- Mostly camber profile with subtle rocker for ver
- Stiffer flex for stability and response
- Eco-friendly materials for less waste and environmental harm
- Silky Smooth Bio Fiber dampening reduces chatter for smooth ride
- Sintered base is tough and holds wax well
- Made in the USA by snowboarders with jobs
- Item #GNU005K
- Q & A
Hey there, im 5’8 and 165-170lbs, not sure if i should go with the 155 or 159 board on the gnu mullair. What would you recomend? Riding all sorts of terrain from groomers to trees and powder.
Who does the "frequently purchased together" matching? It must not be done by any real system that actually puts things together that have been bought together a few times, because here is a pic of what it says is frequently purchased with this brand new, top of the line mans snowboard.. The 2018 GNU Muillair. I highly doubt anyone bought either of these bindings for this or with this deck...