|Type:||Freeride, All Mountain|
|Core:||Mervin a.5 Sustainable Core|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: GNU Danny Kass Mini BTX Snowboard - Boys
The GNU Danny Kass Mini BTX snowboard is for the kids who really know what shredding means. Features Banana Technology that puts rocker between your feet, control is balanced in the center, and the catch free ends float and climb through light transitions. Also features Magne-Traction which gives your little shredder amazing control whether they are riding ice or pow and the twin shape allows them to ride equally well in both directions. Made with the Mervin A.5 wood core which is lightweight and strong and offers an even flex.
- Banana Technology
- Twin geometries
- Mervin AG.5 sustainable core
- Flex: 3-4.5 depending on size
|Effective Edge (cm)||75||85||93||101||111|
|Tip Width (cm)||23||23.7||25.1||26.2||27.7|
|Tail Width (cm)||23||23.7||25.1||26.2||27.7|
|Waist Width (cm)||20.8||21||22||22.8||23.9|
Danny Kass Mini BTX
The Gnu Danny Kass is an epic board, you'll fit good on the 145cm (you fit within the weight range). Living in MN I understand and share the same hardships of riding on really firm snow and ice; magne-traction is so grippy! It's the best edge technology in the industry, period. As for it catching on rails/boxes...The edge is still flat with the base like all other snowboards.
10.5 is probably the absolute largest I would go on that board.
My son is 12 years old, weighs about 95 lbs. and is 55 inches tall. What size board should he get?