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GNU Carbon Credit BTX Blem Snowboard

GNU Carbon Credit BTX Blem Snowboard
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Description: GNU Carbon Credit BTX Blem Snowboard

The new 2013 GNU Carbon Credit BTX Snowboard is ready to change your shred life like a boys first kiss. Yep, Gnu has done it again with another killer Magne-Traction Banana Tech that board is out to take you from zero to hero and everywhere in-between like Marty McFly at a school dance with a guitar. Pop it like it''s hot with the Bi-Axial Glass, Aspen core and rigid hand made in the U.S.A construction dog! As if all that weren''t enough, the Carbon Credit comes in wide sizes for all of the big footed bro''s out there too!

This board has some minor cosmetic defects-nothing that affects the performance

Key Features of the GNU Carbon Credit BTX Snowboard:
  • Banana Tech BTX
  • Magne-Traction
  • Twin Geometries
  • Mervin Sustainable Woodcore
  • Bi-Axial Glass
  • Flex 4-5 Depending On Size
  • Wides Flex 6-7 Depending On Size
Length (cm) 147 150 153 156 159 162
Effective Edge (cm) 111 114 116 119 121 123
Tip Width (cm) 27.8 28.3 28.8 29.4 29.8 30.0
Waist Width (cm) 24.4 24.5 24.7 25.2 25.5 25.8
Waist Width (cm) 27.8 28.3 28.8 29.4 29.8 30.0
Sidecut (m) 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.4

Carbon Credit BTX Blem

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Great price for what you get
Great middle of the road board for a great price. Really poppy for trick and Park skill stuff. Great for powder when we get it, and general park. A little less stable when going super fast, but not a big deal
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October 2, 2013

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Because there was not a lib tech in this size
rob w on Jan 11, 2014
Cody G on Jan 6, 2014
Good value for a great board
Peter G on Jan 9, 2014
Rented this board and rode it. Liked it. Looked it up and turns out it's a pretty damn good value. Like that GNU handmakes their boards here in the US.
Joseph L on Jan 3, 2014
Is there a major blemish on this board? And this is my 2ed season, and lambing to buy this board. I am 5"8 160 lbs, was wondering if a 153 would be a good choice? Thanks
Ryan312 on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: I just bought this board and haven't been able to ride it far as I know there is nothing wrong with it. I have only heard great things about this board and love that it is a Transworld Good Wood Winner. I definitely recommend this board, its something you can have for a while and grow into. For the price, its hard to do better. And yea, a 153 would probably work for you. Just for reference I am 6 foot / 180 lbs and currently ride a 162'. I bought i 156 in the GNU Carbon Credit because 162 is a lil longer than I like it and wanted to go small rather than get the 159. Size is up to you, but a 153 is in the correct window for you size. Hope that helps, good luck.
Reply · Report · justin a on Dec 3, 2013
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I am 5'8" and 150lb, would the 153cm work well for me or should I look for a longer board?
Albert on Dec 24, 2013
Best Answer: I am 5'11", 170lbs and currently ride a 153cm board and it rides great for me. If you are looking for more of a mountain/back-country board I would go for a longer board. If you are looking for a park/freestyle board then 153cm would be a good board.
Reply · Report · Paul J on Dec 24, 2013
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Is this board good for beginners too? What about for those that want to just carve? Not really into jumps and what not...
A shopper on Dec 16, 2013
Best Answer: The Gnu Carbon Credit Snowboard could be good for a beginner that like s to crave and enjoy all that snowboarding has to offer.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 17, 2013
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how would you compare this board to the Lib Tech box scratcher?
Chris K on Dec 16, 2013
Best Answer: Lib-Tech, Gnu, and Roxy are all manufactured by the same company so you will see very similar boards across the range with just a different branding on it.
Reply · Report · Alden W on Jan 8, 2014
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