GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard
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GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard

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Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Rocker
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: A1 (Aspen)
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Magne-Traction
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard

The GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard is a lean, mean piece of equipment that's going to shred the immediate environment. One of the best features of the GNU Carbon Credit is its Banana BTX rocker. Providing excellent jibbing and easier maneuverability, the rocker is one of a kind. The edges are also righteous here, giving you incredible edge hold without catching and stuttering. That's because of the Magne-Traction serrated edges that actually cut into the snow rather than trying to resist it or glide on top of it. The Carbon Credit will take you to new heights!

Key Features of the GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard:
  • Twin Freestyle/All Terrain
  • Also in Wides
  • BTX Magne Traction
  • Core: A1 (Aspen)
  • Co Ex Top
  • UHMW Sidewalls
  • Easy Maintenance Co Ex Base
  • Flex 4-5 Depending on Size
  • Wides Flex 4-7 Depending on Size.
Length (cm) 143 147 150 153 156 159 162
Contact (cm) 106 111 114 116 119 121 123
Tip Width (cm) 27.4 27.8 28.3 28.8 2.4 29.8 30
Tail Width (cm) 27.4 27.8 28.3 28.8 2.4 29.8 30
Waist Width (cm) 24 24.2 24.5 24.7 25.2 25.5 26.1
Sidecut (m) 7.9 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.4

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I'm about 5'11" and weigh 195 pounds, what size board would be good for me?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: I am the same size as you, but i'm just a bit lighter. A month ago i've bought a carbon credit in size 156. You can go a bit larger of smaller depending on your snowboarding needs. Smaller=more agile, fun; bigger=more stable at higher speeds. But from my opinion 156 is the size to pick! Have fun!
Reply · Report · Gijs H on Oct 14, 2014
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i am a relatively new rider buying my first board, im about 5'2 in height, about 125 in weight and i am guessing a good boot size for me would be a 6. based on measurements from other sites ive seen a 7 would be too big. Is this board in 143 a good size for me?
Gary R on Jan 23, 2015
Best Answer: 143 in the GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard would be great for you. Boots are generally sized by your tennis shoe size for Burton and 32 or add 1/2 size for the other brands.
Reply · Report · bill bStaff on Jan 23, 2015
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I wear size 10.5 boots, do i need a wide or will this board do? thx
A shopper on Jul 24, 2014
Best Answer: With a size 10.5 boots, especially if they have shrinkage footprint reduction technology, will be okay on a regular width deck like the GNU Carbon Credit Snowboard.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 29, 2014
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hi i am 5'3.5 and was wondering if a 150 cm carbon credit was a good park board im looking for something to progress for about 5 years i weigh about 111 help pls?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2014
Best Answer: At your height and weight I wouldn't recommend anything bigger than 150 cm. Not knowing your age, if you grow much you may get to a height that you want something longer that 150 cm before you get 5 years out of it. I've never ridden the carbon credit but it was a winner in Transworld Snowboarding Good Wood Contest in the All Mountain category but it will preform well in the park for progressing on rails, boxes, small/ medium jumps.
Reply · Report · Steven B on Mar 8, 2014
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