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GNU Forest Spacecase PTX Snowboard

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Specs

Type: All Mountain, Freestyle
Shape: Twin, Twin A.S.S. shape and geometries
Camber: Hybrid, EC2 Elliptical Banana Camber Combo
Flex: Soft/Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Asym AG Core
Base: Sintered
Sidecut: Modified, MagneTraction
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use: Intermediate, Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: GNU Forest Spacecase PTX Snowboard

Forest''s space case is designed to work in harmony with your body''s natural asymmetries balancing the strengths of each sidesturning mechanics enhancing control and performance. The Space Case does the work so you can spin into outer space! Get spacey, get weird!

Key Features of the GNU Forest Spacecase PTX Snowboard:
  • Twin A.S.S. shape and geometries
  • Magne-Traction
  • Sintered Base
  • Sintered UHMW sidewalls
  • EC2 Elliptical Banana Camber Combo
  • Co Ex PBT top
  • Asym AG Core
  • Handbuilt in the USA
Dimensions
Length (cm) 150 153 156
Contact Length (cm) 111 113 116
Tip Width (cm) 28.8 29.1 29.7
Tail Width (cm) 28.8 29.1 29.7
Waist Width (cm) 25 25.1 25.5
Sidecut (m) 7.8/8.1 7.9/8.2 8/8.3

Forest Spacecase PTX


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This is pretty high end, able to complete with any Burton, Rome, etc. Lots of tech in the board, but it all comes down if its rideable and fun. This board is both. Great in the park and just awesome to carve around if you are going all over the hill. Probably my favorite I have ridden
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October 2, 2013

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This board looks sick and sounds like it rides great in the park.
James W on Dec 8, 2013
im weird
Elisabeth T on Nov 27, 2013
Grandson's choice.
Diane Hunter B on Dec 7, 2013
because im a weird dude trying to get weird on my board!!!
dallas m on Nov 22, 2013
why does the nose and tail of this board look so pointed?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2013
Best Answer: This is something that most companies are starting to do. Its just a different way t o get creative and branch out from the norm. The Asym. or asymmetrical nose and tail basically give a goofy or regular rider the same riding experience. The Asym. feature means whether regular or goofy that your heels are always on the same edge. GNU has put a lot of technology into there heel side system, using different softer woods to provide more support to your heel edge. THis is because when you are riding on your toe edge you have your knees, ankles, and feet all working together on whatever you are doing toe side. On your heel side on the other hand you are limited to none of those, therefore GNU's new technology provides a great support system for your heelside. Great board and I would recommend it to anyone trying to ride a fun ass board.
Reply · Report · Colin H on Nov 21, 2013
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I really want the 156. When will they be available again?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2013
Best Answer: At this time the 2013 version is sold out in the 156. You're only chance at this killer deck is the 2014 version found at http://www.the-house.com/9853gnfbsc14zz-gnu-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 30, 2013
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Hi, I'm interested in buying a gnu space case board but I may have a problem with shipping. I live in the UK but will be in Canada from the beginning of 2014, would it possible to pay and secure a board but delay shipping until the beginning of the year?
Scott B on Oct 29, 2013
Best Answer: That's a really good technical question. Call 1 (800) 409-7669 and our sales support staff will help you with anything you need.

*Awesome pick on the board by the way.
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