|Core:||Aspen Billy Goat Formula|
|Stance Setback:||1.9 cm|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: GNU Billy Goat Snowboard
Now with C3 camber dominant banana technology.
Legendary train jumper, four time Mt. Baker Banked Slalom champion and billy goat freeride line master Temple is a committed snow-boarder. Working closely with the Gnu design crew since he was 13, Temple knows what it takes to build a snowboard you can count on when you get yourself in a little deeper than you planned, need to lay down a perfect carved turn against the grain or have fun shredding with friends and family. This year Temple has added aggressive high performance C3 camber dominant Banana technology to his model. C3 offers; precise carving and control, end to end stability for big landings and critical lines, and mild Banana rocker that floats in powder and rips in freestyle terrain. Temple combines his geometries with solid momentum carrying construction that includes Anvitex dampener, farmed eco woods and a fast sintered base. Forest Burki, Temple Cummins and Matt Edgers put the Billy Goat to the test all year long, it will not let you down.
Graphic by Bend, Oregon's Adam Haynes of Stickfort.com. Adam can draw better than you, but he would never tell you that. He is a quiet, humble, backwoods, cliff droppin', Baker Banked winning, illustrative ninja. See you at Mt. Baker Adam!
- Directional Twin Freeride Shape
- C3 BTX Magne Traction
- .5 Anvitex Dampening
- Core: ABGF (Aspen Billy Goat Formula)
- UHMW Sidewalls
- Sintered Base
- Flex 6.5 -8
|Tip Width (cm)||29||29.3||29.7||30.1|
|Tail Width (cm)||29||29.3||29.7||30.1|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.8||25||25.3||25.5|
what is the width at the front? insert preferably? at a 15* forward angle?
trying to see if my just over 28 cm feet and size 11 k2s will fit nicely on the 159. Oct 22, 2013
If my calculations are correct you'll have a little less than .5" of over hang on both the toe and heel edge if your bindings are angle at 15° on the GNU Billy Goat 159cm Snowboard. Oct 24, 2013
exactly how much under .5"? is there a way you can use millimeters so i can get a more exact measurement? also can i get the exact measurment of the width at about the mid way point of the insert so i can do my own math just to check? i ask cause i am willing to get the 162 (i'm 185-95lbs 6'1".)
i presume the 162 should give me 3-4mm more at the insert. if i have less than 1 cm overhang on each end while barefoot i should be good right?
appreciate the help! Oct 24, 2013