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GNU Chromatic Snowboard - Womens

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Description: GNU Chromatic Snowboard - Womens

The Chromatic from GNU was built to be enjoyed by a multitude of riders, whether you're just starting out or well past the learning curve! This true twin shaped, freestyle minded deck, features GNU's Original Banana camber profile. This profile showcases a reverse camber section between the feet and adds a mild regular camber profile outside the feet, for a catch-free ride that still has great pop and amazing turning energy. GNU's Magne-Traction® Edge acts like a serrated bread knife, providing multiple serrations down the sidecut, making for a better edge hold on hardpack and icy terrain. Also, hand built in the U.S.A in the world's most environmental board factory you cannot go wrong while picking up this deck.

Key Features of GNU Chromatic Snowboard
  • Progression - Easy/Jibby/Floaty
  • Mild Camber/Rocker/Mild Camber
  • UNREAL EDGE HOLD: Magne-Traction - Turns Ice into Powder!
  • UNREAL G1 Construction
  • Core: ASPEN/COLUMBIAN GOLD ALLOY: Light, Sustainable, FSC Certified, Strong & Poppy
  • Glass: TRI-AX/BI-AX: Strong, Light And Poppy
  • Top: ECO SUBLIMATED VERZURE POLY TOP: Tough, Sheds Snow and Adds Traction
  • Base: CO-EX: Fast & Easy To Maintain
  • Sidewalls: UHMW: Tough & Fast
  • Hand Built in the USA by Snowboarders with jobs!
  • Artist: Allison Renshaw
  • Flex: Soft/Medium
Length (cm) 141 143 146 149 152
Effective Edge (cm) 106 108 112 114 116
Tip Width (cm) 27 27.1 27.8 28 28.3
Tail Width (cm) 27 27.1 27.8 28 28.3
Waist Width (cm) 23.2 23.7 23.8 24.1 24.5
Sidecut (m) 7.9 8 8.1 8.2 8.3

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Which bindings would go best for this deck at 146 cm? Looking to buy for my spouse who is a beginner. Much thanks!
Ernie on Dec 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Citizen would be a great choice. Check them out here:
I bought a 141 board and i have the burton citizen boots of 7.5W and a M binding. the waist width of the board looks a bit too narrow for my shoe size b/c it's hanging off quite a bit but I am not too sure either. Can someone advise please?
Belinda Z on Dec 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The 141cm GNU Chromatic has a waist width of 23.2cm and is wide enough for size 7.5 boots and medium bindings.
I wear a size 7.5/8 boot. Would the 146 be too narrow for me? It seems like a really narrow board
Courtney K on Nov 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You're good to go!
I'm 5"5, 180lbs, size 8 beginner Board size recommendations?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2018
A 152-156cm board would be great for you!
I'm 5' 5" and I weigh 125 pounds. My shoe size is a 6. What size board do you recommend?
brooke i on Nov 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Brooke,
I would go with the 146cm for all-mountain, or the 141cm if you're riding primarily in the park and want something that's easy to throw around.
My daughter is 5' 7", 120lbs and size 10 boots. Level intermediate. She wants to learn terrain park riding. What size would you recommend for this board?
Jessica S on Sep 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Jessica,
I would go with the 146cm in this board for her in the park.
I'm a 5'2" 123lbs and wear a size 7 boot. What size would you recommend for the GNU chromatix?
A shopper on Mar 29, 2018
Going by your specs (and depending on your skill and style) your ideal board will be is the range of 143cm to 145cm length. That actually puts you between sizes of the GNU Chromatic snowboard. I think for you... the 146 length will be the best choice.