GNU Forest Bailey Head Space Asym Snowboard


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Description: GNU Forest Bailey Head Space Asym Snowboard

Find your happy place this winter strapped onto the 2020 GNU Forest Bailey Head Space Asym Snowboard for men. The Head Space Asym is Forest Bailey's asymmetrical board that features a C3 profile which is camber underfoot with a mild rocker in between your feet. The Head Space Asym provides you with a controlled ride that is precise and powerful. Equipped with Magne-Traction® and Serrated Steak Knife technology, the edge hold on this snowboard is strong and effortless over all types of terrain. This medium-flexing board is ideal for intermediate to advanced riders looking to ride the resort with a little dabbling in the park and backcountry. An asymmetrical cut of the board gives you great toe side control and a strong heel side power. A core built of Aspen and Paulownia I/II wood provides you with a lightweight snowboard that is durable and responsive. This winter, hit the mountain loving every moment on the snow riding the 2020 GNU Forest Bailey Head Space Asym Snowboard for men.

Key Features of GNU Forest Bailey Head Space Asym Snowboard
  • Asym Core: Aspen/Paulownia I/II: Sustainably Harvested, Light, Strong And Poppy
  • Glass: Tri-Ax/Bi-Ax: Strong And Poppy
  • Top: Eco-Sublimated Poly Top: Tough
  • Base: Eco-Sublimated Sintered Base: Fast, Tough And Holds Wax
  • Sidewalls: UHMW: Tough And Fast
  • Camber3 - Correct Camber
  • Aggression - Control/Precision/Power
  • Camber/Mild Rocker/Camber
  • Unreal Turning - Balance Through Asymmetry
  • Unreal Edge Hold - Magne-Traction
  • Serrated Steak Knife Technology
  • Handbuilt in the USA by Snowboarders with Jobs!
  • Mervin Made - Zero Hazardous Waste
  • Art by Forest Bailey @FORESTBAILEY / @FSBSLIMITED
  • Park/Asym Twin
Length (cm) 149 152 155 158
Contact Length 112 113 115 117
Tip Width (cm) 29.1 29.4 29.7 30
Tail Width (cm) 29.1 29.4 29.7 30
Waist Width (cm) 25 25 25.4 25.5
Sidecut (m) 7.6/7.8 7.8/8 8/8.2 8.1/8.3
Flex, 1=soft, 10=firm 4.5 5 6 6

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Yay board
Awesome Art, board looks good, no damage from shipping. Can't wait for winter to get here to ride it.
August 20, 2020
2 months ago
Great Park Board
I picked this up per the high recommendations from Kevin of SnowboardProCamp. Very happy with it as my park board for the 2020 season; grips well on hardpack and has loads of pop
January 26, 2020
Bethel, ME, US
Age: 25-44
9 months ago
Highly recommend to any die hards in this world
Best snowboard ever. This is my second one, has lots of pop. An Ollie feels like popping a skateboard. Great on kickers, and slides rails smoothly. Recommend to any rider who loves the park/street. Also handles great in the back country. All around best board I have owned. Takes about 7 days of riding to break in
October 21, 2020
3 weeks ago

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Grandson requested it.
Tom T on Aug 27, 2020
Grandson requested it.
Tom T on Aug 27, 2020
It's on sale
jukes on Aug 21, 2020
It's on sale
jukes on Aug 21, 2020
Hi I'm 183cm/6ft tall, 79kg/175pounds 11,5US boot size. Is the 155wide version going to be right size/ balanced es especially for my height?I would like to use the board beyond the park as well
Pavel D on Jun 12, 2020
BEST ANSWER: If you were going to ride park all day long I'd do the 155 but the 158 will work waaaay better as an all mountain ride. Also there's no need for a wide. With boots nowadays even size 12 doesn't necessarily NEED a wide board.