GNU Head Space '20

GNU Head Space '20
GNU 2019 2020 Head Space Snowboard GNU 2019 2020 Head Space Snowboard Specs
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G19SN010-152W
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$699.99
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Designed by pro rider Forest Bailey, the 2020 Head Space combines award winning technology with original art work for a board that can handle any terrain and satisfy your cravings at the park. This mid flexing deck is contoured with a C3 camber profile and features an asymmetrical construction and Magne-Traction edges for maximum edge hold, insane carving and all the pop and power you need for fun laps in the park. This jib-focused all-terrain Forest Bailey dream board allows you to harness the creativity that lives within and gets you in the right 'Head Space' for unreal progression sessions. 

Terrain: All Mountain/Freestyle
Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Flex: 5-6/10 (0=soft, 10=stiff)
Rocker: C3 Aggression
Shape: Asym Twin
  • C3 - Mild rocker between your feet and a powerful camber at both tip and tail. Engineered for snowboarding this camber maximises edge hold, pop, power and precision with the benefit of little extra float and carve when you need it. Perfect for aggressive snowboarding.
  • Magne-Traction - For enhanced edge control. 7 strategically located edge serrations provide hold and control in all conditions
  • Unreal Turning Level 1 - Asym Core/Sidecut - Asymmetric balancing concepts to each side of your snowboard harmonise with nature, creating a more efficient, less tiring, unreal ride. Asymmetric wood core is softer flexing on heelside and the Sidecut is deeper on the heelside
  • Core: Aspen/Paulownia I - Sustainably harvested, Light, Strong & Poppy
  • Glass: Tri-ax/Bi-ax - Strong & Poppy
  • Top - Eco Sublimated Poly Top: Tough
  • Base - Eco Sublimated Sintered Base: Fast, Tough & Holds Wax
  • Sidewalls - UHMW: Tough & Fast

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