GNU Banked Country 2022

GNU Banked Country 2022
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All new for the 2022 line is the Temple / Cannon Cummins father and son duo hard core ripper..the Banked Country.

This board features all new Progressive Magne-Traction. Yup that’s right, essentially the Mag runs deeper from the nose to the tail. The nose has virtually no Mag, running deeper through the waist, then deepest through the tail section. Mag where you need it most! Aggressive C3 contours, G2 Eco construction, Tri / Bi ax glass, fast as hell Sintered base, slight taper..and a switch friendly tail shape make this a Baker Banked Slalom champion or a hard charging freeriders dream!

I firmly believe that we will start to see Pro Mag filtering down into most of the GNU and Lib freeride models in coming years, but be first on the scene, grab a Banked Country and watch the world fly by!

Terrain: All Mountain Freeride
Level: Advanced
Flex: 8/10 (0=soft, 10=stiff)
Rocker: C3 Aggression
Shape: Directional.  This board has a floaty nose, tapered tail, and a setback stance for effortless float in powder and powerful forward-facing performance.
  • 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.
  • Core: Unreal G2 Eco.  Light, environmentally nice, strong, and poppy. Combines Aspen and Paulownia woods with Triax and Biax alloy glass for a super smooth ride and lighter weight.
  • Top: Eco Sublimated Poly TopThis topsheet is made using an eco-friendly sublimation process.
  • Base - Sintered Base: Fast, Tough & Holds Wax
  • Sidewalls - UHMW: Tough & Fast
  • NEW! Directional Progressive Magnetraction - a combination of radial entry side-cut and strategically placed edge serrations provide smooth entry and powerful 'fin like' edge hold in the tail.

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