GNU Beast C3BTX Snowboard

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For a freestyle ride that will cover the entire mountain the Gnu Beast C3BTX Snowboard is the way to go. This directional freeride board was designed for the aggressive rider that wants to go all over the mountain while focusing on their freeriding skills. This board features a nice long floaty nose that is combined with a stable C3 camber with a mild banana rocker that will give you float in pow and also freestyle freedom. Temple built the Gnu Beast snowboard with enough tail that will let you handle freestyle shredding with ease and still float through the pow switch. The Beast from Gnu is built with everything a freerider wants to put a big ol goofy smile on their mug.

Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


  • Pendleton Wool Mills graphic

Traction and Grip:

  • Magne-Traction edges


  • UHMW sidewalls
  • Dominant camber zones at the tips with mild rocker between bindings
  • Sintered base
  • Handbuilt in the USA
  • Directional freeride shape with setback stance
  • Bases Come in Random Assorted Colors
  • Columbian Gold and aspen wood core
  • Co Ex topsheet
A powerful animal hellbent on tearing apart steep slopes and mauling untouched powder stashes, the Gnu Beast C3 BTX Snowboard is a directional freeride monster with an appetite for going fast and picking apart hairy lines. It has a camber-dominant Banana profile for powerful turns and uncompromising stability at high speeds, making it ideal for the aggressive rider who likes to charge down any and every run on the mountain.
The C3 Banana profile features aggressive camber zones outside the bindings for powerful turns and poppy ollies, and mild rocker between your feet adds a forgiving feel and enhances float in powder. Magne-Traction edges are serrated to slice through ice likes it's fresh corduroy, so you'll be carving down boilerplate with ease while everyone else is sliding out on their asses. A directional shape with a long nose and a set-back stance makes it powerful and precise when pointing it, and also increases float to keep you on top of the deep stuff.
Gnu teamed up with Pendleton Wool Mills to create a topsheet graphic that represents the relationship between man and nature, a theme that goes perfectly with the use of lightweight and strong aspen and Columbian Gold wood from sustainably-harvested forests for the core.
Freeriders of the world unite! Rejoice in the freestyle freedom of the Gnu® Beast C3 BTX.
Directional Shape designed for freestyle performance.
DC3 BTX contour features a nice long floaty nose combined with precise, stable C3 camber dominant contours combined with mild Banana rocker for float in pow and freestyle freedom.
Magne-Traction .5 features serrated edges give great edge hold all over the mountain especially on hard pack and ice.
Aspen/Columbian Gold Core provides long-lasting pop and great feel.
Sintered Base features compression hardened amorphous UHMW skived from the billet to create the toughest, fastest, best wax holding base material around.
Co-extruded topsheet.
Ultra High Molecular Weight exterior sidewalls made from soy-based elastomer are laminated to five internal wood layers for totally bombproof sidewalls.
Made in the U.S.A.
Evo (2014)
Find your inner spirit wolf floating pow fields amidst face shots the size of KIAs with the GNU Beast C3BTX Snowboard. This directional freeride guru is designed for the aggressive, experienced rider who wants to focus on freeride bliss and crushing new snow. The tapered nose and tail zen out this board for more freestyle terrain freedom and float in the thick.
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Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:8.5m (@161cm)
Base Material:Sintered P-tex
Base Name:Sintered Base
Board Size:158 cm
Board Width:Regular
Construction Type:Sidewall Construction
Contact Length:119 cm
Core Material:Wood
Core Name:CGA1 (Aspen, Columbian Gold)
Hole Pattern:Standard 4 Hole
Model #:3211605
Nose Width:29.7 cm
Pipe Oriented:No
Recommended Use:All-Mountain Freestyle
Rocker Profile:Rocker with Camber
Rocker Type:C3 BTX
Shipping Restriction:This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Side Cut:8.3 m
Skill Level:Advanced Intermediate
Special Features:Co Ex Top
Stance:19 - 24 in
Stance Setback:2.5cm
Stance Width:19-24in
Tail Width:29.4 cm
Waist Width:258mm (@161cm)
Warranty:One Year
Weight:120 - 210

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GNU Beast C3BTX Snowboard Reviews:


2014 Gnu Beast Snowboard Review

Hi, I'm Rob. Just got off the Gnu Beast. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. Has DC3 BTX, so it's just like C3, but it's set back a little further. Really surfy board, you could tell that the board really wanted some real snow underneath it, but still on the harder pack conditions that we have now, really easy to maneuver, really easy to roll on edge, held an edge great, allows you to make real nice, long, looping turns, but you can also really lay on it and make a real hard, sharp, aggressive turn. So, a really great board for that advanced to advanced- intermediate, all mountain rider.
Rob G. at on 09/09/2013

2014 Gnu Beast Snowboard Review

Hi, I'm Steve and I just got back from the riding the Gnu Beast. What a fun board. This is a beefy board for your better rider. Big mountain board, it wants to run. You set this thing up on edge going mach 2.5, even, and it just holds like nobody's business. It's a delight to ride, it's heavy, it's beefy and it just pows through everything. Loves to run high speed. Again, for your better rider, your entry level riders really wouldn't enjoy it too much, it doesn't turn at slower speeds and I would give it a 5 out of 5.
Steve S. at on 09/09/2013