GNU Impossible EC2PBTX Snowboard -
GNU's A.S.S technicians have incorporated some revolutionary mind-controlling design concepts into the award dominating GNU Impossible EC2PBTX Snowboard. More letters in one name than you can throw an onomatopoeia at. EC2PBTX tells you exactly what the board is about, a one board quiver killer for all-mountain high-tech performance. The Twin A.S.S. shape is state-of-the-art in the purest form and is probably different (asymmetrical) from any board you have ridden before. Read up, then shred down.
Traction and Grip:
- Sintered base
- True twin shape with centered stance
- Rocker between feet with elliptical camber towards tips
- Bio Beans topsheet
- UHMW sidewalls
- Asym APCG wood core
- Magnesium fiber technology
- A.S.S. asymmetric sidecut
Open up the next chapter of freestyle snowboarding with the Gnu Impossible EC2-PBTX Snowboard. Packed to the brim with next-level tech, the Impossible makes it possible to take your tricks all over the mountain thanks to freestyle-focused asymmetric shaping, a perfect blend of camber and rocker, and ice-dicing Magne-Traction edges.
Your body is asymmetrical, so your board should be too. A.S.S (asym sym synchronization) technology features a deeper heelside sidecut, a shorter heelside contact, and an asym flex to make your heelside turns as powerful and natural feeling as your toeside turns. The PBTX Enhanced Banana profile features a magical blend of rocker between the bindings and elliptical camber outside the bindings for incredible float in powder, catch-free buttering on hardpack, and response and stability at high speeds. 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.
Feel better about your purchase knowing that the Bio Bean topsheet is made from castor beans instead of petroleum-based plastics, and the lightweight and strong aspen, palonia, and Columbian Gold wood core comes from fast-growing, sustainably harvested trees so you're not contributing to the destruction of the rainforests.