The 2022 Gnu Chromatic is ready for easy riding, progressional fun all over the mountain. With its Original Banana hybrid shape, softer flex and Magnetraction, this all mountain directional snowboard carves circles around competitors, floats in powder and encourages progression without catching your edges or being too aggressive. With the focus on all terrain freestyle and freeriding, the Chromatic can take on the entire mountain, from working on your turns on fresh groomers to hot-laps in the park.
Rider Level: Beginner - Intermediate
Board Type: All Mountain Freeride
Camber Type: OB - Original Banana
Mild rocker between your feet with mild camber to the tip and tail makes this the best camber profile to progress your riding. Learn to ride on day 1or learn new tricks everyday. Holds an edge on hardpack, floats in powder, and jibs everything.
Flex: 4/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)
This board has a pointed nose, a blunt tail, and a slight setback that provides better float when riding forwards, but can still ride switch with ease.
Core: G1 ECO
A light, environmentally nice, and smooth core. Combines Aspen and Paulownia woods with Triax and Biax alloy glass for a strong, light, and poppy board.
Base: Eco-Sublimated Co-Ex
A fast, tough base that's easy to maintain.
Mounting Pattern: 2x4 inserts
Eco Sublimated Poly Top - This topsheet is made using an eco-friendly sublimation process.
UHMW Sidewalls - Tough and fast sidewalls.
Magnetraction - 7 strategically placed serrations along the edges of the board grip onto the snow and hold a strong edge in any condition.
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