Gnu Klassy 2017

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Description

The Gnu Klassy has a new shape that is designed to turn the whole mountain into a playground. Sporting the same super versatile C2BTX camber as the old Klassy but with a fun new shape. Designed for the ladies who love to freeride but also like to launch off hits and slash banks, the Klassy's directional shape and slightly set back stance is a winner in our books. Perfect for everything from Mt Hotham Slush to waist deep Japan powder.


Key Features

Camber Type: C2BTX - (We call it Moustache Camber) The magic combination of rocker between your feet and camber under foot. Rocket between your bindings give you that fun loose feel with the added camber underfoot for edge hold and stability.

Flex: 5/10 Medium (1=soft, 10=stiff) A perfect all terrain freestyle board flex for smooth mountain cruising to aggressive park riding.

Shape: Directional - A slightly set back stance gives a longer nose and shorter tail. Perfect for free-riding and powder slashing.

Core: Great Lakes Aspen with a sprinkling of Colombian Gold. Aspen is the backbone of every Gnu board for its light, strong and smooth flexing properties. Colombian Gold is super duper light, strong and poppy.

Edges: Magne-Traction - Like a serrated knife, Magne-Traction eats hard pack snow and ice for breakfast. More board contact means more control. 

Base: CoExtruded - Gnus own secret recipe for a fast base that absorbs and holds wax while remaining easy to fix.

SIZE CHART

Board Lengths: 142cm, 145cm, 148cm, 151cm

Stance set back: 3.8cm

Waist Width: (142cm) 234mm (145cm) 239mm (148cm) 242mm (151cm) 243mm

Recommended Rider Weight: (142mm) 30-59kg (145cm) 32-64kg (148cm) 35-73kg (151cm) 40 - 78kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
  • Not sure if you need a wide board or not? Find out here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard cambers and shapes? Click here.
  • Want to find out about different types of snowboard edges (magne-traction)? Click here.
  • Want to find out about the difference in snowboard bases? Click here.
  • Want to find out about snowboard construction? Click here.


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