Video by Justin Gunson
Men’s Good Wood All-Mountain Snowboards Under $450:
The 2014 GNU Carbon Credit
Normally, banana splits made with epoxy and fiberglass instead of chocolate and peanuts don’t taste very good. This one does, and it’s because it’s for snowboarding, not eating. It’s still a banana shape though, from tip to tail, and that gives you good float in pow and quick edge-to-edge response in all kinds of snow. The serrated Magne-Traction edge gives you some more edge hold on hardpack, and it’s made in the USA, so you can buy from your buds.
Available Sizes: 143, 147, 150, 153, 153W, 156, 156W, 159, 159W, 162, 162W, 165W
“Yo! She be snappin’ ‘n purrin’ like a kitten! This board is a lot of fun, you can ride everything.”
Category : Men’s Good Wood All-Mountain Snowboards Under $450
Looking for reviews of the best snowboards for the 2013/2014 season? For the 15th annual TransWorld SNOWboarding Good Wood Snowboard Test we split the test into two and took 16 experienced testers to Woodward Tahoe at Boreal, California for the park test and Sierra-at-Tahoe, California for the all-mountain portion. Our testers rode hundreds of decks to deliver the best boards from the most comprehensive snowboard test in the industry.