The GNU Carbon Credit is a great snowboard for someone looking to upgrade from rental gear and invest in their own setup, or even for your first time snowboarding. The soft flex and rocker dominant profile make this board very forgiving, maneuverable and good for progression. You aren’t going to be catching your edges with this snowboard. The asymmetrical sidecut and Magne Traction provide reliable grip and performance for carving as well. I would recommend this snowboard to beginner riders and up.
The GNU Nicolas Müllair snowboard is a top contender for the freerider looking for a powerful carving board that also floats easily in powder. Capable of charging variable terrain with superior grip and floating with ease in bottomless powder, this is a versatile snowboard that any experienced rider would enjoy.
This is the board for the park rider who wants it all. The GNU Headspace is a board that thrives in the park but is also very capable of some high speed cruising and ripping turns in icy conditions. I would recommend this board to intermediate riders and up, if you are comfortable on blues you are capable of handling this snowboard well.
The Space Case creates a happy medium between a playful park snowboard and a mildly aggressive all mountain ripper. If you’re in the market for a rocker, do it all kind of board that can lock into a press like it’s nobody’s business, then the GNU Space Case may be a good choice for you. The asymmetrical side cut is pretty great, too.