A handcrafted in the USA Mervin Made high-performance snowboard has never required less money to obtain or been more fun to ride! Feel like you're ripping the 'errari with the price tag of the hoopty! With a twin shape and art by Jay Howell, this C2e is the life of the terrain park party.
An intermediate to pro level board with an unreal performance in the park but also all around the resort.
Twin Shape is perfectly symmetrical and rides equally well in both directions. Take advantage of the Magne-Traction® edges to effortlessly link turns that look and feel nice whether they are at high speeds or slow and controlled. The Magne-Traction® serrated edges give great edge hold all over the mountain, especially on hard pack and ice.
The C2e profile is slightly softer than C2 and means Rocker between your feet combined with radial cambers out to the contact points on tip and tail. Precise perfection in turning and jibbing combined with a tip to tail control, power, and pop of camber.
The medium flex of this board provides you with a playful feel that inspires jibbing and freestyle moves on every possible obstacle, while giving you the pop you need to get on top of everything.
The Money is built with Gnu’s Unreal G1 Eco Construction: The core consists of Aspen and Paulownia, making the core lightweight, sustainable, strong and poppy. Bi-ax and Tri-ax fibreglass surrounds the core and adds the needed stiffness and durability. The Ultra High Molecular Weight Sidewalls made from soy-based elastomer are laminated to five internal wood layers for totally bombproof sidewalls. The Co-Extruded Base is hard, fast and virtually maintenance free. A Gnu sublimation system exclusive oddity that loves a good wax, but still slides great even when you forget to. Finally, the Eco Sublimated Textured Poly Topsheet features a tough and eco-sublimated layer to complete the construction.
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Gnu have been around since the birth of snowboarding, claiming weird, open minded experimentation to be their job. They have worked with mysterious materials, bizarre geometries, contours and board shapes, far out art and colors, odd terrain and freakish riders to create fantastic progressive snowboards that have helped take snowboarding to wild and magical places. A brand we are happy to call one of the family.