GNU keeps on keeping things new and exciting with the introduction of the new snowboards in the collection. Replacing the old models in the line, the latest GNU snowboards come in both goofy-footed options and are designed for trenching turns and slash powder over the entire mountain. The models inspired by Forest Bailey, are designed to quench your all-mountain freestyle thirst.

For riders looking to spend more time lapping the park, the Head Space packs a ton of pop for snapping ollies and sliding rails. If you are looking to transform the entire mountain into a terrain park, the Space Case features C2X camber and handles powder and side hits easily. Scroll down to look at all the GNU rider reviews of the 2019/2020 GNU snowboards.

Headspace 2020 Snowboard: Made considering park and street riding, the 2020 GNU Head Space is an asymmetrical twin intended for intermediate to advanced riders. Featuring award-winning technology and workmanship by Mervin pro rider Forest Bailey, GNU Headspace 2020 looks extraordinary as well as performs astounding over the whole mountain. With a medium flex and responsive C3 camber profile, the Head Space packs a massive amount of pop for sending it in the park, while the asymmetrical sidecut gives the added edge control and predictability you need at high speeds.

Spasym 2019 Snowboard: Another board to the GNU line, the Spasym is an asymmetrical all-mountain machine that is designed for trenching turns and slashing powder. Like the GNU Zoid, the Spasym comes in both a regular and goofy-footed option. With a medium-to-stiff flex and C3 camber profile, this board has a considerable amount of reaction and is an incredible choice for intermediate to advanced riders who need a directional board that is designed to turn, slash and cut.

Hyper Kyarve 2019 Snowboard: Built for deep carves, unreal float, and quality airtime, the GNU Hyper Kyarve is the ideal off-road board for intermediate to advanced riders. With a medium-to-stiff flex rating, the Hyper Kyarve is built to trench turns because of its directional shape and Magne-Traction technology. Newly refined geometry takes the Hyper Kyarve to the next level enabling it to deal with quick laps through the park and waist-deep powder with ease.

Space case 2019 Snowboard: The asymmetrical Space Case is Forrest Bailey's signature all-mountain freestyle board that is highly evolved for effortlessly taking care of everything at the resort and in the backcountry. Designed for intermediate to advanced level riders, the versatile hybrid profile and stiffer flex pattern guarantee a maximum response in all conditions. Magnatraction edged give grasp and edge hold in all situations while rocker between your feet provides simple mobility and float in powder.

Mullair 2019 Snowboard: The Mullair is best for any individual who's searching for a bomber. Something that can really handle speed and cut as well as anyone on hardpack – but that can also ride well in the powder. The GNU Mullair is unquestionably not for the amateur or even intermediate rider, and you must be a genuinely advanced rider to ride this one.

Money 2019 Snowboard: Designed for park destruction and resort ripping, the 2019 GNU Money is a directional twin freestyle machine for riders of all skill levels. Including a C2e hybrid profile and a soft to medium flex, the Money is made to handle jumps, rails, and side hits without being excessively hard on your wallet.

 These are the reviews of the latest GNU snowboards if you are looking to buy any of these. You can also visit Pacific Boarder to shop for the latest range of GNU snowboards. The store has been a fixture in Vancouver since the late 1970’s. The store boasts the largest snowboard wall in Vancouver and was one of the first Burton dealers in all of Canada.