Gnu Head Space 2017 Snowboard Review – Tactics.com

2017 Gnu Forest Bailey Head Space Asym C3 Snowboard at Tactics: http://www.tactics.com/gnu/forest-bailey-head-space-asym-c3-snowboard?cp=ytd

The Gnu Forest Bailey Head Space Asym C3 snowboard is a jib-specific, all-terrain deck built with an aggressive camber profile enhanced with Banana rocker tech to keep things fun and playful. What you get with this aggressive freestyle board is powerful energy return from the tip and tail, with excellent pop and control from edge to edge which makes carving and floating in powder a breeze. The board’s softer flex and hybrid profile is best for intermediate to advanced snowboarders wanting to progress their skills onto more challenging park features. Get your head in the game and hop on a Gnu Head Space.

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Comments

Jhena Bravo says:

Is 145 good size for me? I’m 5’3 115

Ron Seibel says:

i’m looking into getting this board but i’m a bit confused why they changed the camber profile from btx to c3 this year. wouldn’t it be too aggressive now as the headspace is a jib focused board? also did the flex changed for 2017?

Tyler bust them cheeks says:

WHY THE F ARE PARK BOARDS A symmetrical when carving and turning in parks are the lease of our worries honesty. put that a sym shit on ONLY back country boards. putting a sym is 100% pointless for park boards. but that’s just me.

mougabo says:

what was the flex on this board? so hard to find a number from 1 to 10

Ollie w says:

I ride all mountain and am super advanst and I want a board that is going to do great in the park but also be amazing in the trees, bumps and groomers. Is this the right board for me?

Dan P says:

I never rode a Gnu or Libtech board and my concern is that they don’t offer the pop of a traditional camber board. i m riding the capita DOA now, but for me it’s still too stiff after one season so i m looking for a new board. Would you recommend the Headspace with the C3 camber profile, if i want a more playfull board as the DOA board but get nearly the same stability and pop of a hybrid camber?

Tyler bust them cheeks says:

like I’ve never been in the park and said to myself “ohh man I would’ve landed that if I have A sym board” hell no. go ahead tell me I’m wrong..

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