GNU Space Case Snowboard Review

October 29, 2017

 

In this snowboard review we are testing out the GNU Space Case on a chilly late season day at Breckenridge Resort, Colorado. The snow stayed firm and icy in spots all day which provided a lot of great terrain to test the limits of the Magne Traction this board has in its side cut. I was able to get pretty aggressive with my carves without any issues and the board also felt at home in the park. The overall rocker shape gives a noticeable loose and playful feel that allows for easy catch free butters and natural feeling presses on jib features. The highlights on this board for me is how well it was able to hold an edge on icy hard packed snow, and how natural presses and jibs felt. If you have any questions about the GNU Space Case snowboard or any requests leave them in the comments below or reach out to us on social media, and make sure to visit http://www.boardarchive.com for the full review of the GNU Space Case! 

 

Full review of the GNU Space Case:

http://boardarchive.com/gnu-space-case-snowboard-review-2016/

 

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