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Carbon Credit

BTX Twin Freestyle Fun
BTX Freestyle Fun
BTX Freestyle Fun
Diversión freestyle con un diseño BTX

SIZES 143 147 150 153 156 159 162 153W 156W 159W 162W 165W

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$399.95 USD

$279.97 USD (30% off)

$419.95 CAD

$293.97 CAD (30% off)

€399.95 EUR incl. VAT

€279.97 EUR incl. VAT (30% off)

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With a high performance to price ratio the Carbon Credit is easy to ride and easy to progress on. Danny Kass originally started on this all terrain freestyle performance board. Built with premium components and amazingly priced, this board rips for all abilities on the hardpack and ice, kills the jibs and floats the powder unbelievably. The Carbon Credit is good to go, from beginner to pro.

Avec un super rapport performance-prix, la Carbon Credit est facile à rider et parfaite pour progresser. Danny Kass a d’ailleurs commencé sur cette board freestyle tout-terrain performante. Fabriquée avec des composants de première qualité à un prix incroyable, cette board tient ses promesses sur la neige dure et la glace, déchire en jib et flotte fabuleusement en poudreuse. La Carbon Credit est prête à rider, pour le débutant jusqu’au pro.

Mit seinem Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis ist das Carbon Credit nicht nur gut zum Geldbeutel, sondern auch gut zu fahren. Sogar Danny Kass hat auf diesem All-Terrain-Freestyle Board angefangen. Mit besten Komponenten und fairem Preis überzeugt dieses Brett alle Könnerstufen in allen Bedingungen, von Hardpack bis Eis, auf Jibs und in feinstem Powder.

Con una relación calidad/precio extraordinaria, la Carbon Credit es fácil de manejar y perfecta para progresar. Danny Kass en sus inicios empezó con esta tabla de freestyle polivalente apta para cualquier tipo de terreno. Fabricada con componentes de alta calidad y disponible a un precio asequible, esta tabla se adapta a todos los niveles y habilidades, desde nieve compacta y helada, hasta barandillas o bajadas por nieve polvo. La Carbon Credit está lista para cualquier aventura, desde principiantes hasta profesionales.

Art by Greg Gossel

Weird Science

  • BTX Image BTX Icon

    Easy / Jibby

    Rocker between your feet combined with flat to mild cambers out to the contact. Easy riding and turning, great jibbing and epic float in pow.

  • Magne-Traction® Icon

    Magne-Traction®

    Serrated edges on your board give great edge hold all over the mountain especially on hard pack and ice!

  • Twin Icon

    Twin

    Twin all terrain freestyle/freeride.

  • Construction Icon

    Construction

    Every Gnu snowboard is handbuilt in the USA by snowboarders with jobs. Keep riding snowboards built by snowboarders.

  • Core Blend: Lightest

    A strong Aspen spine with Golden Poplar on either side for a crisp pop and Polonia on the toe and heel edges for our smoothest riding core with reduced weight and vibration

  • Co-Extruded Base

    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.

  • Co-Extruded Topsheet

    A tough and eco-sublimated topsheet.

  • UHMW Sidewalls

    Ultra High Molecular Weight exterior sidewalls made from soy-based elastomer are laminated to five internal wood layers for totally bombproof sidewalls.

Made in Usa

Sizing Information

Contact 106

Side Cut 7.9

Nose Width 27.4

Waist Width 24

Tail Width 27.4

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
18.75"-23.5" / 0"

Flex 4

Weight Range 50-140 +

Contact 111

Side Cut 8

Nose Width 27.8

Waist Width 24.2

Tail Width 27.8

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
18.75"-23.5" / 0"

Flex 4

Weight Range 80-150 +

Contact 114

Side Cut 8.1

Nose Width 28.3

Waist Width 24.5

Tail Width 28.3

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24" / 0"

Flex 4.5

Weight Range 90-160 +

Contact 116

Side Cut 8.2

Nose Width 28.8

Waist Width 24.7

Tail Width 28.8

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 5

Weight Range 100-180 +

Contact 116

Side Cut 8.2

Nose Width 29.9

Waist Width 26.1

Tail Width 29.9

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 5

Weight Range 100-180 +

Contact 119

Side Cut 8.3

Nose Width 29.4

Waist Width 25.2

Tail Width 29.4

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 6

Weight Range 110-210 +

Contact 119

Side Cut 8.3

Nose Width 30.6

Waist Width 26.7

Tail Width 30.6

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 6

Weight Range 110-220 +

Contact 121

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 29.8

Waist Width 25.5

Tail Width 29.8

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 6.5

Weight Range 130-240 +

Contact 121

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 30.7

Waist Width 26.7

Tail Width 30.7

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 6

Weight Range 130-250 +

Contact 123

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 30

Waist Width 25.8

Tail Width 30

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 7

Weight Range 140-260 +

Contact 123

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 30.8

Waist Width 26.7

Tail Width 30.8

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 6.5

Weight Range 140-260 +

Contact 125

Side Cut 8.5

Nose Width 30.9

Waist Width 26.7

Tail Width 30.9

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20.25"-25" / 0"

Flex 7

Weight Range 150-270 +

  • Vanlaar Pieter-Jan

    I’m about 1m78 and 63 kg i bought myself a carbon credit from 2015 (green) with shoe size 44 i am a little worried because of the size from my shoe should i?

  • Sam

    I’m 5’4″ and thinking about getting the 147cm as a playful all-mtn freestyle board, looks like the Contact length is pretty long (111cm) for a 147cm board, what is the Effective Edge on this? should I go with a 143cm instead?

  • Alexander Terry

    Hi my name is Alex i am 5’11” , 200 pounds and have size 11 feet. I was looking at the 159 carbon credit as I have heard for size 11 boots that i should get a normal width board but my snowboard boots are 310mm (12.2 inches) long and i am wondering if the 159 wide might be better?

  • Brian Floyd

    Hey. I am 6’2″ and weigh btw 260 and 270. I have a size 12 foot. I am an improving boarder who wants a good all mountain board. I like a true twin since I can ride switch and do like to play some in the park. I also like a bit of powder but am mainly on the groomed slopes. I am looking at this board but wondering if I should get the 162W or 165W. Any suggestions?

  • Beau Gillies

    i’m 5’5 size 11 shoe would a 147 would this board fit my shoe/boot??

  • Robert

    Hi guys, my name is Robert and I’m looking at the carbon credit. I love shredding fast, but I also love tight glades runs. I was looking at a 149 or a 153, any thoughts?

  • Ivan

    Hello there! I’m 6’2 and 200lbs, can I ride 156 for all mountain and freestyle? My boots are 29,5.

  • DenyDi

    hi, I’m 5’7 and 161lbs, can I ride a 159 for park and all mountain?

  • Aleksandar Glushkov

    Hello I’m looking for GNU carbon credit. Now I’m around 77kg (170lbs) riding piste and powder but still training my jumps and 180s… 🙂 and such a stuff.
    I have boot size 10 also. Would you recommend 153 or 156 carbon credit for me.
    Thanks

  • Jordan

    I just bought a 162 w and I weight 180 and 6 foot do you think this board will be to hard to throw around

  • Jon

    I’m 5’3 and 160lbs. I’m looking at the GNU Carbon Credit and have been riding a 143 board. I am not sure if I should stick with a 143 board or go to 147. What do you recommend?

  • Nathan Arellano

    Would a size 10 boot be fine with a 153 with regular width?

  • GNU

    You should be okay!
    But to be sure, you may want to check the board out in person with your boots. Or compare the waist width with a board you’ve previously ridden without getting toe drag.

  • GNU

    147 will probably feel more fun!

  • GNU

    It’s a suitable size for you.
    You could ride the 159W or 156W too, though,

    And if your feet are smaller than size 12, you could also ride a standard width.

  • GNU

    153 will feel more playful and forgiving, but you might find it lacks power and stability.
    The 156 will definitely be the more versatile option,

  • GNU

    You may want to go smaller–153 or 153.
    Here is a link to our board finder–use this! And visit your local shop for more assistance!
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

  • GNU

    If your boots are 12+ (in USA sizing), go for a wide.
    You will also probably be more stoked on a 159 or 162–a bigger size will offer more power and stability.

  • GNU

    Hi Robert,
    Without knowing anything about your size, it is impossible to suggest a board!
    Please use our board finder using information about your size, riding style and ability level:
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

  • GNU

    The 147 will be too narrow for a size 11 boot.
    Please use our board finder and visit your local shop for assistance on sizing!
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

    You’ll likely need a bigger size and/or a wide to accommodate your boots, without getting toe drag.

  • GNU

    Either size will be great!
    The 162W will feel a bit more playful/maneuverable, but the 165W will feel more powerful/stable.

    Going to your local shop to compare the boards in person can be super helpful!

  • GNU

    Hi Alex,
    Size 11 boots are right on the cusp, you should be fine with a standard width.
    But to be sure, you should compare the waist width of a board you’ve ridden without toe drag in the past and compare it with our Carbon Credit.

  • GNU

    We classify effective edge and contact length the same.
    The contact points matches up with the end of the sidecut.

  • GNU

    Without knowing the size of the board, it’s impossible to say.
    But here is a link to our board finder:
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

    You could also compare the waist width of a board you have ridden comfortably with the waist width of whatever size Carbon Credit you have.

  • GNU

    You should be okay if your boots aren’t too big!
    Here is a link to our board finder:
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

  • Mike

    i wear a size 11.5 (thirtytwo boot) 5’11 165lbs. I picked up the 156W.. i was thinking it maybe toooo wide? Should i have gone with just 156 or 159 regular?

  • alex

    Hello, I’m 5’8, 140 lbs. I like to slalom, ride switch, do little tricks like 180, jump, tail and nose press, etc. I definitely don’t like to go fast. I am considering buying the carbon-credit and I am wondering the difference, and why I should go for the 150 or the 153. Thanks a bunch.

  • joe Carlisle

    Love mine! Just spent 3 days on Hood with it. Great in all conditions. Thanks!

  • Mike

    did u get the Wide? whaat size boot do u wear?

  • Scott G Hawkinson

    I ride a 159 Skate Banana, love the $#!t out of it. The Carbon Credit Series is the best value of any board on the market, with the most technology included for the best valued performance. I highly recommend this board to any rider considering a new snowboard. Flexible and playful with my butters and tail presses. Excellent edge grip in all conditions, from ice to slush, and great float in pow. If you put me in a room with nothing to sell but the Carbon Credit Series, I would sell the $#!t out of this snowboard all day long. The size variety is amazing, and the flex is very appropriate to the size and weigh of the riders as the lengths increase into the larger sizes. “The Carbon Credit Series is the best value of any board on the market.” You can quote me on that.

    Big Scotty Pimpin

  • Smallp Tsai

    How about size 8.5 boots (US men 8.5) on 147 carbon credit, will they fit to each other ?

  • GNU

    Thanks so much for the kind words–we appreciate the kind words and support!

  • Alex mayer

    I’m 5’11 and 165lbs with size 11us boots. Im new to boarding and have heard great things about GNU. I’m thinking the 153. I’d be riding park most of the time. Would this work well for me?

  • GNU

    Don’t go smaller than 153W, but the 156W will be a lot more versatile for you.
    The 153W will handle the park well, but may not be enough board for riding in other terrain.

  • GNU

    Wahoo! Thanks so much for the kind words and support–we appreciate it!

  • GNU

    150 will be easier to spin and do tricks with, but won’t feel as solid, powerful or stable.
    The 153 won’t be difficult to do tricks with and it will be more versatile to take ANYWHERE.

    You’ll be fine with either one, honestly!
    But go with the 150 for a more parky/jibby/freestyle board.
    And 153 for something to ride absolutely anywhere.

  • GNU

    11.5 boots should be used with a wide board–you did the right thang!

  • Iñaki

    Im 182 cms and 86kg , is 159w good for me? Thanks

  • Cc

    I might be gay do I ride the 6 inch or the 9 inch to start off with?
    Thanks!

  • Alex

    Hello, I like to slalom, ride switch, do little tricks like 180, jump, tail and nose press, etc., a bit of woods, and I like a flexible board. I definitely don’t like fast or steep, and I don’t go in snow parks. My question is, should I buy the GNU carbon credit or the GNU Hi 5, and why? Thanks