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Klassy

XC2 DIRECTIONAL FREERIDE PLAYFUL PERFECTION
C2 BTX Twin Freestyle / Freeride
C2 BTX Twin Freestyle/Freeride
PERFECCIÓN XC2 DIRECCIONAL PARA UN FREERIDE DIVERTIDO

SIZES 142 145 148 151

Bases come in random colorways

  • 2017 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood – All Mountain
  • 2017 Whitelines – Snowboard 100

$469.95 USD

$519.95 CAD

€459.99 EUR incl. VAT

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Kaitlyn Farrington is always up for an adventure and down for a good time. After climbing the world’s most prestigious podiums, Kaitlyn began climbing mountains and challenging herself at new heights. Her model, the Klassy, carves like a dream and charges through any terrain, but is still playful and snappy for freestyle fun. You don’t have to leave the ground to fly though, the new Klassy is designed to make every mountain an unreal playground.

  • NEW SHAPE/CONTOUR
  • DIRECTIONAL SHAPE, FOR A NEW KLASSY FREERIDE APPROACH TO THE MOUNTAIN
  • DESIGNED BY SUN VALLEY’S GOLD MEDALIST TURNED FREERIDER KAITLYN FARRINGTON

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La Klassy selon Kaitlyn Farrington est une board freestyle all mountain qui transpire la grâce, le style et l’énergie, tout comme notre médaillée olympique. Le genre de classe qu’a Kaitlyn est un peu exubérante et freestyle, comme sa board. Une board tout terrain axée freestyle, la Klassy est parfaite pour les débutantes et les premières médailles d’or.

  • NEW SHAPE/CONTOUR
  • DIRECTIONAL SHAPE, FOR A NEW KLASSY FREERIDE APPROACH TO THE MOUNTAIN
  • DESIGNED BY SUN VALLEY’S GOLD MEDALIST TURNED FREERIDER KAITLYN FARRINGTON

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Das Klassy von Kaitlyn Farrington ist ein All-Mountain Freestyle Accessoire, das genau wie die Goldmedaillengewinnerin selbst nur so vor Anmut, Style und Energie strotzt. Und genau wie ihr Brett vereint auch Kaitlyn Klasse und Stil mit Freestyle. Damit ist dieses auf Freestyle ausgelegte All-Terrain Board für alle Könnerstufen geeignet.

  • NEW SHAPE/CONTOUR
  • DIRECTIONAL SHAPE, FOR A NEW KLASSY FREERIDE APPROACH TO THE MOUNTAIN
  • DESIGNED BY SUN VALLEY’S GOLD MEDALIST TURNED FREERIDER KAITLYN FARRINGTON

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Kaitlyn Farrington siempre está dispuesta a nuevas aventuras y buenos ratos. Después de llegar a lo más alto de los podios más prestigiosos del mundo, Kaitlyn empezó a subir montañas y a desafiarse a sí misma con nuevos retos. Su modelo Klassy, carvea como en un sueño y rinde sobre cualquier tipo de terreno, aunque se mantiene divertida y con respuesta para pasarlo bien haciendo freestyle. La nueva Klassy está diseñada para que cada montaña se convierta en un increíble parque de atracciones.

  • NUEVA FORMA/CONTORNO
  • DISEÑO DIRECCIONAL PARA UN NUEVO ENFOQUE FREERIDE EN LA MONTAÑA
  • DISEÑADA POR LA MEDALLISTA DE SUN VALLEY KAITLYN FARRINGTON CONVERTIDA EN FREERIDER

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Art by Hannah Stouffer

Klassy Info Graphic

Weird Science

  •  Image

    Tight radius rocker between your feet combined with radial cambers out to the contact. More tip and tail control than C2 but maintains its freestyle freedom. For more aggressive riders.

  • UNREAL CONTROL

    BANANA TECHNOLOGY

    The original all terrain rocker/camber hybrid PATENT #7823892 #8511704

  • UNREAL EDGE HOLD

    MAGNE-TRACTION®

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

    Unreal Construction

  • CORE: Aspen/Columbian Gold
  • BASE: Co-Extruded
  • SIDEWALLS/TIP TAIL: UHMW
  • TOP: Co-Extruded
  • COMPOSITE: Tri-ax/Bi-ax
Made in Usa

Sizing Information

Contact 107

Side Cut 7.6

Nose Width 27.2

Waist Width 23.4

Tail Width 27

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
18.75"-23.5" / 1.5"

Flex 4.5

Weight Range 65-130 +

Contact 110

Side Cut 7.7

Nose Width 27.6

Waist Width 23.9

Tail Width 27.4

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24"/ 1.5"

Flex 4.5

Weight Range 70-140 +

Contact 113

Side Cut 7.8

Nose Width 28

Waist Width 24.2

Tail Width 27.8

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24"/ 1.5"

Flex 4.5

Weight Range 75-160 +

Contact 115

Side Cut 7.9

Nose Width 28.5

Waist Width 24.3

Tail Width 28.3

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24"/ 1.5"

Flex 4.5

Weight Range 80-170 +

  • Aileene Fontes

    I’m learning to snowboard, I am 5’6 160 pounds would this board in 151 be a good fit for me or should I look at a different board?

  • Gnu

    This board will feel a little bit aggressive and perhaps difficult to control because of the camber underfoot, so something like the B-Nice or the Velvet Gnuru will probably be a bit easier to learn on–but if this board is calling your name, you can definitely learn on it! It might just take a bit more patience than some of our more forgiving boards.

    And I think you’ll be stoked on anything in the 149-153 range for size.

  • Hannah

    Hi I’m looking at getting a gnu klassy or gnu velvet gnuru . I’m an intermediate rider and want a board for park and groomers and a bit of pow, preferably quite a flexy board ? I’m 54 kg 165 cm size 7 boot which board would best suit me and would I be about a 147/148? Thankyou ! Hannah 🙂

  • GNU

    Hi Hannah!
    Thanks for hollering at us with board questions–I think the Velvet Gnuru or the Klassy will both be great options for you. The Klassy is going to feel a bit more powerful and aggressive because of the increased camber underfoot. The Velvet Gnuru will feel more forgiving and playful, due to the more subtle camber underfoot you may also find that it will float through powder with a little less effort. Both boards have a similar flex, so go with the Gnuru if you want something more playful and go with the Klassy if you’re looking for something with some extra power.

  • Rebecca

    Any chance this board or any other will be made in other sizes for us tall ladies? I currently ride a 154.5 men’s forum board. I love the style of many of the woman’s boards but they tend to stop at 151 which is an issue being 5’8″

  • GNU

    Hi Rebecca,
    Here are max sizes for some of our other true-twin boards that I think you’ll like!:
    Ladies Choice 153.5
    Velvet Gnuru 153
    B-Pro 155

    But you might not want to dismiss boards in the 151-152 range–if you’re riding mainly powder these may be a bit small. But if you’re looking for a versatile board to ride anywhere on the hill, you might be really pleasantly surprised with something slightly smaller!

  • Kraisee Luecha

    Would it be possible for 175cm 63kg man to use this board size 151 ? I’m a beginner.

  • GNU

    Generally men’s boards work better for men.
    Ladies boards are usually built to be narrower and have a more mellow flex pattern. If you’re a beginner I’d also recommend something with our BTX or EC2 base contour.
    Check out the Carbon Credit 153, Metal Gnuru 152 or Head Space 152.

  • Carmen María

    Hi, where can I buy the board?

  • GNU

    Hi Carmen,
    All of the sizes are available in the US, so I’m guessing you’re writing from Canada?
    If that’s the case, the Boardroom has it for sale online:
    http://boardroomshop.com///Gnu-Klassy-C2-BTX-Snowboard-Womens-148/GNU61W009148/

    But you may also be able to track it down at your local dealer! And if you’re writing from the US, you can order it directly from Gnu.com, or find it at your local shop or with one of our many online retailers.

  • Carmen María

    Thanks for your quick reply. Unfortunately I’m from Spain. I’ve seen the board in Andorra but in Spain I can’t find it anywhere. Do you know if there is any possibility to get it from here?

  • GNU

    My apologies for the confusion! Most our online consumers are in North America.
    We have a separate distributor managing our sales in Spain and I think you may want to reach out to them. They will have a much better idea about inventory and retailers in your region.
    Here is a link where their contact information can be found:
    http://www.mervin.com/contact/distributors/

  • Carmen María

    Great, sounds good. Thank you for your help! 😉

  • Carmen María

    Hi again,

    As I explained before, I am interested in having this board. Anyway, I would like to ask which one do you recommend me. I am intermediae-advanced and I like going down quite fast on the slopes and a bit of freeride. Thanks for your help!

  • GNU

    Hi Carmen,
    The Klassy is a great option, but you should also check out the Ladies Choice or B-Pro.
    They all have some camber, which will add power and stability at high speed.
    Here’s a link to our brand new Snowboard Finder, too!
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

  • Carmen María

    Great, thank you! Just one more thing… Is it better a smaller or bigger board? I am confused and don’t know if I should buy 145 or 148. What would be the difference?

  • GNU

    If you’re not spending time in the park and you just want a board that will excel in groomers and natural terrain, go for the 148–it will offer more stability, control and power.

    The 145 will be a bit more playful and easier to maneuver, but because the surface contact and edges are shorter, it won’t feel as solid as the 148 would.

  • Bob

    Hi GNU has this board an extrudedbase or sintered?

  • GNU

    Hi Bob,
    This board features our knifecut, sintered base.
    There are three random colorways available because we cut out letters from the material and then swap them out with another color to recycle as much as we can.

    Eco-Friendly and fast….it’s unreal!

  • Harry

    Hi Unreal Gnu!
    I am looking to buy a Klassy for my girlfriend. She is a groomers rider and also does a bit of pow. I was thinking of getting her something more playful and soft than her current setup. She is 119lbs (54kg) and she is currently using a 144 board.
    Would the Klassy be a good option for a more playful groomers and pow run? Is the C2 BTX good for powder?
    If yes for which size should I go for 145 or 148?
    Thanks a lot for your help!

  • GNU

    If she likes her 144, go with the 145!
    But if she is looking for something a bit more pow-friendly, the 148 will deliver!

    C2 is great for riding ANYWHERE–the Banana between the feet will offer float, but the camber underfoot will add pop, power and precision.

  • Sammi

    Hi GNU
    I am looking on getting a new board and was looking at the klassy. This is my second season and would consider myself an intermediate rider. I ride mostly the groomers and some pow. I am looking for a board that would preform now and later when o become more skilled. What are your suggestions? I ride regular and weigh about 150 pounds. Thank you!

  • Colette Hall

    Hi GNU

    I Love my B-Pro C2BTX 2009 152cm, we’ve had a great relationship for 7 years. But now I feel is the time to upgrade for something more fresh powder orientated as I find it hard work keeping her nose up and floating. I’ve been eyeing up the Klassy 151cm as it’s directional and thought would be better for fresh powder, but also like the reading of the Velvet Gnuru mainly coz it’s slightly longer at 153cm. I’m 170cm tall and weigh around 145lbs. I’m more a freerider than freestyle so don’t need something for the park, but just freeriding the mountain. I’ve been riding for nearly 15 years and starting to be more adventurous in fresh powder and backcountry. What board would you suggest?
    Colette

  • Jo

    Hi GNU

    I’m currently using GNU Eco Choice 145.5cm. Great board. I’m looking to buy another board for all mountain/powder for Japan. I tried my friend’s Libtech TRS 151cm and notice how much faster and stable it is. So now I’m looking at Klassy which is also an XC2. I’m 115lbs and 5’4″. Should I get Klassy in 148cm or 151cm. I didn’t seem to have problem with my friends TRS 151cm but have only tried this in indoor snow resort. I wanted to use Klassy specifically for freeride/powder since i have my Eco Choice for other riding. What size do you advice?

  • Taylor

    Hi! I just started riding again and I’m in love with this board and I love Kaitlyn! I’m more of a beginner so would this board be difficult for me? Also I’m 5’9 and 125 pounds so would a 148 or 151 be better?

  • LovSnow

    Question so I’ve been riding for over 20 yrs I love the pipe and riding at high speeds.. Last year my fastest speed was 61 mph.. I weigh 110 I need a board that can hold me down but also play too…I live in Big bear so I ride a lot of groomed hills. But at the same time I travel all over! I just love the graphics that’s has me sold almost I’m just worried that it’s not a true twin.. What are your thoughts?

  • Julianna

    Hi GNU,
    Just got the Klassy size 151. I am 118 pounds, 5’6″ tall. I like to ride groomers but also like to ride in the woods with powder. The board comes up to the bottom of my nose when standing next to it. Should I stay with 151 or downsize to 148. Any suggestions would help. Thanks !!

  • Laurena

    Hi Gnu,
    I’m not a pro in snowboard sizing, so I was wondering whether the 151 cm Klassy is big enough for me. I’m 175 cm tall, weigh about 65 kg and I am an intermediate snowboarder.

    Thanks a lot

  • Hello Laurena,

    The 145 would be the best size for you.
    -Mervin

  • Laurena

    Wow, wasn’t expecting that, online calculators depict that I need a 153 cm…
    Anyway, thank you very much for your response!