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Metal Gnuru

EC2 BTX All Terrain Freestyle Fun
EC2 BTX Freestyle Fun Tout Terrain
EC2 BTX All-Terrain Freestyle Fun
Diseño EC2 BTX para una diversión freestyle todoterreno

SIZES 152 155 158 162 155MW 158MW

  • 2015 TransWorld Snowboarding – Good Wood

$449.95 USD

$469.95 CAD

€449.95 EUR incl. VAT

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Fun focused, performance freestyle/freeride quiver killer. Have it all. Stage dive into the pow, crowd surf through the groomers and VIP the park. Wisdom with an edge, this Metal Gnuru is bigger than the Beatles who were bigger than JT. The Metal Gnuru is a quiver killing twin ax built for everyone from beginner to pro to rip the entire resort.

Joueuse, une tueuse freestyle/freeride performante. Elle a tout. Plonge dans la poudreuse, lance toi sur les pistes et déchire le park. La sagesse stylée, La Metal Gnuru est plus forte que les Beatles. Cette board est une polyvalente twin conçue pour tous ceux, du débutant au pro, qui veulent dominer toute la station.

Ganz auf Spaß ausgelegt, ersetzt diese Performance Freestyle/Freeride Maschine jeden Quiver. Ein Board für alles. Schmeiß dich von der Park-Bühne in die Menge, lass dich durch nippeltiefen Powder tragen und häng auf der Piste den Rockstar raus. Mit echten Ecken und Kanten ist das Metal Gnuru größer als die Beatles, die noch größer als JT waren. Das Metal Gnuru ist die Geheimwaffe schlechthin, für das ganze Resort und Anfänger sowie Profis gleichermaßen.

Tu arma infalible para un rendimiento freestyle/freeride centrado en la diversión. Lo tiene todo. Baja por nieve polvo, sigue tu camino por pistas recién pasadas y haz tu entrada triunfal por el park. Grande en todos los aspectos, la Metal Gnuru es pura sabiduría sobre cantos. La Metal Gnuru es una arma twin infalible diseñada para ridear toda la montaña y apta para cualquier nivel, desde principiantes hasta profesionales.

Art by Adam Friedman

Weird Science

  • EC2 BTX Image EC2 BTX Icon

    Easy / Perfect

    Rocker between your feet combined with mellower elliptical cambers out to the contact. The perfect middle ground between BTX and C2 BTX. Kills everything!

  • Mini Magne-Traction® Icon

    Mini Magne-Traction®

    A mellower serrated edge gives great edge hold with a bit more play in your turns

  • 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: Light

    A strong Aspen spine with Golden Poplar on either side for a strong and light core with a crsip pop.

  • UHMW Sidewalls

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

  • Co-Extruded Topsheet

    A tough and eco-sublimated topsheet.

  • 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.

Made in Usa

Sizing Information

Contact 113

Side Cut 8.2

Nose Width 29.2

Waist Width 25.1

Tail Width 29.2

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25" / 0"

Flex 5

Weight Range 130-210 +

Contact 116

Side Cut 8.3

Nose Width 29.5

Waist Width 25.3

Tail Width 29.5

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25" / 0"

Flex 5.5

Weight Range 135-220 +

Contact 119

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 29.8

Waist Width 25.5

Tail Width 29.8

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25" / 0"

Flex 5.5

Weight Range 140-230 +

Contact 122

Side Cut 8.5

Nose Width 30

Waist Width 25.8

Tail Width 30

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25" / 0"

Flex 6

Weight Range 145-240 +

Contact 116

Side Cut 8.3

Nose Width 30.2

Waist Width 26

Tail Width 30.2

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25"/ 0"

Flex 5.5

Weight Range 135-220 +

Contact 119

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 30.3

Waist Width 26

Tail Width 30.3

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25"/ 0"

Flex 5.5

Weight Range 140-230 +

  • Matt

    Leaning towards a purchase of the metal gnuru board. I ride some park, some all mountain and not much powder. I’m 5’10” and 175. Wear a size 11 boot. Should I go 155 or 158 in this board?

  • Brandon

    I ride a 2013 metal guru 152 im 5’8″ 185. Very easy to control. Love it. Amazing in the park. I imagine 155 would do just fine for you.

  • Vitaly

    Hi GNU! would you be so kind to advise what to choose as all mountain but also with a good maneuverability for freestyle, thinking about MetalGnuru_vs_CarbonCredit. I`m 5`7″, and 139.
    Gnuru minimum size is 152, CarbonCredit 150 seems as the best fitted to me. But I really like EC2 BTC more than simple BTX in CarbonCredit. Furthermore contact of MetallGnuru(152) is 113 what is less than for CarbonCredit(150) with 114. Thank you in advance!

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    I think for all mountain riding, C2 base contours tend to be a lot more versatile than BTX, so I would recommend the Metal Gnuru.
    I don’t think you will have any issues with riding a 152, but if you are concerned about size you could always check out Spacecase 150, it has the same base contour as the Gnuru, but it is a higher performance board built with higher quality materials and more advanced technologies. Same goes for the Lib Tech T-Rice in 150, though this board will feel more aggressive than the Metal Gnuru or Spacecase.

  • Rrrrrrrrrryan

    Hey Weirdos. I’m currently riding a Lib Skunk Ape 160. I love the profile of the Skunk but it’s a bit stiff and I’m looking for something a wee bit more playful. I plan on keeping the Skunk for hard charging and pow days but it’d be nice to have something for those lazy buttery runs. I’m 6’4″ 220 w/ a size 14 boot. I was hoping the Metal Gnuru would be offered in wide, but alas it is not to be. Care to recommend an alternative?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    The Lib Attack Banana will have a similar shape and feel to the Gnuru, and it’s available in wide…so I’d definitely recommend checking that out! But I think you might also be pumped on the Riders Choice and possibly even the Skate Banana or Smart Pickle. Though the BTX boards might be slightly more playful than what you’re looking for.

  • debo

    Hey there gnu so i need a lil help been lookin at the metal in 158 or 162 . Im 5′”8 and weigh about 240 and have a size 10 boot . What would recommend. Thanks

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    I think if you like the feel of a smaller board the 158 will probably be ideal, it will feel more stable than the 153 you’ve been riding but still a lot smaller and more maneuverable than the 162.

  • Rob Killick

    Hi im looking at this for an all mountain board intermediate rider at 220lb in my gear. would 162 be too long?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    No definitely not, I would recommend something in the 159-162 range for you.

  • Ken

    Hey Gnu, can you recommend a size for me? I’m an intermediate with a height of 5’9.5” and weigh 165lbs with a U.S. size 10 foot. It would be mostly free riding but I want to have decent maneuverability for adding in a little freestyle. Also, any thoughts and size recommendation for a Carbon Credit or Riders Choice? I’m debating between the 3. Thanks!

  • Ken

    Sorry, meant to say mostly all mountain…typed free riding by mistake

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    I’d focus your search mainly on the Riders Choice and Metal Gnuru, the Carbon Credit might feel too forgiving for you and I think you’ll appreciate the added stability and response of having some camber underfoot. The Riders Choice will feel most aggressive, and the Gnuru is pretty much a happy medium between the Carbon Credit and Riders Choice.

    I think something in the 155-158 range will be prime!

  • Ken

    Awesome thanks guys

  • Evan

    Will the 155 metal gnuru work with size 12 boots

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    I would definitely advise against the 155 Metal Gnuru with size 12 boots.
    The waist width on most of our wide boards is 26.8cm, and the waist on the 155 Metal Gnuru is just 25.3

    Check out the Lib Tech Attack Banana…it’s available in wides!

  • john

    I’m thinking about buying this board. But i’m 6’1 172lbs and bootsize 11.5 (flow rift quickfit) do I fit a 158 or 162 board? Or are they too slim for my feet?

    And how does this board do in the powder because I hear opposing reviews on that account.

    Thanks in advance.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi John,
    I would recommend the 162 for someone your size–11.5 boots are right on the cusp of needing a wide board, but I think as long as your feet are slightly angled you should be just fine on this! However, to be certain, I recommend checking this board out in person with your boots and bindings and comparing its waist width to your current board.

    As for powder riding, this board will be awesome. It’s not a tapered directional board, though. If you’re looking for something to ride exclusively in the backcountry or off the groomers, this may not be the board for you. But the EC2 base contours (Banana between the binding inserts, with a mellow elliptical camber underfoot) will allow for effortless float in deep snow. Its definitely the most versatile base contour we make, and this board will be super easy to ride in ANY terrain.

  • john

    My feet are angled +27 and -15. So i think i’ll be fine.

    I ride all mountain shredding the piste and plow through the powder. I like it all my current board is an cypress scream 163w. A normal chamber board, realy flexy. Too flex for my taste

  • Dennis

    Hi!

    Wich Board is better for beginers, the Metal gnuru or the Carbon credit? I want to Ride Piste and doing some Fun stuff… And wich size with a US 10 Boot and 179cm?
    Thank you!

  • Dennis

    Sorry, and 70kg! :)

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi Dennis!
    I think you will be really satisfied with either board! I would recommend the 156 Metal Gnuru or the 156/159 Carbon Credit.

    Smaller boards will be easy to maneuver and more playful, but as you build skill, you may feel like it’s not as stable and sturdy as you’d like. The Carbon Credit will feel looser and more forgiving, while the Metal Gnuru will feel a more aggressive and powerful.

    Each board is really ideal for learning and progressing into intermediate and advanced levels, so just go with whichever one you prefer!

  • Mikel

    Hello! I’m 5’10” 150 lbs and boot size 11. Want metal gnuru 155. Is it good fit with my bootsize? Thank you.

  • Mikel

    Is it good for beginners and some freestyle learning?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi Mikel,
    Yes, the Metal Gnuru is going to be forgiving enough to learn and progress on, but still able to handle more aggressive and advanced riding–it’s one of the most fun and versatile boards in our line!

    I think you might be more stoked with the 158 as opposed to the 155, but either one will be good!

  • Mikel

    My mistake. Bootsize 10.5. Is it ok?

  • Nathan Haag

    Hey, I think ideally I would be 156 metal gnuru (5’8, 160 lbs), but I’ve been offered a 152 from a friend. Think it would be ok? I’m mostly into just riding, with a little park maybe in the future.

  • Nathan Haag

    Now I’m leaning toward the Kass torpedo… Any advice?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    I would definitely recommend something bigger than a 152 for you!
    The Kass Torpedo is definitely a good, solid option! It will feel more powerful and aggressive than the Metal Gnuru because of the extended camber underfoot. So if you’re looking for something a bit a bit more forgiving and loose feeling, the Metal Gnuru will be more suitable for you.

  • Vladimir

    Hello! Please help me to choose size of the Metal Gnuru.

    height 178 cm

    weight 90kg.

    foot size EU 42

    I’m beginner. I need a forgiving board for all-mauntain ride.

    Thank you!

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi Vladimir,
    I think that you will be most satisfied with the 158 Metal Gnuru.

  • jason

    Okay so here it goes sorry this is a long one but I have some very specific questions…..

    My Stats:
    5’8″
    155 lbs
    9.5 boot
    stance +15-12
    20 years riding

    I love hitting boxes and rails, butters all over the mountain. But i NEVER spend a whole day in the park and never jumps in the park(landings are too hard on my knees) I like finding natural jumps even on a sticky spring day ill spend half the day in the park hitting boxes then go look for some “peanut butter pow” and I LOVE to bomb high speed runs…… but i ride unless its thick ice or rain.

    Current boards:
    Capita Totally F’KN Awesome 155 (pow board only 12-15″+ of fresh otherwise its in the closet)
    Edge: 116.9
    Waist: 25.5
    Nose/tail: 29.9
    Sidecut: 7.70

    Capita Scott Stevens 151 (everything else board…)
    Edge: 116.6
    Waist: 25.2
    Nose/tail: 29.5
    Sidecut: 7.70

    OKAY so my question is this…… I love how playful the Scott Stevens board is (flat base/rocker nose&tail) i never really noticed much of a problem at high speeds with this board like most people claim with flat bases. my only complaint with the board is it lacked “pop” unless you really flexed it. i also get no toe or heel drag on either board and i LOVE that about them. I’ve been really wanting to try a 150 smart pickle but Im nervous about how much narrower it is compared to my 151 but i also have a love affair with this metal gnuru 152 considering how much alike it is to my 151 and it has the ec2 camber which im sure brings back some of that pop that my 151 lacks. i also noticed the weight rating is much higher on the gnuru compared to the smart pickle even thought they have the same flex rating, im wondering why that is? is it because of the btx vs ec2? and im also looking for a thicker more durable board (second complaint about the Scott Stevens) Im also nervous about the “ec2” profile being more “catchy” on the nose and tail. I like to butter/nose press 360 on flat ground and nose press boxes a lot! Im looking for a board that can replace my 151, has more pop, is more durable and is just as “catch free” as my 151 and has no heel/toe drag. Im looking for a board that does jibbing/butters and all mountain well. park jumps are not as important. i like the idea that the Gnuru has more pop, .5 magna traction and a symmetrical cut VS the smart pickle and its full magna traction and asymmetrical cut, but i also really like the idea of the smart pickle and the regular btx “floaty” “pressy” feel that i can imagine it has….. but i’ve never used a Gnu or Lib, so i dunno. I know this is a super specific question but again its just that i have no experience with Gnu or Lib

    LOL! i hope that makes sense and you have an idea of what im really trying to ask. i love the idea of a shorter 150 but if the gnuru is that much better for me then i can go for the 152 but its gotta be what im really looking for because at 5’8″ EVERY cm in board length is noticeable to me in a big way. im looking for the one board that does “me” perfect…. i have yet to find that board and im getting tired of trying new boards all the time i want to find my “go to” board that i will buy every year for years to come until something VERY special comes along…. speed jibs spring slush butters and slashes everywhere, that’s me in a nutshell… Again i hope i was able to give you an idea of what it is Im really asking but Thanks for your help.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi Jason!
    I love all the detail–it makes it a lot easier, and quite frankly more fun to help suggest boards when people have a good idea of what they’re looking for.
    So here it goes:
    I’m not sure what size your boots are or if your close to getting toe drag on your Scott Stevens, but if you’re really into the 150 Pickle, I think you could ride it! The waist on this one is just .3cm narrower than your Scott Stevens. But if you’re looking for a board with maxiumum pop, while still being forgiving and catch free you may be more stoked on the EC2 base contour–I think it’s our easiest board to ride anywhere and it’s got more power than BTX or PBTX, while still being super playful, forgiving and jib-friendly. The 152 Gnuru could for sure be a solid option, but I think my number one recommendation for you based on your description above would have to be the Space Case 150.

    With the Space Case, you’ll get the asymmetry of the Pickle along with the EC2 and mellow Magne-Traction and sidecut of the Gnuru (which will feel less grabby than full Magne-Traction). It also has some upgrades, like a tough/fast sintered base that will allow for more speed in the slush and more durability on the jibs. We also have some cross sections of wood called Space Bars between the inserts for added strength and pop for jibbing as well as Liquid Crystal Polymer (a fancy, plastic-like material) for even more durability and weight reduction.

  • Hristo

    Hi guys! Can you help me to choose which board will be best for me, I mean size, shape? I’m 180 cm tall, 70 kg., boot size 42 EU. I ride for 3 years now and I learned riding on 153 Liquid twin shape, classic camber snowboard (I think it is very old, but it did a good job). Now I want to buy a new one, I want board which will allow me to ride everywhere, all mountain, on the paste as well as in powder. I don’t do park. I am looking at 156 or 158 Metal Gnuru or Carbon Credit series same size. And one last thing I want to be able to make fast short turns on the paste on higher speed as well as on smaller space like ski path.
    Thanks you!

  • Hristo

    Hi!

  • Anton

    Hello Gnu, can you recommend a size for me? I’m an intermediate with a height of 181 cm and weigh 76 kg with a EU size 43 foot. It would be mostly free riding but I want to have decent maneuverability for adding in a little freestyle. Also, which board more suitable for me metal gnuru or space case? Thanks!

  • iMike

    Hi, Gnu.
    I need your advice. Tell me, what size should I choose Gnuru 152 or 155?
    172 cm
    73 kg.
    EU 42
    I ride all-mauntain
    40% powder
    60% of the park

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Powder 40% of the time!? That sounds amazing!
    If that’s really the case, and you’re spending a lot of time riding deep snow, go for the 155–it will still be small enough to maneuver in the park, but it will be easier to float through powder.
    But if you’re spending time on groomers and in the park and occasionally riding powder, go for the 152–it will feel more playful.

  • iMike

    Thanks

  • Zloetelo

    hi gnu ^

    height 188 weight 95 kg foot 11.5 us
    level medium,
    80% park, 20% Freeride
    , choose between libteh attack banana 161WIDE and metal gnuru 162

    questions:

    Why such a difference in price gnu 449 vs 579 libteh? (at first look,
    they differ only in stiffness? can be the difference in weight? or as
    with material and manufacturing quality?)

  • Zloetelo

    ec2 btx god damn f*cking amazing!!! (run-today in the park and on jumps) (buy libtech attack banana at a discount for $ 400)

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Thanks for supporting Mervin!
    The Attack Banana has higher end materials–the basalt fibers will make it feel more lively and snappy and also lighter. It’s also got a more advanced core story, and will feel more stiff.

  • Yoan Roseberry Tremblay

    Salut im 5foot11 my boot size are 10.5-11 and im 165lb what size do you suggest me thx !!

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    158!

  • stephen

    hi guys. what do you think size board best fits me. i’m about 5’9 155lbs size 9 shoes. i love riding all over the mountain and want to start riding and doing simple tricks in the park. my old board is a burton blunt 158cm and im looking at the metal gnuru. debating between a 152 or 155cm. I’ve test ridden my friends 2014 gnu board which is 153 and loved riding it for a day. I’ve purchased the 152cm but thinking of returning it and getting the 155cm. What do you guys think?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    I think the 155 will be more versatile than the 152, and it’s still a nice downsize from your current board.
    152 is a pretttty small board for someone your size.

  • John Herrmann

    Hi Gnu,
    I am looking for a board for a wedding present for my wife. We are in our thirties and both shred. I ride a lib tech skunk ape. We were at killington the other day and it was icy. She asked how I could be so stable on the ice. I said it’s the tech. Anyway I am trying to decide what board to get her. She is advanced intermediate. 5’9 and about 180 and wears a women’s 9-10. She rides an old atomic hatchet. Is the Gnuru a good choice? She freerides but likes a little flex. Looking for a good board for the ice coast that will help her stick to the slippery black diamonds.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi Herm,
    I always suggest women ride women’s boards, they will have a better flex pattern and waist width.
    I’d recommend something in the 152-155 range, and with camber underfoot!
    Check out the following:
    1. B-Classy
    2. Velvet Gnuru
    3. Ladies Chouce

    All of these will be somewhat similar to your Skunk Ape, but more on the playful side of the spectrum…plus, they’re built specifically for women!

  • Herm

    Thanks!!!

  • Bill

    I’m stumped between the capita ultrafear 2015 and the gnu metal gnuru. Ik I’m on gnu.com so you’ll probably recommend the gnu board but I’m an upper teen who only does the terrain park, I’m about an intermediate lvl which one should I get

  • Bill

    Or is there a better gnu snowboard choice?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    For a fun, poppy, playful and forgiving park board I think you will be super pleased with our EC2 base contour!
    So the Metal Gnuru is reallllly solid option, but you may also want to check out the Space Case.

  • nick

    Hello, I want to get this board but i don’t know what size to get, I am 1,65 m (5,41 foot ), I’m using size 7us size boots and I weight 66 kg. help me, please, i don’t know what size to get

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    Hi Nick,
    I think you have asked this question on most of our boards–you’ll want to go with about the same size for all of them.
    A 152 would be the best option for the Metal Gnuru.

  • nikolas

    )))

  • Nick

    Hi! I need your advice. I don’t know what size should I choose Gnuru.
    My height – 176 cm
    My weight – 66 kg.
    Foot size EU 42.5
    Thank u!

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    155 or 158.
    The 155 will feel more playful and nimble, the 158 will feel more stable and powerful.

  • Nick

    Good) I want all-mountain size)) And one more question – 155 waist width will be normal for my foot size?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    Yes.

  • Tanner Wilson

    i am 5’10” and weigh around 140-150 and have a shoe size of 9.5-10. i am leaning towards the 155. what size would you suggest?

  • Tanner Wilson

    sorry my boot size is 10-10.5

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    Hi Tanner,
    I just spoke with you on the phone, but the 155 sounds like it will be PRIME for you for riding all over the mountain.
    Size 10-10.5 boots will work just fine with a standard width board.

  • George Sampley

    Hi, if I’m 185lbs and 6’0″, what size would you recommend? I kind of prefer a smaller board for more maneuverability, but I would like a professional opinion.

  • http://www.gnu.com/ GNU

    I don’t think you’d have any issues on the 155, but I wouldn’t recommend going any smaller than that!

  • Kelson

    Hey GNU, I am a 165lb, 6’2″ intermediate rider with size 11 boots. Previously rode a 164W board. It was nice for powder and stable at high speeds. But I’m looking to downsize for better maneuverability and less weight for ollies. I want to move more into the park scene but still be able to surf the powder when I feel like it. What board and sizing would you recommend?

  • http://www.gnu.com/ GNU

    Hi Kelson,
    At 165 lbs and size 11 boots I think you could definitely get by riding a smaller board, even though you’re 6’2.
    I’d probably suggest something in the 158-160 range.
    The Metal Gnuru is a suuuuper solid option and is definitely one of the most versatile boards in our line–it will be easy and fun to ride absolutely anywhere. You may also like the Riders Choice in 158W, which will have a more powerful/aggressive feel due to the added camber underfoot.

  • Kelson

    Awesome, thanks for the advice!

  • alexxthemighty

    I live on the East coast so I ride on a lot of ice. My last board was the Lib Tech Skate Banana that also has the magne traction technology and I absolutely loved that, I’m just curious about the mellow magne traction that this board features and if that handles well on ice or if I’d be better of sticking to regular magne traction

  • http://www.gnu.com/ GNU

    Alex, hello!
    The Mellow Magne-Traction of the Metal Gnuru shouldn’t cause any trouble with edge hold, even on the East Coast ice!
    You’ll still be getting 7 points of contact rather than the 2 offered on all other snowboards. The elliptical camber underfoot on this board will also add some pressure underfoot, which will aid in edge hold and control…it will also give the board more pop and stability. And who doesn’t love pop and stability!?

  • danny fusco

    GNU since I lived in Boulder!! Keep it up uguys! One of my proudest moments was when ya’lls website was pretty mellow an j knigge* would post up all our weekend sessions..gnu4Life

    Ps- Slash can u sell 2010/2011 riders choice boards anymore my babies got beat up n broken! Buyin cheapness n goin thru 2.5 boards a year…don’t recomendatio that one kids!!

  • The_Sports_Dude

    He wasn’t considering a regular board, he’s asking for a comparison between mini Magnetraction and regular Magnetraction.

  • Jeff Bossory

    I just bought the 158w awesome just straight up awesome nice work guys it’s Kawasaki green with the skull graphics awesome just awesome

  • The_Sports_Dude

    I’m riding a 156 Carbon Credit that was my first real board to learn on. I prefer mountain riding and carving over park, so I’m looking to switch boards. Is the Metal Gnuru the natural progression? I’m 5’10/180, should I move up to the 158?

  • The_Sports_Dude

    Hi, I’m 5’10 / 180, size 9 intermediate currently riding a 156 Carbon Credit. I want a more all-mountain focused board with more stability at speed than what I have now and I’m strongly considering the Metal Gnuru. Should I move up to the 158?