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Zoid

DIRECTIONAL ASYM FREESTYLE/FREERIDE PERFORMANCE
DIRECTIONAL ASYM FREESTYLE/FREERIDE PERFORMANCE
DIRECTIONAL ASYM FREESTYLE/FREERIDE PERFORMANCE
DISEÑO DIRECCIONAL ASIMÉTRICO FREESTYLE/FREERIDE

SIZES 158

Bases come in random colorways

  • 2016 Snowboard Canada Magazine – Grade Eh Award
  • 2016 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood

$649.95 USD

$719.95 CAD

€649.99 EUR incl. VAT

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Ride enhancing asymmetric geometries taken to the highest level. Directional trapezoidal contact footprint harmonizes with your stance and turn mechanics for an effortlessly fun ride. It doesn’t stand up so well leaning against your car but, the Zoid EC2 snowboard stands up on a rail like Al Pacino in Scarface. Celebrate your asymmetric humanity; carve your way to the jump, land in a turn dive into a butter, blast the pow… Zoiding provides you with the spiritual release of streaking every single run.

  • BALANCED FOR EFFORTLESSLY EASY CONTROL
  • REGULAR AND GOOFY FOOT OPTIONS

Cette année nous avons poussé le concept d’asymétrie à un nouveau niveau de complexité et de sophistication en quête du ride ultime. La “ZOID” ergonomique avec son asymétrie directionnelle te fait faire des allers-retours dans le futur. Son contact unique à géométrie trapézoidal asymétrique et son look galactique épuré sont du domaine du fantastique ! Cette board te ramène étrangement aux sensations des premières swallows. Forest Bailey, Blake Paul, Nicolas Muller, Danny Kass, Max Warbington et tout notre team te diront que les Zoids sont irréelles !

  • BALANCED FOR EFFORTLESSLY EASY CONTROL
  • REGULAR AND GOOFY FOOT OPTIONS

Auf der Suche nach dem ultimativen Fahrgefühl haben wir unser Spiel mit der Asymmetrie auf neue Ebenen von Komplikation und Raffinesse gebracht. Und mit seiner direktionalen Asymmetrie bringt dich das ergonomisch äußerst effiziente “ZOID” vorwärts und rückwärts direkt in die Zukunft! Mit seiner einzigartigen, asymmetrisch trapezförmigen Geometrie und dem verfeinerten, galaktisch guten Shape sieht es nicht nur ziemlich abgefahren aus. Es bringt dich auch wieder zum reinen Spaß am Fahren zurück, wie die ersten Swallow Tails damals. Forest Bailey, Blake Paul, Nicolas Müller, Danny Kass, Max Warbington und unsere gesamten Crew bestätigen, das Zoid ist einfach unglaublich!

  • BALANCED FOR EFFORTLESSLY EASY CONTROL
  • REGULAR AND GOOFY FOOT OPTIONS

Diseño asimétrico para llevar tu rendimiento a otro nivel. Su construcción trapezoidal y direccional en zonas de contacto se armoniza con tu postura y la mecánica de tus giros, para que disfrutes bajando sin esfuerzo. Tal vez no se aguante igual de bien apoyada contra tu coche, pero la Zoid EC2 destaca sobre un rail al nivel de Al Pacino en Scarface. Celebra tu humanidad asimétrica; hazte camino hacia ese salto, gira haciendo butters, disfruta de la nieve polvo… La Zoid te proporciona libertad total en cada bajada.

  • DISEÑO EQUILIBRADO PARA UN CONTROL FÁCIL Y SIN ESFUERZO
  • DIFERENTES CONFIGURACIONES PARA REGULAR Y GOOFY

Art by Matt W. Moore

Zoid Info Graphic

Weird Science

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

  • 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 TURNING

    ASYMMETRY

    BALANCE THROUGH ASYMMETRY

    Unreal Construction

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

Sizing Information

Contact 119 / 117

Side Cut 8.2 / 8

Nose Width 29.7

Waist Width 25.5

Tail Width 29.5

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
20"-25" / 2"

Flex 6.5

Weight Range 120-240 +

  • GNU

    Yeah! Thanks sooooo much for the awesome review, Matt!
    We really appreciate the kind words and enthusiasm!

  • Alexey Prasolov

    Hi there! Please help me. I’m choosing between Riders choice 161,5 and Zoid. I would prefer Zoid but will it be ok for me (i’m 191cm hight and 74kg weight 10,5 boot) or RC 161,5 is the better option?

  • Maxim Shaposhnikov

    Thinking to buy one. 186cm / 105kg, Boot size 12US. Is it wide enough for me?

  • GNU

    Zoiding is unreal in any and all conditions.
    The directional board with setback stance will float through powder with easy and the asymmetrical design will turn and carve like nothing you’ve ever experienced.

  • Alexey Prasolov

    Hi Christian!
    Have you already tried your Zoid?
    Looks like we have pretty similar hight—weight and same boot size so i’m really intrested in how it rides under these parameters.

  • GNU

    Both boards are killer and you’ll love either one!
    But they do feel completely different. The Zoid is more of a carvy, forgiving and playful board..and VERY directional!
    The RC is going to feel a bit more solid and aggressive and because it’s a true twin, it’ll be more freestyle-focused.

  • GNU

    It’s not really something we can predict with certainty, because everyone stance is different and all boots and bindings vary in size!
    I’d recommend comparing the waist width of it the a board you’ve been riding without getting toe drag.

    Size 12 is right on the cusp.

  • Alexey Prasolov

    Thank you!

  • Christian Myrvang

    Not as of yet, still waiting for snow here.. Hopefully within a few weeks, will let you know:)

  • Karen Pepper

    Hi there, I really fancy a zoid. I am a 5’8″ female weighing in at 145lb. However I have rather large feet EU size 41-42. Don’t know what that is in US size but have had to ride mens boards due to the width. Thing is I’m worried the 158 is going to be just miles too long for me and the ladies 149 too short and too narrow. Any advice or do I just look for a twin 153?

  • Alexey Prasolov

    Great, waiting for your review!

  • chirse

    Hi again! Just had the first run with the Zoid and it was glorius! Bear in mind that I came of an old CC, had new bindings and boots, both stiffer than I am used to, and that there only was a single short slope with artificial snow and mild rain. Not the best of conditions in other words.. But the board felt stable, turned on a dime and had a nice pop. There seem to be a nice sweet spot for pressing on that long nose. Second run I was already doing boardgrabs while euroturning. It might be the improved tech and quality compared to the CC, or it might be this particular shape, either way I had a blast surfing down the slope. The board makes you want to turn;) I did try a narrower stance than normal thinking it would be better for carving, but changed that after the first run back to the normal stance. Did however go for more forward angles with +18-3. This however is not set in stone;) Hope this helps, ask if anything!

  • G moore

    Any stance recommendations ?

  • morris

    Guys would you think in the near future of making a shorter version of this board??? looks freaking sick!!!! i want one but i ride short boards (my park board is 148 and my big mountain board is 154) would be nice if you can offer in the future a 156 or even a 154. I think i will wait until that happens but this is the board I have been waiting for to add to my quiver, please listen to my prayers!!!!!

  • morris

    guys please, release some smaller sizes!!!!!!!

  • David Gagnon

    I’ve never owned an EC2 board but it’s nicely rockered. You’ll float unless you weigh too much for the 158.

  • Lien N

    I bought my Zoid last year in Feb 2015. Rode it in Park City, Big Sky and Tahoe. It’s a must have

  • Alexey Prasolov

    Thanx a lot! The official reviews (the good wood, good ride) differ a lot on how it rides so your reply was helpful. Have a nice time and lots of snow!

  • jimbo

    please 143cm 145cm 🙁

  • Luc Sanglas

    I canot pur chasse anything… It si really annoying

  • GNU

    Hi Luc,
    Our apologies for any inconvenience, we are sold out of most products!
    Google can probably point you in the right direction to online retailers with your desired board in stock.
    We also have a store locator to find shops in your area:
    http://www.gnu.com/store-locator/

  • Chan Ti Eu

    What’s the weight of this board?

  • Gavin Fitzpatrick

    Hi, I am thinking of purchasing a new board. How would the zoid compare to something like the capita mercury.

  • Erik Danio

    Hi- I have ridden this board in all conditions. I was pleasantly surprised how well it rode in the pow and especially well with powder in the bumps, slashing the tops and feeling floaty. The Zoid was by far my favorite board from my stores demo in Aspen. It railed so well leaving huge ruts that the skiers fell into. The Zoid is the perfect blend of old school and new school. I don’t know about smaller, I would make a 64.

  • Brennan

    I am goofy, but ride switch about 50% of the time, I primarily ride aggressively and continually spin back 180s and switch front 360s, euro carving. Etc. I ride the smart pickle now, used to riding European Alps and Canadian Rockies. Will this board tolerate this riding style, more specifically, can this board handle switch riding? Thanks!

  • David Gagnon

    UPDATE: I bought a Zoid last year and rode in a couple of good 1-2 foot storms and lots of lighter powder. This is a very rockered powder board. Last year’s video made it look like it was designed for carving up groomers but it actually doesn’t hold its edge that well on firm surface. On powder though it floats effortlessly and has a very surfy feel.

  • RSGlide

    That is another company. How would they know? You don’t ask someone that works for Pepsi, “how does Coke taste?”. Try again