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Billy Goat

CAMBER 3 ALL TERRAIN DIRECTIONAL FREERIDE/FREESTYLE TWIN
TWIN DIRECTIONNELLE ALL TERRAIN FREERIDE/FREESTYLE CAMBER 3
DIREKTIONALES CAMBER 3 ALL TERRAIN FREERIDE/FREESTYLE TWIN
DISEÑO DIRECCIONAL CAMBER 3 TWIN FREERIDE/FREESTYLE TODOTERRENO

SIZES 159 162 164MW

  • 2015 Snowboard Magazine – Platinum Pick
  • 2014 TransWorld Snowboarding – Good Wood

$539.95 USD

$619.95 CAD

559.99 EUR incl. VAT

Product Alert: Currently less than 10 available.

Product Alert: This item is currently out of stock.

Item is currently not available online.

All terrain stands down to the Billy Goat. Stability and hard carving come effortlessly to Temple’s dream board. Designed with deep Baker days, Banked Slalom victories, and high speed resort ripping in mind. Board design by Temple Cummins, rideable art by Adam Haynes, hand built by Mervin Mfg. ZERO HAZARDOUS WASTE.

  • TEMPLE’S HIGHLY REFINED ALL MOUNTAIN POWER RIPPER
  • 4X MT BAKER BANKED SLALOM WINNER (ART BY ADAM HAYNES)

La Billy Goat est synonyme de All terrain. Et inversement. Stabilité et gros carving sont naturels pour la board de rêve de Temple. Conçue pour les journées de grosse poudreuse de Baker, les victoires de Banked Slalom et la haute vitesse. Design par Temple Cummins, graphisme d’Adam Haynes, fabriquée à la main par Mervin Mfg. SANS GASPILLAGE INUTILE.

  • PETIT BIJOU ALL MOUNTAIN AGRESSIF DE TEMPLE
  • 4 FOIS GAGNANTE DU BANKED SLALOM DE MT BAKER (ARTISTE ADAM HAYNES)

„All-Terrain“ ist der zweite Name des Billy Goat. Stabilität und präzises Carven sind mit diesem Board ein Kinderspiel. Für tiefen Powder im Backcountry, Banked-Slalom-Siege und Hochgeschwindigkeitsspaß im ganzen Gebiet gemacht, von Temple Cummins designt und mit fahrbarer Kunst von Adam Haynes verfeinert. Natürlich in Handarbeit von Mervin Mfg. ohne giftigen Abfall hergestellt!

  • ALL MOUNTAIN POWER RIPPER VON TEMPLE CUMMINS
  • 4-FACHER GEWINNER BEIM MT BAKER BANKED SLALOM WINNER (MIT KUNST VON ADAM HAYNES)

Ningún terreno se puede resistir a la Billy Goat. Consigue carvear duro de forma estable con la tabla de ensueño de Temple. Diseñada pensando en bajadas a toda velocidad, en días de nieve polvo por Baker y en victorias en el Banked Slalom. Hecha a mano por Mervin Mfg con un diseño de Temple Cummins y gráficos de Adam Haynes. SIN NINGÚN RESIDUO PELIGROSO.

  • DISEÑO REFINADO DE LA MANO DE TEMPLE PARA ATACAR CON ENERGÍA TODA LA MONTAÑA
  • 4 VECES GANADORA DEL MT BAKER BANKED SLALOM (GRÁFICOS DE ADAM HAYNES)

Art by Adam Haynes

Temple Cummins
Temple Cummins
Temple Cummins

Weird Science

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    Aggressive dominant cambers out to the contacts combined with mild rocker between your feet. Subtle Banana rocker gives freestyle freedom with maximum end to end stability for big, high speed lines. For Aggressive skilled 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/Paulownia Alloy
  • GLASS: Tri-ax/Bi-ax
  • TOP: Eco Sublimated Poly Top
  • BASE: Eco Sublimated Co-Sintered
  • SIDEWALLS/TIP TAIL: UHMW
Made in Usa

Sizing Information

Contact 120

Side Cut 8.3

Nose Width 29.3

Waist Width 25

Tail Width 29.3

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19"-24" / .75"

Flex 7.5

Weight Range 140-230 +

Contact 124

Side Cut 8.4

Nose Width 29.7

Waist Width 25.3

Tail Width 29.7

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19"-24" / .75"

Flex 7.5

Weight Range 150-250 +

Contact 126

Side Cut 8.5

Nose Width 30.1

Waist Width 25.5

Tail Width 30.1

Stance
Min-Max / Set Back
19"-24" / .75"

Flex 8

Weight Range 150-260 +

  • Mike singleton

    What are the edge bevel angles on this board?

  • Gnu

    The edges on the Billy Goat are not beveled.
    They come tuned with the standard 90 degrees–nothing extra taken off the base or side edges

  • bareprince

    hi

  • bareprince

    is anyone here

  • Gnu

    hi

  • Jason

    Is there way to contact you to see if a 162W can be located?

  • Gnu

    Hi Jason,
    We do not have any in stock at our factory warehouse, which is why it is showing as out of stock. You may be able to find one at your local dealer, though! I’d also recommend checking out online retailers.

  • Rock Lock

    Weirdos … I got the Billy Goat during winter season in February, and it was fantastic ! It shreds, flips, floats extremely easy. A board to take down to the park, powder, moguls and ice. If you are big guy (200lbs) with big feet (12+), the BG 162W is a really good board for you. It carves really nice too, and hold through big jumps. Extremely durable and reliable. Thank you GNU !!! PS : check GNu dealers for some boards when the factory is out of stock, specially BackCountry.com .

  • fred

    is the width of the 162MW correct? Looks like last year’s, but all of the sites that see your boards seem to think that MW will be less wide than last year’s…

  • GNU

    Hi Fred, looks like it should be 26.2…we’ll get that changed ASAP.
    Thanks for catching that error.

  • fred

    ok, so measurements above confirmed? Sounds really wide. I have 11.5 Burton boots, which everyone tells me are equivalent to 10.5 of other companies. Do you think I could fit in the 162 regular?

  • GNU

    Yeah those revised measurements are correct–most of our wide boards have a 26.8cm waist width, so it’s quite a bit narrower than that.
    Burton definitely makes a compact boot, but I can’t say with certainty whether or not you will get toe drag on the standard width 162 Billy Goat. I’d recommend comparing the dimensions of your current board to the Billy Goats and using that as a guide for choosing the size. Or wait until your local shop has their 15/16 Gnu boards so you can investigate in person with your boots.

  • Jason

    When will these boards ship? Is there a backup in the factory? I am currently on a backorder list that says best case is the end of October. Thx

  • GNU

    Hi Jason,
    Without knowing where you’re writing from and which size you’re looking for that’s a tough call!
    But if your size is unavailable at the moment, we do not have any extras at the factory that can be shipped–this time of year we’re sending product to all of our retailers, and getting them in shops is our number one priority.
    If you’re pressed for time and need a board fast, I’d recommend checking local shops and even online retailers!
    Wiredsport, one of our awesome online retailers appears to have the board in stock:
    http://www.wiredsport.com/gnu-2016-billy-goat-c3-snowboard.html?gclid=CJKq_Yi8nMgCFY9cfgod2GEKvg

  • Jason

    I ordered the 159 from “The House” (http://www.the-house.com/9856gnbgt16zz-gnu-snowboards.html). I placed the order on July 16th. The latest email from The House has the backorder shipment date on October 31st. Is there a chance The House will not be supplied with my board? I would prefer avoiding canceling the order and trying a new shop, but it seems you have shipped all you have, so they may have promised more boards than they can deliver…..disappointing…

  • GNU

    Hi Jason,
    The House is a great (and authorized!) Gnu dealer, they would not take an order that they couldn’t fill, especially this early in the season. My guess is that they are still getting all of their product prepared in their warehouse and they’re just not in full swing for winter yet. If they’re telling you it will arrive at the end of the month, I don’t think you have any reason to doubt them, But I am sorry to hear you’re disappointed with your service!

  • Jason

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Spenser

    262mm is just a normal wider board, but nothing crazy – I have a couple around there and am a size 9 boot. even the skunk ape at 268mm is fun 🙂

    for an 11.5 boot, even with a reduced footprint, the 62 wide is what you want between the two. there won’t really be any benefit to going with the regular width in this case

  • Polina Fedorova

    Can you write shipment specification? I want to know what size of box and total weight is this board. Billy goat c3 btx 162mw ss 15-16

  • GNU

    Generally, a snowboard packed in a box weighs about 9lbs–we don’t have exact numbers per model, but that’s a ballpark estimate for you.

  • Felix

    Hey, can you tell me if there are any differences between the 14/15 and the 15/16 model, beside the graphics?

    Thanks, Felix

  • GNU

    Graphics, plus some variation in size.

  • Alexander Dougin

    Hi there! Looking at specs…Nose/Tail for 162MW are 31, while for 165MW 30.1….Looks strange. Is the info correct?

  • Westside

    Hello I am looking for a board that rides like the older billy goat with C2 directional shape. The C3 just does not float enough when its super duper deep. Any advice? Thinking maybe the La nina or the space out. Thanks! Love your boards and gear!

  • GNU

    Check the Lib Tech TRS! It’s got a narrower waist (like the Billy Goat), but camber underfoot for a more floaty ride, while still being powerful and snappy.

  • Pablito

    Hello, Now I ride a riders choice 2013 157,5 but I´m looking for a board better in carving and powder. I doubt between Mullair 159 or Billy goat. I´m 1,78 cm and 95Kg. 159 it´s good for me?? These boards are good for a medium level rider? Any other options? Thanks!

  • Mike Hardaker

    a big mountain board on steroids.. Checkout the review from Jackson Hole WY. http://mtnweekly.com/reviews/snowboards/gnu-billy-goat-snowboard-review

  • Ty

    Hi.
    What size board do you recommend? Wide or would a regular be ok?
    I am 190lbs 5’11’. 11.5 Burton Ion Boots. (currently have a 159W and feels a little short)

    thanks!

  • GNU

    If your 159W doesn’t feel like enough board, go for the 162MW!
    Burton tends to make a compact boot, so it’ll be slight narrower (for better edge-to-edge response!) but longer, for added stability and control.

  • GNU

    Hi Pablito,
    Either board will blow your mind!
    The Billy Goat may offer more versatility due to the directional twin shape, while the Mullair will offer superior float due to the tapered shape…but you truly cannot go wrong with either one.

    So sorry for the delay–sometimes we don’t get notifications when people post comments!
    For quick assistance, visiting your local shop is always an option!

  • Ty

    Thanks! Glad to hear it , as i pre ordered the 2017 model 162 mw a week ago 🙂

  • Shr-Eddie

    I own this thing in the 162MW (6’1″, 180lbs, size 11) and I am completely in love w/ it. Its big, stiff, and mean and if you’re worthy will let you ride it anywhere. Cliffs, spines, trees, ice… It’s all on the menu of you’re willing. Perfect companion for aggressive advanced riders and a great way to step up your game if you want to go bigger. Looking at the Beast Split real hard because I want the exact same performance in the BC and I’m not willing to saw my Goat in half. Strongly recommend it.

  • GNU

    Thanks so much for the kind words, we really appreciate your support!

  • Alexander Dougin

    Folks, are the specs for 165MW ok? Really 165MW waist width is less than 162MW??

  • Storm Trooper

    Does this still have special dampening layer?

  • Ty

    Hi,
    Is there a “recommended” referencecenter stance on the GNU Billy Goat (162W)?
    (this is my first GNU board, figured that’s a good place to start)

  • Alex

    After measuring both, the 162MW is narrower than the 165MW, and the 165MW appears to be 26.5cm wide, so what’s posted is just a typo.

  • sailor116

    I’m a big guy–235, 6′. I ride an old 2003-era Atomic Don 170. It is a big stiff wide full-camber board: great fun on groomers but bad in trees and slop. And tiring at the end of the day, esp. at speed.

    I want something lighter, snappier, and a bit comfier. Can I fit reasonably well on a 162mw? I ride new burton 11.5 boots at a reasonable angle (15 rear/30 front). Or do i need to get a 165w?

  • Pietro

    Please bring back an alternative option with C2BTX camber on the Billy Goat board!
    Same specs same construction, only C2BTX. It was such a fun, shred-it all board! I own it and I wil buy it again and again for the deeeeeeper days together with the same Billy board with C3BTX for the hard snow! It didn’t sacrifice manouverebility for the floatation. Nor floatation for manouverability. Thanks to his narrow waist and C2BTX. Best board I’d ever ride on the steepest and narrow couloirs in Chamonix. I’d always felt secure I could turn on a dime even on the most difficult terrain.

  • Cedric Forell

    Which edge tuner should I use for this board ?

  • I own this board

    Ride it like a freestyle stance, 20 wide, why? Becuz it’s an early 90s freestyle board before boards got tiny

  • Ty

    I guess i wasn’t clear. My own stance i know. the question is about the reference inserts on the board. Most boards i know have a marked reference point on the inserts. thanks.

  • Zloetelo

    GNU many thanks from Russia is just super board

  • Zloetelo

    I,m 230 6,1 12 – 165mw superb
    Boot angle -9 +20

  • Clark S

    Hey there, so I’ve been riding a Lib Tech TRice Pro board with C2 for a while and absolutely love it. But I’ve had my eye on the billy goat since i started to snowboard. I’m just nervous about transitioning from the C2 to the C3. What are the major differences between the two? or is the difference even noticeable? Thanks so much!

  • Zloetelo

    c3 keeps much better speed on groomed slopes, c2 begins to chatter when accelerating, c2 throws up on the micro bumps and because of this sometimes breaks with the edge …. 4 years ride on lib attack banana, billy goat c3 recently bought very satisfied, it is ideal board for me

  • Clark S

    Thank you eh!

  • Zloetelo
  • Proper_tractione333

    Hi, I am riding the 2012 Alt Genetics board and love it, love everything about it since the day one, but its all beat up now and I am looking for a replacement that will feel the same.
    Would this board be similar? Or the C3 is way harscher?

    I ride interior BC, powder and trees, 159cm @200lbs 5-10 rarely hit the park

  • Zloetelo

    difficult to decide what is best

    PS I weigh 220 pounds (100 kg) height 6.1 inches (188 cm)
    I like to ride fast as a nerd on groomed slopes and freeride, jumping in the park no more than 10-15 percent of the time
    and I like camber dominance over the rocker.
    c3 shape is ideal for control and speed
    but it more critical to skill but give what I want.
    in pow I have not had time to ride on this board so I can not say anything
    in 15 days I will add the behavior in the shape pow c3,
    4 years ride on the shape c2 great behavior in pow.
    below pictures with the weight allocation for shapes c2 and c3
    and billy goat specs photo

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/550f1c41b62af55f90fb6253e8062832616ae3d0932be30228c5f59534fb2ed9.jpg

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5a520ba5d236ae424ebe9696eba7476929aeb136fa1b52fdf2d723006030ed4e.jpg

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/da1674a64e9af514919100caac73509836077b758ce089d33b85cf16f46a4467.jpg

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/848b5996f923527b785002cbef103fb36ad0f29071c3b5d19d066504a62c34b2.jpg