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Headspace

ASYM TWIN FREESTYLE
FREESTYLE TWIN ASYM
ASYMETRISCHES FREESTYLE TWIN
DISEÑO ASIMÉTRICO TWIN FREESTYLE

SIZES 149 152 155 158

  • 2017 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood – Park
  • 2018 Transworld Snowboarding – Good Wood – Park
  • 2018 Snowboard Canada – Grade Eh

$449.95 USD

$499.95 CAD

449.99 EUR incl. VAT

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Forest’s bold maneuvers on metal and concrete and his visually pleasing airborne aesthetic carry over seamlessly to his art. In the perfect combination of award winning technology and Forest’s original work, comes his dream snowboard. Now on exhibition under your feet; the soft-flexing, Camber 3, award-winning, Headspace.

  • FOREST BAILEY’S JIB FOCUSED ALL TERRAIN STICK
  • SOFT FLEXING C3 CAMBER DESIGNED FOR PROGRESSIVE SNOWBOARDING

Les tricks incroyables de Forrest sur le métal ou le béton et son style aérien transpirent dans son art. Sa board de rêve est la parfaite combinaison de technologies plusieurs fois primées et du travail unique de Forest. Désormais disponible sous vos pieds ; La Headspace au flex souple et équipée du Camber 3 multi-récompensé.

  • BOARD ALL TERRAIN JIB DE FOREST BAILEY
  • CAMBRE C3 AU FLEX SOUPLE CONÇU POUR LE SNOWBOARD PROGRESSIF

Forests bahnrechende Tricks auf Metall und Beton sowie seine visuell äußerst ansprechende Flugästhetik übertragen sich nahtlos auch auf seine Kunst. Und diese perfekte Kombination aus preisgekrönter Technologie und Forests eigenem Einsatz findet in seinem absoluten Traumboard ihren Höhepunkt: dem weich flexenden Camber 3 Headspace, das jetzt mit eigener Kunstgalerie daherkommt.

  • FOREST BAILEYS JIB STICK FÜR JEDES TERRAIN
  • WEICH FLEXENDES C3 CAMBER DESIGN FÜR PROGRESSIVES SNOWBOARDING

Las maniobras de Forest sobre rails o cemento combinan perfectamente con su estética, su estilo y sus diseños. Esta tabla de ensueño es una combinación explosiva entre tecnología punta y gráficos del mismo Forest. Disfrútala bajo tus pies con un diseño Camber 3 de flexión blanda.

  • TABLA POLIVALENTE CON UN ENFOQUE JIBBER DE LA MANO DE FOREST BAILEY
  • DISEÑO C3 CAMBER DE FLEXIÓN BLANDA PARA UN SNOWBOARD PROGRESIVO

Art by Forest Bailey

Weird Science

  •  Image

    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 TURNING

    ASYMMETRY

    BALANCE THROUGH ASYMMETRY

  • 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 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 112

Side Cut 7.6/7.8

Nose Width 29.1

Waist Width 25

Tail Width 29.1

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

Flex 5.5

Weight Range 90-160 +

Contact 113

Side Cut 7.8/8

Nose Width 29.4

Waist Width 25

Tail Width 29.4

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

Flex 6

Weight Range 100-180 +

Contact 115

Side Cut 8/8.2

Nose Width 29.7

Waist Width 25.4

Tail Width 29.7

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

Flex 6

Weight Range 110-200 +

Contact 117

Side Cut 8.1/8.3

Nose Width 30

Waist Width 25.5

Tail Width 30

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

Flex 6

Weight Range 120-240 +

  • Shea Butta

    I’m 5’11” and 170lb would the 155 be too small for me ? I ride mostly groomers, with some powder , I like going off trails into the woods, also I ride some park , I like having a lot of flex and play in my boards to fool around with and jib on freerides , would you recommend this board for me or what would you recommend for me from my decription ?

  • GNU

    The 155 might be a little squirrely at high speeds and take more effort to float through powder–but I think anything in the 155-158 range will be awesome for you for an all-mountain board to ride EVERYWHERE. But me mindful that the BTX base contour (Banana) on this board tends to have a looser, more playful feel. Some people find that it lacks some stability and power.

  • Shea Butta

    I’m looking for a playful board so I think the headspace would be better, and with the magne traction I’ll still feel like I’ll have enough control to feel comterable at high speeds . Thanks for the help guys! Love your boards

  • GNU

    Thanks Shea! We appreciate the support!

  • Oliver Olsen

    I’m 6′ and 130lb, but my feet are 11″. What size/board would be right for me? I like freeride boards, that still have a lot of flex. What would you recommend?

  • GNU

    Hi Oliver,
    Your feet are 11 inches or size 11?!
    Depending on how big your feet really are, the brand of boots you wear and your stance angles you might be fine with a standard width board! It’s really impossible to us to determine with certainty over the internet though.
    I would highly suggest checking the boards our at your local shop! If that’s not an option you should compare the waist width of the board you’ve been riding with the waist width on our boards.

    Here are a few flexy/fun options I think you should check out:
    Smart Pickle 156 or 156W
    Head Space 155
    Metal Gnuru 155-158mw

  • Anthony D. Lavoie

    Hi, I’m 5’7″ tall and weight 130-140, would the 149 be good for me i better go with the 152? Because right now I’m ridin’ a YES 154 and feel it a little too big. I want something jibby and freestyle focused. Wich one would you recommend?

  • Oh_Oh_SarCastro

    Would 230 pounds be too mutch for the 159??

  • brock

    just wondering what size i should get i weigh 70kg and gonna be riding mainly jibs but also jumps up to bout 45ft ive got size 9.5 boots. also what bindings would you recomend for this board and the riding im gonna be doing?

  • GNU

    I think because you’re spending some time on big jumps, you might prefer the 155!
    But if jibbing is your number one priority and you’re willing to sacrifice a bit of stability on jumps, go for the 152!

  • GNU

    This board doesn’t come in a 159–but you should be able ride most 159s without any issue.
    If your feet are 11.5+, definitely consider going for a wide!
    Here is a link to our brand new Snowboard Finder:
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

  • GNU

    Hi Anthony,
    If you’re looking for a board to primarily ride in the park, 149 will be fun!
    Though you might find that it isn’t quite as stable and sturdy at high speeds and for riding outside of the park.
    Here’s a link to our brand spankin new Snowboard Finder:
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

  • Oh_Oh_SarCastro

    Sorry I meant if the 155 model would be feasible if you weigh 230 pounds.
    I really like the features and most of my boards are from GNU.
    But i’m on the fence on what board is best for me, the headspace 155 or the Slash Happy Place.

  • GNU

    You may want to consider a bigger board, unless you plan on primarily riding in the park.
    If that’s the case, 155 should be tons of fun for you!
    But if you’re looking for something more versatile, you should probably scope out something bigger.

  • Oh_Oh_SarCastro

    Hi,
    I ride exclusively indoor since I live in a country that doesnt have mountains. So its only rails and kickers for me 🙂

  • Roo

    Hey, I’m 173cm tall and weigh 65kg and have a size 7.5, would a 149 be good for jibbing with the occasional jump? Only looking at hitting 30-35ft mostly and then just mucking around on other stuff in the park. Also, I don’t quite get the flex rating, what does a 4.5 mean in terms of flex cos I was hoping for something quite buttery. Cheers

  • GNU

    A flex of 4.5 paired with a BTX base contour will be buttery like movie theater popcorn.
    As for size, 152 might be a bit more versatile–particularly for jumping, or high speed riding.
    But if your main concern is jibbing, the 149 should be awesome.

  • chris gustafson

    I’m about 6’0 and 155 lbs what size would you guys recommend for this board? And will you guys be having black Friday or cyber Monday sales? Thanks (:

  • The Muffin Man

    Same weight/height as you, I run a 158 for all mountain, but for park I would go with something smaller, maybe a 152/149 would suit you. Its preference really.

  • connor hicks

    I’m really stuck on which board to buy this season I’ve been riding the 2015 space case and i love it but now i can’t decide between the headspace or the 2016 space case what are some pros and cons of these boards whats really the difference ???????????

  • GNU

    155 sounds like it will a great size if you’re looking for a more playful and freestyle friendly board.
    But if you’re looking for something more aggressive/powerful to ride at highspeeds and/or in a lot of natural terrain, you might want to consider a bigger and more aggressive board, like the Riders Choice or Metal Gnuru in 157.5 or 158.

  • GNU

    Hi Connor,
    Thanks for reaching out to us and for your support, we appreciate it!
    The main difference will be the Space Case’s EC2 base contour–it has camber underfoot. But it also has a more asym shape with extended contact length and asym tips and tails. It also has an upgraded blend of wood in the core for a more damp and snappy ride.

  • Journey boss

    Hey can this board also be used for all mountain and once in a while powder …? Or is it just for park ?

  • GNU

    Hello there,
    This board will excel anywhere you want to take it!
    The blunted nose and tail shapes make pressing and butters effortless (which is fantastic for jibbing), but the BTX base contour will give you unreal float through deep snow and Magne-Traction will hold an edge like nothing else.

  • Jack

    Hi, I was wondering if I could could ride a 152 headspace? I wear a size 11 nitro boot, and a size medium/large contact pro binding. Would this be possible or would I need a 155?

  • GNU

    Hi Jack,
    That’s a tough call, because everyone’s stance is different and all boots and bindings vary in size!
    I would recommend comparing the waist width of the 152 (25cm) to a board you’ve ridden without toe drag.
    Or, check it out in your local shop…and bring your boots along with you!

  • Drake

    Hi, I have size 12 boos and weigh 145lbs, would i be able to omfortably ride this board, if so, what size would be best for me. Thank you!

  • aaron

    lol same, i want a 152

  • Max

    I own a 159 wide skate banana. I am 6’1″ and weigh between 165-170 lbs. I am an aggressive rider and like to charge hard in the park; popping high off jumps and rails. I like to carve hard as well but still like to have a little playfulness when it comes to butters. I feel like the 159 is a little big for me but i do like the wide for a little more surface area but i don’t know as if i need it. I am looking at the headcase vs the spacecase, but I also wanted something that is gonna be very similar to my skate banana. So my question is which of those two boards would be best for my riding style and also which contour style between the skate banana and spacecase is best for me?

  • Craig Dixon

    I’m 5’10 and 155lbs just wondering if the 152 would be good for me I’m mostly a park rider … Thanks

  • Craig Dixon

    Also have size 10 feet… Is that ok?

  • Andrea

    Hi, do you have the headspace 145? do you shipped to Italy?

  • christian

    Im looking for a short fun jib board I’m 5’6 and weigh about 120lbs do you think the 149cm would be a little big?

  • Nicolas Fabry

    Hi, I’ve a question because I’m not really sure about the size of the board that I should take. I’m 5’8 and weigh about 154 lbs. I’m wondering which of the 152 or the 155 would be better for me.

  • James S

    I have only one question with the heelside and toeside asymetry for better turner, does that mean this board is only going to be good for regular stanced riders?

  • Alastair Nowill

    no, it’s twin so rides the same both directions

  • Timmeh

    I rode a 2013 park pickle (153cm) , so is the headspace more softer than it ?

  • john

    im 5,11 and weigh about 130. would i be better of choosing a larger size if I’m more interested in carves and all mountain boarding? how will this board perform in the all mountain aspect compared to the space case 2015 which i ride currently? i still ride park but i also want a board that will perform down step and carvy runs. any suggestions?

  • Alex Busby

    Any chance you guys will be getting this back in stock?

  • GNU

    We are all sold out, but there are likely some online retailers or a shop in your area with it!

  • GNU

    This board will likely feel more loose, floaty, forgiving and playful than the Space Case, due to the BTX base contour (it doesn’t have camber underfoot, like the Space Case)

    Some people find that BTX (or Banana) feels a bit squirrely at high speeds, so you may want to keep that in mind.

  • GNU

    Flex is going to be comparable, but this will be more jib/freestyle focused.

  • GNU

    There is a designated heelside edge–the nose and tail are the same, though!
    So you can ride it goofy and/or regular.

  • GNU

    152 will be easier to maneuver, 155 will be more powerful.
    Use the sizes of boards that you have ridden in the past as a guide.

    Or check out our board finder:
    http://www.gnu.com/snowboard-finder/#/

    And dealer locator:
    http://www.gnu.com/store-locator/

  • GNU

    149 should be just fine!

  • GNU

    Sounds good.
    You know your riding style and preferences better than we do–go with your instinct!

  • GNU

    You should consider a wide board instead!
    The Smart Pickle and Carbon Credits will be good options.

  • Nicolas Fabry

    Thanks mate

  • joe proper

    Suhdusuh….I am 5’8″ 160 I have the arbor draft 151 but I think that the Btx is the way to go and I love everything about this board! I’m thinking of getting the 149 because a lot of my friends that are 5′ 11″ at least ride 152 153 and there boards and closer to their tits to where mines right at my chin…I love big jumps and spins…am I good getting the 149…what do you recommend GNU!? Please help!

  • TJ Kim

    149 is gonna be a bit short for you… It will be fun on rails and boxes but sketchy on jumps. It will be unstable in the air and harder to land, you gotta land it perfectly every time.