Gnu Danny Kass BTX 2009

November 26, 2008

By Scott Briggs
SnowboardReviews.com

Boston – The 2009 GNU Danny Kass BTX is the winner of the Transworld Snowboarding Good Wood Award.  The GNU Danny Kass is a great all mountain freestyle board designed for riders that love to hit it all.  This snowboard is named after two time Olympic silver medalist Danny Kass, Danny is responsible making this one of the top boards on the market.

The 2009 GNU Danny Kass BTX

The 2009 GNU Danny Kass BTX

For the 2009 GNU Danny Kass BTX they added “Banana Technology” to his Pro model series making it a true twin tip.  Banana Technology incorporates a ‘banana’ rocker under foot which reduces catch at the ends of the board, allowing the board to float through tight transitions.  The board also incorporates Magne-traction, providing superior edge hold in sketchy conditions.

To top it all off, the board features some great goulish graphics, crafted by GNU art man Tim Karpinski.  According to GNU: “Pinski lives in an old haunted house in Portland, Oregon and hangs out with witches.”

Features of the GNU Danny Kass 2009:

  • Construction: Sandwich with UHMW sidewalls
  • Glass: Quasi-Isotropic Glass with 4-way fiber orientation
  • Core: Mervin AG2 Core (Aspen & EISS 9 layer endgrain Birch)
  • Base: Sintered 9900 Base
  • Shape: Twin Shape with Banana Technology and Magne-tracation


Gnu Danny Kass BTX 2009 from $529.00

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