Probably not coincidentally, the board engineers at Gnu came up with Asym Sym Sync technology and put it o n a board called the Impossible Pickle. The result — the maturely named , Impossible A.S.S. Pickle. Never mind its hilarious designation, the A.S.S. Pickle is packed with technology. Riding across the flat bottom of a pipe, you’ve probably noticed that it’s a lot easier to keep your speed up on your toeside compared with your heelside, that’s because of the body’s natural asymmetry. Gnu’s A.S.S. technology works to balance this asymmetry through asymmetrical toe and heel sidecuts, contacts and shape, while the tip and tail are symmetrical. When your board works with your body’s mechanics not only is it easier to turn, but it’s also easier to pop and float through deep snow. This board also incorporates Gnu’s proven EC2BTX (Elliptical C2 Twin symmetric) Banana Camber and Magne-Traction. Psychedelic graphics court esy of Gnu art director Tim Karpinski. Ride this board, and as the slogan goes, “Get weird!”
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