Win Danny Kass’ 2013 GNU Pro Model

Handbuilt in the good ol’ US of A, the 2013 GNU Danny Kass Pro Model rocks GNU’s C2BTX giving it ultimate float on powder with Banana Tech rocker between your feet and camber at the tip and tail so you can charge jumps and steeps. Utilizing LCP (liquid crystal polymer) – a process in which polymers are heated and cooled to realign its structural properties – the Danny Kass is stronger than ever without increasing overall weight, dampens chatter from rough terrain and creates an incredibly smooth, poppy ride. If you don’t believe us, check it out for yourself.

Sounds like a board we would all enjoy riding, right? Well, we want to give you the opportunity to ride one of these magnificent boards this winter, for free.

Here’s how to enter – Like Snowboard Magazine & GNU on Facebook (once), then you can enter your email address as many times as your fingers will humanly allow possible. The more you enter the better chances of winning.

Again, we can tell when you smart, web savvy snowboarders hack the system, which will result in your entries being disqualified.

Good luck!

Winner: Brent Maligro

All emails will be added to our weekly newsletter. If you don’t want it all you have to do in unsubscribe when you receive the first one. But trust us, it’s worth getting and free gear will be blasted out all winter for those who subscribe. Open to US and Canadian residents only.

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