Win the new GNU x PBR collab snowboard

Every year we look forward to seeing the latest collaborations between awesome company A and awesome company B. But when we see two brands like PBR (one of our favorite drinks here in the office) and GNU come together on a snowboard collaboration, we get a tad more excited. Who wouldn’t want to be ripping lines with a PBR board, especially one that was build by GNU and and isn’t just some shitty promo board you see hanging in your local packy.

As with most collaborations, PBR lifestyle marketer Steve Nilsen, aka “Stix,” is the man behind the scenes bringing you some of the sweetest collabs from Pabst. He doesn’t just brand products he thinks you will like, he teams up with companies in the industry that are pushing the boundries of snowboarding; take for example last year’s Union x PBR binding, one of the hottest collabs of 2011/2012; a collaboration worth rocking.

This year is no different as “Stix” and GNU have teamed up yet again to drop the latest PBR branded board on none other than the Carbon Credit Series. Packed with all the usual goodies like magne-traction and BTX all-terrain rocker, you’ll rest easy knowing the board will hold up to anything you throw at it.

You may enter as many times as you want. The more you enter the better your chances of winning. Giveaway ends Monday, November 12 at 11:59pm.

Congratulations to Nicole Kennedy for winning the limited edition PBR x GNU collab snowboard.

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