20 Фев. 2015 г.|
Gnu carbon credit 2014
The Gnu Carbon Credit tweaked their BTX profile a little bit in 2014 and kept it the same in 2015. Iv’e been riding the Carbon Credit for ever and it was one of the first boards I rode when I started getting addicted to this sport. On Snow Feel: The 2014 made this a little more stable and the alteration to the BTX camber profile almost is to the point where we could no longer classify this continuous rocker. The Carbon Credit often get’s over prescribed for beginner riders as an all mountain do anything solution.
Jumps: The Carbon Credit doesn’t handle jumps like others can but its very predictable and forgiving when it comes to landing a small to medium sized kicker. It was the Carbon High Beam back then and it was a camber board (no mtx) and it had a set back.
It’s so mellow that we still are but there are some subtle difference between the 2013 and 2014 Gnu Carbon Credit in terms of stability and general ride. The 2013 models and below are still really good boards but the 2014 and 2015 Gnu Carbon Credit is the call.
The Carbon Credit is more of a freestyle board these days so if your priority is learning to carve we suggest looking somewhere else.