GNU Carbon Credit VS. Nitro Sub-Zero??
Hey everyone, my name's Doug. I'm 22 years old and rode for about 4 years when I was a little younger. I love the sport, and i'm in a position now where I can afford to get back into it.
I'm 6' tall, 205lbs and wear a 13 boot. I'm looking for a board to use in the park and also just generally riding around the mountain with friends. I've narrowed it down to the GNU CC or the Nitro Sub-Zero. I ride in South Western PA, which is a lot of hard packed snow and ice.
I like the fact that the Gnu has magnatraction and banana tech to help control it on the ice, and also like the flexibility of the board.
I like the Nitro because my brother has last year's model and I got to ride it a few times, and loved the way it felt.
I'm looking for the better board of the two for park and general riding. My concerns are durability and overall control on hard packed surfaces. Thanks in advance for your opinions.