Gnu continues to push new shapes and styles going into next winter - with a number of additions popping up in both the men's and women's lines for 2017/18.
From the Airblaster x Gnu 'Super Progress Air Machine' or 'SPAM' to the Hyper Kyarve, it's clear that they're upholding a commitment to super directional outlines, while mirroring their Mervin sister co. Lib Tech with slightly simplified categorisation of snowboard profiles.
Other noteworthy developments include their range of youth specific boards, Jamie Anderson's 'Free Spirit' directional whip, and the return of the 2015/16 Swallowtail Carver to name but a few.
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