Balanced through radical asymmetric shaping, the Gnu Zoid Women's Snowboard offers masterful edge control at high speeds and unreal float in fresh powder. Following the avant garde design of last season's Zoid, this version gives female riders near telepathic board control and razor sharp turning, regardless if it's waist deep powder or soft morning groomers. As the first asymmetric directional board on the market, the Zoid comes in regular and goofy specific shapes. It's only offered in a 149cm size, making it best suited for carving down steeps, slashing powder between trees, and dropping natural features into deep snow. The key to the board's radical shape and well balanced ride lies within its striking asymmetric design, complete with a swallowtail cut out for a bit surfier feel. Asymmetric boards balance out the difference between heel and toeside turning dynamics, making them ideally suited for railing hard, euro style carves to the envy of most hardbooters. However, instead of merely throwing an asymmetric sidecut on a twin shaped board like the rest of the market, the Zoid places asymmetry onto a highly directional, slightly tapered shape that's best suited for freeriding. Ultimately, this unique board caters to ladies who'd rather slash powder and carve aggressively than hit park features. EC2 BTX profile strikes a nice balance between loose, catch free fun and lively response, thanks to its Banana rocker between the bindings matched with elliptical camber underfoot. This profile loves to pop off natural hits and turn aggressively down the mountain, thanks to its elliptical camber. Rocker between the bindings enhances float through powder, lending the Zoid incredible performance in the deep stuff. Keeping you locked into hard carves, serrated Magne Traction edges grip tenaciously across widely variable snow conditions, ranging from soft morning groomers to icy hardpack.