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Gnu Ladies Choice C2 BTX Womens Snowboard 2017

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Overview

Best Use: All Mountain Freestyle boards are for carving and the park

All Mountain Freestyle boards are for carving and the park

Shape: Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Flex: Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Rocker: Camber/Rocker/Camber - a mix of response and playfulness

Camber/Rocker/Camber - a mix of response and playfulness

 

The GNU Ladies Choice C2 BTX is an asymmetric dream and pro snowboarder Jamie Anderson's go-to deck. With a lower activation angle and longer length along the heel side edge you can effortlessly carve with power; while the steeper angle and shorter length of the toe side edge gives you precise control. With this asymmetric twin deck you can ride in perfect harmony in the park, on hardpack or slush, and even surf your heart out on fluffy powder stashes. This board also has a C2 BTX profile which is rocker between the feet and camber out to the contact points for unreal shredding on any terrain. Throw in some Magne-Traction serrated edges and a fast sintered base and you have yourself a true quiver killer that's just for the ladies.


  • Asymmetric Twin
  • Sintered Base
  • C2 BTX
  • Magne-Traction
  • Bio Beans Topsheet
  • Handbuilt in the USA by Mervin Manufacturing - The World's Most Environmental Board Factory
  • Sizes: 145.5cm - 148.5cm - 151.5cm



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


Skill Range: Advanced-Pro

 

Specifications
Gender Womens Skill Level Expert Recommended Use All Mountain Freestyle
Board Width Regular Waist Width 242mm (@ 148.5cm) Shape Twin
Rocker Profile Camber/Rocker/Camber Rocker Type C2 BTX Hole Pattern Standard 4 Hole
Magnatraction Yes Core Material Wood Core Name Aspen/Colombian Gold/Polonia
Construction Type Sidewall Construction Base Material Sintered P-tex Base Name Sintered
Stance Setback Centered Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced-Pro
Model Year 2017 Model Number 6212205 Product ID 440843
Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.      
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Hi I'm Brooke and I just got off the GNU Ladies Choice. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. It's a great advanced-level board. It's a freestyle twin so it's really fun and poppy but it still can charge all over the mountain. It's a good board for a girl who's, you know, looking to play around a little bit in the park but still wants to charge all over. I think it would be really great in the trees. It holds an edge really well, thanks to the magne-traction and I think that it's pretty solid. It has a really great feel, I felt very confident on it initiating turns. All around I would give it a 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Hi I'm Megan and I just got off the GNU Ladie's Choice. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This board is for your advanced all-mountain rider. It has a really strong edge hold. It's very stable at high speeds and it just likes to charge down the hill. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Hey I'm Kelsey. I just got off GNU's Ladie's Choice. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. It's definitely for that advanced to expert rider who's looking for an all-mountain freestyle type of board. This thing rips down the mountain. It holds an edge very well. It's a rocker camber hybrid so it's got camber under foot, really stable in turns. It's got a little bit of a softer heel edge but the toe edge really, really carves nicely. This board is so much fun to ride on. If you're looking for that all-mountain freestyle type of board and you're that advanced to expert type of rider, this is your go-to.
 
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Hi I'm Jenna. I just got off the GNU Ladie's Choice, I'd give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is my board personally so what I like about it is it's just super, super versatile. It's an ideal board for your intermediate to advanced level girl. You've got camber underneath your feet and rocker between the bindings and what it does is it's great if you do get it into some snow, it is going float, it's also playful because of that rocker. But it holds an edge great at higher speeds because of the camber under foot. It's not too aggressive for ya but it will take whatever you give to it. And what I also like about it is it's asymmetrical so both in the sidecut and in the board shape itself, and in the core. It's softer on the heelside edge, it's got a tighter sidecut on the heelside edge and what that means is that it's easier to transfer your energy to your heelside edge. In layman's terms - it pretty much just makes for a great all-around ride for that intermediate to advanced level girl.
 
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Q: Hello everyone (: I went to my local seller looking for an Allmountainboard. I told him I'm mostly a groomer, not park at all, love to crush it in all conditions, with higher speeds, and do some off-pist fun, so more on the freeride side. A board on the stiffer side with nice edge control would be perfect for me, but not the most agressive thing out there, since I want it to by my fun-board. He showed me this board and it sounded amazing, but I came home to see it's a park board? I'm a little bit confused now, do you think this board is still a good match? What makes it a park board then? Thanks in advance!
Asked : Jan 15, 2017
By : Mary, Switzerland
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A:Actually its more of an all mountain freestyle board than a true park board as are most of the Gnu boards. It's a twin so you can definitely take it in the park if you so choose to, but the board is made to ride everywhere else as well. Our snowboard buyer uses it as her do everything board. It floats well in powder, holds an edge well in groomers and still has some play to screw around on. Its slightly less aggressive than the Bpro which really expects you to be on your game the entire time and is really just a solid all around board. Take a look at her (Jenna) video review about it.
Answered : Jan 16, 2017
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