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Forest Bailey prefers his signature Gnu Pickle PBTX Snowboard while dispensing his patented brand of skate-influenced shredulation (yes, we DID just make that word up). And considering the pressable Banana profile, balanced asym Pickle Tech shape, and trippy-ass graphic, it's easy to see why.

  • Asymmetrical Pickle Tech uses a deeper sidecut on your heelside edge for improved balance and control, especially with a ducked-out stance
  • BTX rocker profile lifts your contact points up off the snow for easier butters and presses, better pow float, and fewer edge catches
  • Twin shape for equal radness both regular and switch
  • Magne-Traction serrated edges add contact points to improve edge hold in firm snow
  • Full aspen wood core for lightweight pop
  • Sintered base absorbs plenty of wax to improve speed and durability

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Getting weird with gnu

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This board so far has been great, its a great park board, and its fun in pow as well!


How is this board on powder?

How is this board on powder?

Hey there,

This board is primarily meant to be used in the park. However, the BTX rocker profile will definitely provide some added float should you choose to take it in the pow. There are just certainly better options out there if you're looking for a powder board.