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All this talk of pickles and big feet is making us all hot and bothered.

What do you get when you mix bananas, pickles, balance-enhancing asymmetric sidecut, and freestyle performance that carries over to the whole mountain? Why, you get the Gnu Park Pickle BTX Wide Snowboard. Big-footed folks can now focus on the jibbing-at-hand rather than unwanted toe and heel drag. The lightweight Aspen core can handle your hefty dogs while providing snap and response.
  • Asym toe and heelside specific sidecut provide the balance needed for park prowess
  • Go all-mountain ape$#!+ with BTX (Banana rocker with Magne-Traction edge) technology
  • Durable sintered base likes to hold wax and go fast

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5 5

F--k those tiny-footed tricksters!

This board is the answer for bigfoots to break into freestyle. Oh, you thought you had to sacrifice flex and pop because of your enormous hooves? Nope (Chuck Testa).

The amount of flex is incredible, and this thing is so light and easy to pick up and swing around. The BTX and asym heelcut do their job; You won't even notice them. I found it to be chattery at high speeds, but I brought my feet in from maximum width to a slightly narrower stance and that smoothed out my ride alot.

The Park Pickle made me a better snowboarder, and I normally hate pickles.

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How does the assymetrical sidecut affect...

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How does the assymetrical sidecut affect how the board rides?