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Gnu B-Pro Snowboard - Women's

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    Barrett knows best.

    When it comes to relationships or snowboard technology, twenty years is a long time—which is why the Gnu Women's B-Pro C3-BTX Snowboard is well-known as one of the longest-running, women-specific pro model boards on the market. Not only that, but the B-Pro is back yet again, this time with perhaps its greatest graphic yet and a powerful camber-dominant profile to help you shred everything (from peak to pipe) harder and faster with greater control and stability.

    As Barrett Christy's weapon of choice for everything from steep and deep pow days at Crested Butte to the Baker Banked Slalom, the B-Pro is known for destroying everything in its path. The C3 Banana profile features aggressive camber zones outside the bindings for powerful turns, enhanced edge control, and poppy ollies, while mild rocker between your feet adds a forgiving feel and float in powder.

    Magne-Traction edges are serrated to slice through ice likes it's fresh corduroy, so you'll be carving down bulletproof slopes with confidence as everyone else is sliding out on their little butts. A twin shape makes it easier to stomp landings switch and keeps the spin weight balanced for smooth rotations. Not to mention, you can feel good about your purchase knowing that the Bio Bean topsheet is made from castor beans instead of petroleum-based plastics, and the lightweight and strong tri-blend wood core comes from fast-growing, sustainably harvested trees—so you're not contributing to the destruction of the rain forests. On top of all that, the B-Pro was made in the USA by snowboarders with jobs so you're truly supporting the industry when you take this board for a spin.

    • All-terrain, twin board that offers powerful freestyle riding
    • Medium flex provides the ideal blend of stability and playfulness
    • Aggressive camber with mild rocker makes for easy turning and float
    • Tri-blend wood core is sustainably harvested and super strong
    • Fiberglass blend is the perfect combination of flex and response
    • Bio Beans topsheet is made from castor beans instead of plastic
    • Magne-Traction edges grips the iciest of runs all season
    • Sintered base keeps you riding at max speed every day
    • Gnu is hand built in Washington, USA since 1977
    • Item #GNU004C

    Tech Specs

    143 cm, 146 cm, 149 cm, 152 cm, 155 cm
    C3 BTX (camber dominant, mild rocker between bindings)
    Effective Edge
    [143cm] 1090 mm, [146cm] 1110 mm, [149cm] 1130 mm, [152cm] 1150 mm, [155cm] 1180 mm
    Waist Width
    [143cm] 235 mm, [146cm] 238 mm, [149cm] 242 mm, [152cm] 244 mm, [155cm] 248 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [143cm] 7.9 m, [146cm, 149cm] 8.1 m, [152cm] 8.2 m, [155cm] 8.3 m
    Stance Width
    [143cm, 146cm] 18.5 - 23.5 in, [149cm, 152cm, 155cm] 19.24 - 24 in
    Stance Setback
    aspen, Columbian gold
    triax, biax glass
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    My goal was to find a board that allowed me to make big beautiful carves on groomers at fast speeds, to master a bit of buttery playful stuff, to surf through deep powder and to swing through the park and hit a couple of jumps (very mellow ones) without trouble. I was asking for a lot. The Gnu B-Pro does it all. This thing is super stable at high speeds but somehow still playful. I'm able to grab a solid edge when I'd like (thats the magna traction? I think) but cruise easily between riding regular and switch, getting buttery. As it's been absolutely dumping snow since I first got this thing out, I've been able to test it out in deeper snow conditions. Super fun, but not as easy to ride in powder. I really need to actively ride and control my nose so it doesn't dig in. This doesn't bother me at all as I prefer a more aggressive type of riding, but you'll need to keep that nose up. The slight rocker between the feet gives some lift but nothing like a full blown rocker board. I enjoy the camber under foot as I can really feel the movement. For the few things I have jumped off of, the landings have been super stable. I'd recommend this board to anyone trying to progress their riding in the all-mountain style but be aware you'll need to be very engaged in the deeper pow. This thing is so, so fun. Also, as someone who prefers the color gray to all else, the graphic is not nearly as obnoxious in person.