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The GNU Women’s B-Nice BTX Series Snowboard hates to disappoint, so it somehow manages to be everything to everyone. Expert riders looking for a board that doesn’t wipe out their beer fund will revel in the B-Nice’s rad advanced technology, while newbies will find these same features fun, forgiving, and confidence-building. For all the B-Nice’s efforts, Transworld Snowboarding recognized it with a pat on the head and the 2009 Good Wood award.
  • Curved Banana Tech Rocker gives you extra maneuverability in the park and on the slopes, as well as more float in the powder
  • Serrated Magne-Traction edges give you seven points of contact with the snow to help you slice through crud and cling to steeps with confidence
  • Flexy wood core is crafted from sustainably farmed wood, making the N-Bice a little more earth-friendly, too

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5 5

Love Love Love

this snowboard is amazing the flex on the board is so legit and i got a really sweet deal on it. I highly recommend the b-nice and the b-street both are wicked nice boards!!

5 5

Love it

I love this board! I thought I loved my last one, had a a tough time moving on....til I strapped into this one. I'm an intermediate rider, nothing fancy. Like my little jumps and baby boxes. The last board I had is from like 2002, so the rocker was quite impressive to me. Very forgiving, still had good pop with what I'd consider to be a solid landing. I'm 5'9" about 170-175lbs so this board would be considered "too small" for me, but so far I love it. Goes as fast as I'd like it to and seems to support me just fine. I wasn't too hyped about the graphics when I saw it online...bought it more for the reviews and price. Turns out I love the graphics as well. All around a great board.

5 5

b-nice vs. b-street

they're both great.... best boards ever. i could try them noth out though. i like the b-street better, but that's just me. it's all about what you're gunna use it for more, you can consider the b-pro too but anything by gnu is def what you want to go for

4 5

Love it.

I love this board, easy to butter on but not as much pop as I would like for my jumps.

5 5

GNU Bnice

Amazing board. I love the magnatraction. Great board for all-mountain riding!

5 5

easy riding that doesn't fail to perform

I have ridden Gnu/ Lib boards for the better part of my 18+ years of riding - specifically the B-Street for the last two. While I LOVED the B-Street, I never found it to really break in or flex smoothly, even after 180 days on it. I am small and have always had difficulty "breaking in" boards, boots, bindings, etc., so I decided to go with softer everything for a change this year. The B-Street was my friend from the first moment I rode it. It just felt smooth and comfortable. As a huge fan of the BTX technology, and being "used to" the B-Street, the B-Nice is everything the B-Street was, but "nicer." It makes riding EVERYTHING easier, and instructing (i.e. riding slowly with many edge changes, butters, transitions, switch, etc.) a breeze. If you're looking for an easy-riding but responsive board that holds up under a bit of a push, this is your board.

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Picked this up for my wife, who's fairly new, and unsure where the centered position to mount her bindings are on the board. It seems most boards identify the notches, but I did not see it for this board. Suggestions?

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I've never seen a board with notches to mark where to put your bindings for it to be centered. The centered position of the binding will vary based on how wide you want your stance. If you want it centered you need to measure from the binding to the nose and the binding to the tail and make sure they are the same distance. I'd probably just take a tape measure and experiment with moving the bindings around, seeing what stance width is comfortable for her. Also, youtube's got a bunch of tutorials on how to figure your stance out, etc.

What are the major differences between...

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What are the major differences between this model and the bpro?

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This board will be a little more forgiving than the BPro (the combination of flex and camber profile make it less likely for you to catch an edge). The B Nice has a softer flex (which is not as good for going really fast or riding really steep stuff). It also has BTX which is banana rocker - while the BPro has C2BTX (cambered tip and tail with rocker under foot). The C2BTX adds a little pop but can also make your edges a little more catchy. Overall - the B Nice is going to be fun and easy to ride - it will be a good park board - or a good board to learn/improve your skills on. The BPro is more for hard charging and going big.