Aims to please.
- 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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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!!
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.
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
I love this board, easy to butter on but not as much pop as I would like for my jumps.
Amazing board. I love the magnatraction. Great board for all-mountain riding!
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.
What are the major differences between...
What are the major differences between this model and the bpro?
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.