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Your new weapon for winter rails.

The Gnu B-Street BTX Women’s Snowboard dominates any terrain park or city rail sesh thanks to reverse-camber Banana Technology and a buttery soft flex. Magne-Traction edges help this board turn well even in icy parks, and the sintered, wax-infused base stands up to scratches while still allowing easy repair if you get jacked on some rail. Gnu gave this board a true twin shape and flex, so you can step to any feature and still charge switch with confidence.

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Hey - So I have been debating between the...

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Hey - So I have been debating between the GNU B Pro BTX and the Skate Banana Narrow 148..... I want the softer of the two boards and someone mentioned this board. Which of these boards is the softest ... I live in Colorado and want a board I can take in the park as well as the pow. Thanks!

Can someone submit a user photo of this...

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Can someone submit a user photo of this board? Also, how does this board do for all-mountain? I'll be using it mostly for freestyle, but when I want to ride the mountain, I'm wondering if it's stable at higher speeds? How soft is it? Thanks for your help!

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This is the softest in the line so I would get the B-nice or something if you plan on something all mountain too. THis is a bomber rails and kicker board but not much else. Sorry no pics.

I was considering buying this board. i...

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I was considering buying this board. i currently ride a 150 solace but i was told by a guy that i'd need to get a bigger btx board because they're more flexible? i'm 150lb, do you think a 149 b-street would do or should i go for a 152 / 154? Thanks.

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Well it depends on a few things. First, the type of riding you like to do. The longer boards will float over the powder better and be more stable while the shorter ones will be easier to control in the terrain park and depending on you skill level, on the slope as well. I would probably go with the 152, considering it's not much of a change from what you're used to already, (just 2cm longer) and it'll be a little more stable for you.

Wat binding works well with this board???...

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Wat binding works well with this board??? I just brought me one and am super excited for the season!!

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k2 virtue look like they would match well and perform well for this board.