The Gnu Women's B-Street BTX Snowboard has been around for a while, clearing the path and setting the example for other women's freestyle boards. This Banana-rockered, true-twin freestyle machine sets its sights on jibbing both in the park and in the street, but also can fulfill your freeride needs after storms dump a fresh load of powder.
The Banana profile gives it a loose feel so you can wind up for spins and ride away from from sketchy landings without catching an edge and faceplanting. Beveled edges reduce hang-ups so you can take to the streets and start sliding rails as soon as you take the B-Street of the plastic. Magne-Traction technology features multiple contact points along the running edges to help you navigate icy parks and slippery slopes with ease while everyone else is eating it left and right. The lightweight aspen wood core is snappy for boosting big ollies and linking quick turns so you can turn wherever you may be shredding into your own personal skatepark.
- Rocker between feet with subtle camber towards tips
- True twin shape with centered stance
- Magne-Traction edges
- Beveled edges
- Aspen wood core
- Sintered base
- UHMW sidewalls
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is this women's version of street series?...
is this women's version of street series? is it okay 5'7" 170lb guy like me to ride for park & jibbing?!
Yes this is the women's version.
The biggest difference between a mens and womens board (besides the graphic) is the width of the board. This board in a 153 is 7mm more narrow than the 149 in the GNU Dragon Street Series. If you have small boots there shouldn't be a problem. If your boots are bigger than size 9 you'll most likely get some toe and heel drag on the women's version.