Is that a pickle in your quiver? Why yes, yes it is.
Gnu originally debuted their asymmetrical PTX on the Park Pickle, giving duck-footed freestyle riders around the world improved stability and balance. The women's version offers the same awesome ride, with a custom-tuned flex and waist width to better suit female shredders.
- Pickle Tech twin asymmetrical shape uses a deeper heel-edge sidecut for better balance and control both regular and switch
- BTX rocker profile cuts down on edge catches and improves float in deep snow
- Magne-Traction serrated edges improve grip in firm conditions
- Snappy A.5 wood core is sustainably farmed in the Pacific Northwest
- Sintered base absorbs oodles of wax for a fast, durable ride
Share your thoughts
My friend has this board and I've used it several times. I love the soft flex, and it has helped me progress in the park and with pressing. She is sick of me stealing it, so I will have to get my own pickle this season.
Bought this 4 my girlfriend, she luvs it.Already doing nose presses
on day 1.pretty fast base, hitting medium sized kickers (25ft) in spring
conditions at mammoth.big fan!
I ride last year's Gnu Park Pickle and it's the best board I've had so far! It has helped me progress a lot! Makes powder days even better, great in the park (even I'm doing tricks with this board!), holds its edge at high speed. The board has a very durable and fast base that is easy to maintain.
However if you want a board for carving turns, you should maybe get something else. Apart from that the Park Pickle beats every board I've had so far!
Let's make magic
I rode this board a few times, and I dig it. I can tell it's different on the heelside because it's asymmetrical but I got used to it fast. It is REALLY fun to cruise and turn with, and I had no problems ollieing onto rails and off rollers. It is SOFT. That's not a bad thing though, I love doing nosepresses. I don't think it's as poppy as I'd like, but it's do-able. If you're thinking of this board, I say get it!