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Gnu Park Pickle

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Brand: Gnu / Equipment Type: Snowboard / Sport: Snowboarding

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    The Gnu Park Pickle is / twin shaped Banana board for riders that want / freestyle board with / difference / Its BTX tech delivers easier catch-free freestyle riding, unreal powder float, unparalleled edge hold and improved steering. Its genius lies in the Asymmetric sidecut that balances the different turning mechanics required for heel and toe-side turns by giving the heel-side sidecut / slightly tighter radius than the toe-side. Its unique Asym Mervin AG/Aspen core, which blends genetically altered wood for lightweight strength, also allows for easier heel edge turns, as well as frontside spins for park supremacy. Finally the Pickle's durable 9900 sintered Alloy base delivers consistent speed in all conditions.Features: BTXAsym specific sidecutsTwin Asym geometrySintered base / fast and durableFlex rating: 5.5-6 depending on size (1 / soft/10 / stiff)Glossary: BTX: Banana/Magne Traction combo. Rocker between the feet blended w/flat-to-mild camber to the contact points / Focuses pressure between the feet for easy turns and great hold on ice, and mild pressure at the tip and tail for unreal float and catch-free freestyle.Magne Traction: Conventional skis and snowboards have two contact points. Magne-Traction boards have seven and deliver better edge hold! Control and turn initiation come from under your feet, not / foot and / half to either side of your feet, so when your two outside contact points lose grip, you've still got five more to take over!

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