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Gnu Rider's Choice C2 BTX Snowboard 2012 Product Reviews

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Gnu Rider's Choice C2 BTX Snowboard 2012

Rating: (5.00)
Reviews: 1

Awesome (Report Review)
Sep 27, 2011 by Dakota
Consumer rating: (5)
Having ridden the GNU Danny Kass previously, no suprises, they’re very similar boards. Both use the GNU rocker profile and have similar waist widths, Magnatraction edges, smooth buttery pops when initiating spins and ridiculously forgiving landings. However, the clever folks at Mervin have managed to squeeze a little bit of extra technology into the Park Pickle.

The Asymmetric sidecut means that heelside carves required less effort to crank, bit of a bonus if you’ve eradicated forward lean on your high-backs for hitting rails. Kickers and rails were an absolute joy and inspired masses of confidence due to the catch free run-ins and the skateboard-y feel underfoot. As far as I can see, the only foreseeable issue with the Park Pickle is the heavily rocker nose and tail which if landed on heavily wash out, so probably not the best board to go dropping cliffs on. Anyone from Beginner to pro who’s looking for a park or piste bashing ride will enjoy spinning and flipping about on the GNU Park Pickle. If you’re looking to land big tricks into tail heavy powder you might be better looking at a slightly stiffer less forgiving board withough such a pronounced rocker.

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