Handbuilt by snowboarders with actual jobs at Mervin MFG. using eco woods and environmentally friendly construction techniques, the GNU Pickle PBTX Snowboard is as green as pickles get. Get the banana in between your feet and enjoy a poppy camber/ rocker/ camber board with asymmetrical balance.
BTX Fun Easy All Terrain Rocker Rocker between your feet combined with flat to mild cambers out to the contact. Easy riding and turning, great jibbing and epic float in pow.
Flex Rating 5.5 - 6.5 depending on size
Twin Asym Freestyle Also in wides!
Pickle Tech Look at your toes. Now look at your heels. Hmm, they look different. Weird? Different sidecuts and construction to balance the different turning mechanics required for heelside and toeside turns let you ride better and have more balanced fun through asymmetry.
Asym AP1 Aspen, Palonia
Fast, rugged UHMW sidewalls
Sintered Base Compression hardened amorphous UHMW skived from the billet to create the toughest, fastest, best wax holding base material around. This base slides best and fastest when waxed regularly to match local snow conditions.
Magne-Traction™ The hot commodity in edge-technology; Magne-Traction maximizes your edge hold between your feet so you have better control and stability even on the iciest slopes. Magne-Traction varies in the serration depending on the board; regardless it will deliver a catch free ride any day. Magne-Traction™ features 7 strategically located and sized bumps along each side of your sidecut.
Co Ex Top Polyester topsheet material
This graphic was a happening between two visual experimenters: Matt French and Gnu Art Director Tim Karpinski. Collaborating back and forth from different states of mind they settled on this whirlygig.
Good times guaranteed
2 x 4
|Effective Edge (mm)||1080||1110||1140||1140||1170||1170||1200||1200|
|Tip Width (mm)||281||286||292||304||294||304||298||308|
|Waist Width (mm)||246||249||252||265||255||265||255||265|
|Tail Width (mm)||281||286||292||304||294||304||298||308|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||8 / 7.2||8.1 / 7.3||8.2 / 7.4||8.2 / 7.4||8.3 / 7.5||8.3 / 7.5||8.3 / 7.5||8.3 / 7.5|
|Stance Setback (mm)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Stance Range (in)||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0||20.25-25.0|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||70-150||80-160||90-170||95-190||100-200||120-220||140-250||150-270|
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Comments about GNU Pickle PBTX Snowboard 2014:
I am 5'6" at 140 lbs. I rode a size 147 which felt very small being that I normally ride between a 153-156. I am an advance snowboarder that spends more time in the side country than I do in the park. I normally ride all-mountain boards that are considered quiver killers. Boards that I have liked in the past are the Rome Agent and O-Matic Sweet. The Park Pickle at 147 felt small for my size but was extremely fun to ride. The board was very soft and felt very jibby. Despite the soft flex and banana rocker, the board had great edge hold on the hardpacked and the base was quick even through heavy snow. I was able to generate a decent amount of speed when approaching a park kicker and was able to get a decent amount of airtime despite the small size of the board. I have ridden a wide range of board sizes, but would recommend going smaller on the park pickle to take full advantage of the soft flex. As a park board, at my experience level this board felt perfect. I would have liked to ride a slightly longer Park Pickle, but the short size did not have any major affects on my riding.