GNU B-Street BTX

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In the snowy urban jungle or in the park at your favorite mountain, the Gnu Women’s B-Street BTX Snowboard has got a hunger for freestyle flavor. This playful feature slayer is a jib focused stick that packs loads of pop and fun flex in order to get silly anywhere you fancy. Tons of durability has been built into this deck so you can beat it around on the all the concrete and metal pieces you like to trick off of. A classic Banana shape puts some rocker between your feet that allows for easy turning and pow flotation. Magne-Traction edges give you some serious bite for really digging in and charging hard on that crusty snow. Be cool, be rad, be groovy, be whatever you want with the Gnu Women’s B-Street BTX Snowboard.

Traction and Grip:

  • Magne-Traction edges

Features:

  • Twin Jib Freestyle
  • Aspen wood core
  • Sintered base
  • Beveled edges
  • Rocker between feet with subtle camber towards tips
  • Co Ex Topsheet
  • Handbuilt in the USA
  • True twin shape with centered stance
  • UHMW sidewalls
Backcountry.com

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.


Snowboards.net (2014)

The GNU B-Street is the only snowboard that I know goes both ways in terms of being tested by both men and women. The B-Street was one of top tested boards for both genders by Snowboarding Magazine this year. I do not blame guys for riding this board with its aggressive BTX this board still has lots of pop and the flexibility of a jib board while maintaining the ability to surf the pow. Throw Magnetraction into the mix and behold a snowboard that will have the most amazing edge hold on the mountain. The GNU B-Street is such a fun banana it will change the way you perceive the mountain whether being a beginner or a crafty veteran.


Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


Evo (2014)
Streets, mountains, or parks, the world is your playground when you're riding the GNU B-Street BTX Snowboard. The B-Street is a jib focused twin freestyle park slayer with the original Banana rocker that can still perform outside of the park due to the award winning Magne-traction technology. This board has a fun, poppy flex that's perfect for freestyle riding and it won't soften up and turn to mush after beating it down on metal and concrete if that's what you decide to ride. Backside 180 this, frontside 1080 that, and surf through some pow, no big deal on the GNU B-Street BTX Snowboard.

Tactics.com
The B-Street BTX Women's Snowboard from Gnu is a playful park slayer that’s become a solid staple of the women’s line. It’s a jib focused twin freestyle Banana that can still perform outside of the park thanks to award winning Magne-Traction technology. Go ahead and dull your edges down, you will still be able to hold your edge and carve like those hardbooters if you want to after hitting up that urban rail. The B-Street has a fun, poppy flex that’s perfect for freestyle and it won’t turn to mush after beating it down on metal and concrete if that’s what you’re into. Combine a little attitude with this classic Banana and there is nowhere you can’t go. Streets, mountains, or parks… the world is your playground with the B-Street.

Christy Sports

GNU B Street Snowboard - Women's:  Looks that kill, art by Nick Russian!  The GNU B-Street is a park slayer that’s become a solid staple to the women’s line. Jib focused twin freestyle that still shreds outside the park thanks to: that's right, Magne-Traction!  The B-Street has a fun, poppy flex that’s perfect for freestyle and it won’t turn to mush after beating it down on metal and concrete if that’s what you’re into. Combine a little attitude with this classic Banana and there is nowhere you can’t go. Streets, mountains, or parks… the world is your playground with the B-Street.


Zappos.com
Slay the parks with the jibbing power of the Gnu® Women's B-Street BTX!
shape.
BTX 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.
Magne-Traction features serrated edges that give great edge hold all over the mountain especially on hard pack and ice.
A1-Aspen Core provides long-lasting pop and great feel.
Sintered Base features a compression hardened amorphous UHMW skived from the billet to create the toughest, fastest, best wax holding base material around.
Ultra High Molecular Weight exterior sidewalls made from soy-based elastomer are laminated to five internal wood layers for totally bombproof sidewalls.
Co-extruded topsheet.
Made in the U.S.A.
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Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:8.1m (@149cm)
Base Material:Sintered P-tex
Base Name:Sintered Base
Base/Speed:Sintered 9900 Alloy Base
Board Size:145 cm
Board Width:Regular
Camber Profile:Flat / Rocker / Flat
Camber Tech:Mervin Banana Tech (BTX)
Construction Materials:BTX
Construction Type:Sidewall Construction
Contact Length:111 cm
Core Material:A1 Aspen
Core Name:A1 (Aspen)
Edges:MagneTraction
Extras: Construction Standards and Oddities Mervin Manufacturing EnvironMENTAL Construction Co-Ex PBT Top Sheet About the Art: Nick Russian
Flex:Medium
Flex Rating:Soft▼Stiff
Flex/Pop/Stability: UHMW External Sidewalls Birch Internal Sidewalls A1 Core
Hole Pattern:Standard 4 Hole
Magnatraction:Yes
Model #:3213215
Mounting Type:4-Hole Insert Pattern
Nose Width:27.7 cm
Pipe Oriented:No
Recommended Use:Freestyle
Ride Style: All Mountain Park Jibs & Jumps
Rocker Profile:Rocker
Rocker Type:BTX Banana Tech
Shape:True Twin
Shipping Restriction:This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Side Cut:8 m
Sidecut/Edge Control:Magne-Traction (MTX) Serrated Edges
Sidewalls:Ultra High Molecular Weight
Skill Level:Intermediate to Advanced
Special Features:New Beveled Edge
Stance:19.24 - 24 in
Stance Setback:Centered
Stance Width:19.24-24in
Suggested Use: Park Laps Big Booters & Halfpipe Rails & Jibs Powder & Trees Mellow Cruising/Beginners All-Around Fun
Tail Width:27.7 cm
Topsheet:Co Ex Top
Waist Width:241mm (@149cm)
Warranty:1 Year Warranty
Weight:80 - 160 lbs
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Positive Reviews:

2014 Gnu B Street Snowboard Review

Hi, my name's Kara, and I just got off the Gnu B Street. I'd like to give it a 4 out of 5 stars. It's a nice, intermediate board for someone who's looking to play around, anything on the hill, a little bit of park, it's a ton of fun and I gotta give it 4 out of 5 stars.
Kara V. at Skis.com on 10/10/2013

Neutral Reviews:

2014 Gnu B Street Snowboard Review

Hi, I'm Jenna. I just got off the Gnu B Street. I'd give this board 3 out of 5 stars. It's a solid board for your intermediate, maybe to advanced level girl who is just looking for something she can take kind of everywhere on the mountain, as well as in the park. The reason I gave it 3 out of 5 stars, for me, I didn't feel like I could really really bring it up to speed like something like the B Pro, where it got a little bit chattery, it's definitely on the softer side and the magnatraction helps with that, but being banana, it's still a little squirrely if you do take it up to speed. If you want to take it in the park though, it was fun there, it's definitely not as soft as something like the B Nice, a little bit more stability at higher speeds, but just sort of kind of that middle of the road, all around board for you again, intermediate level rider.
Jenna R. at Skis.com on 09/09/2013