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2014 Gnu B-Pro C2BTX Snowboard Review

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All Mountain Freestyle boards are for carving and the park

Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Our Price: $549.99

Watch 2014 Gnu B-Pro C2BTX Snowboard Video Reviews:


Jenna R.'s Review Rating:

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Hi, I'm Jenna. I just got off the Gnu B Pro. I'd give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is a great board for your advanced level girl who really wants an aggressive board that really rips. So, the B Pro comes in two different options this year. This one that I rode was the C3, it also comes in the C2BTX, and what that means is they both have magnatraction, which is going to give you more contact points with the snow, more edge hold, super fun at high speeds, very aggressive, but the difference is the C2, they both have rocker between the feet and then camber in the tip and the tail underneath the bindings, but what's different is the C3 which I rode today has a shorter rocker zone. What that means is that the C3 is a lot more aggressive, so I ride the C2 on a daily basis, that's my go to board, what I've always liked about that board is it can be very aggressive, very fun at high speeds, but you can also play on it, because of that rocker between the bindings. With the C3, it's just a little bit more aggessive, you know, it's definitely not for the girl who is that intermediate rider, not really sure of herself. This thing pops in and out of turns very aggressively and it's a lot of fun. So, if you're looking at this board, if you're looking for an advanced level board, you want something a little bit more versatile, go with the C2, but if you want something that's just a hard charging, fast board, then go with the C3.


Kara V.'s Review Rating:

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Hi, my name is Kara and I just finished riding the (Gnu) B Pro C3. This board at top speed is a 5 out of 5 stars. If you're just playing around, it's probably a 3 out of 5. It's got a whole lot of edge, you got some great edge control when you're rolling as fast as you can, but just playing around, doesn't have a lot of pop to it, but it's still a great board all around. Once again, I'd give it 5 out of 5 on high speeds.


Emily B.'s Review Rating:

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Hi, I'm Emily. I just got off of the Gnu B Pro. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars today for an advanced to expert women's ripper. If you really like to go fast, like to have a board that's stable under your feet, something that you can really lay a carve into and it'll respond, then this is that board for you. It does give you a lot of energy in and out of the turns, it's not incredibly lively, if you're looking for something to get some air and to do some pops with, it's not quite that board, but if you want something that rips, want something that can charge on soft snow or hard pack, then this would be the one for you.


Kelsey M.'s Review Rating:

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Hi, i'm Kelsey I just got off the GNU B Pro. This is a great board for that intermediate advanced rider looking to throw in some carves down the hill. It's great with speed, holds an edge it's not very flexible though. Pretty stiff it's great for that charge down the hill, keep your edge in and looking to advance your carving so I give it a 4/5.

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