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GNU Riders Choice C2PBTX Wide Snowboard Blem

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Specs

Type:
  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
  • Powder
Shape:
  • Twin
Camber:
  • Hybrid
  • C2PBTX
Flex: Medium/Stiff
Width: Wide
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Mervin Ag1 Sustainable Woodcore
Base:
  • Sintered
Sidecut:
  • Magne-Traction
  • Pickles
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: GNU Riders Choice C2PBTX Wide Snowboard Blem

The 2013 GNU Riders Choice C2PBTX Wide is an all-terrain freestyle pickle designed with a specific focus on park. C2 Banana Camber combo geometries provide confidence building end to end stability on big park and backcountry booters. Float in pow, have you control in critical situations, slide through rails and pop on anything you can drop. Your jib board is now your pow board and your pow board is now your park board with the GNU Riders Choice C2PBTX Wide Snowboard.

This board has some minor cosmetic defects-nothing that affects the performance

Key Features of the GNU Riders Choice C2 PBTX Wide Snowboard:
  • C2 BTX Banana Camber Combo
  • Magne-Traction
  • New! Twin Asym. Geometries
  • Balance Through Asymmetry
  • Mervin Ag1 Sustainable Woodcore
  • Quasi Glass
  • Sintered Base
  • Regular Flex- 5 - 7
  • Length (cm): 158W, 162W, 166W
  • Effective Edge (cm): 120 (158W), 122.5 (162W), 125 (166W)
  • Tip/Tail Width (cm): 31.1 (158W), 31.2 (162W), 31.3 (166W)
  • Waist Width (cm): 26.8 (158W), 26.8 (162W), 26.8 (166W)
  • Sidecut (m): 7.8 (158W), 8 (162W), 8.1 (166W)

Riders Choice C2BTX Wide Blem


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GNU Riders Choice C2PBTX Wide Snowboard Blem
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Blake S: Looked to be the best set up for my style of riding being 6'3" and a size 13 shoe the wide board will hopefully give me a great ride as well as having the hybrid technology to give me control along with the pickle tech to go with it. Oct 12, 2013
A shopper asked: I am 5 foot 9 inches and weigh 195. I am super fit and very strong. What size board would you recommend? Oct 14, 2013
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Blake S: I got this board because I'm tall an have size 13 boots so the wider riders choice board gives u greater stability overall an a smoother more enjoyable ride! The banana tech in the board lets you ride with ease an not have u thinking about catching an edge all the time. Size wise I would say aroud a 155 or something would be in tbe best ball park. If your are going to ride in the park rather than normal runs or powder get a 152 or so If you are looking to ride powder an more mountain style an wanna cruise a little bigger board might be more fun. Overall with the way this board is I think you'd be happy with it regaurdless of size so I would guess getting a 155 or around there.

Hope that helps man
Oct 29, 2013
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Brandon C: A 156-159 standard width. Most charts will tell you to go based on weight but your height is the target

If you want more control and agility go 156. If you board powder or want pure speed look at the 159 range

I'm 290lbs and 6`8" I ride a 164 wide in all conditions. This is will be my 3rs riders choice and they are by far the best board I've ridden for multiuse

I've been boarding since 1989 and this is my 18th board. I used to size boards and teach lessons at mountain in Idaho
Nov 11, 2013
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Devin C: You can reference the size chart that The-House provides. (click on any board and there will be a link next to where it asks what size you want)

Ultimately, it depends on what kind of riding you will be doing most of the time. If you don't plan on hitting the park at all and just want to free-ride the whole mountain, I would recommend a longer board (161-164). But if you're going to hit the park, you'll want to go shorter (158-160)
Oct 18, 2013
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Matt GStaff: You could ride any size deck between 156cm and 160cm. Are you asking about the Gnu Rider Choice in particular? Oct 15, 2013
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