All of the tech and athlete feedback that have gone into the Ladies Choice have been geared towards making the board as easy and natural to ride as possible, while still giving pro riders all the tools they need to podium in slopestyle events.
It has the EC2 PBTX profile which places rocker between your feet with camber reaching out to the contact points, a sustainably sourced wood core, and Magne Traction edges for better hold in icy conditions.
But the thing that really impressed me when I rode the Ladies Choice, was the A.S.S Pickle technology, which makes the board super easy to ride. Pickle technology was born from the realization that the turn mechanics of your heel and toe-side edges are radically different, and that snowboard design should cater to those differences. Towards that end, the Ladies choice has a softer heelside flex, asymmetric contact angles, and asymmetric tip and tail shapes.
[The day I took the Ladies Choice for some laps in the park, it was cold and sunny, with standard hardpack conditions.] I liked the medium flex of the board right from the start— playful enough to butter and press on rails but also stable enough for the bigger jumps. And the natural feel of the board made it easy to be creative with different features in the park.
If you spend most of your time riding park and are serious about upping your game, the Gnu Ladies Choice is your next snowboard.

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