Gnu releases limited edition women’s board, the Pickle Stallion PBTX

Gnu has released a new limited edition board, hyped as ‘a perfect release for a climactic ride,’ and ‘groomed for satisfaction.’ No subtle innuendos here, just wham-bam board tech for the ladies.

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More on this ‘perfect ride,’ provide courtesy of Gnu, below:

Near Canada, USA (Oct. 10, 2013) – With unbridled excitement Gnu releases a special limited edition board for the ladies, the Pickle Stallion PBTX! A perfect release for a climactic ride, and the ideal partner for a day of playful prancing on the snow. This graphic paired with Gnu’s Pickle technology has been created to stimulate the ladies to mount with bindings, and ride! The Pickle Stallion PBTX release is exclusive and limited to core shops or gnu.com.

Groomed for satisfaction, the Pickle Stallion will not disappoint, the PBTX is responsive and intuitive and oh so in tune with your body’s needs. As sensual asymmetric beings it makes perfect sense that our sidecut and core should be asymmetric as well. The deeper heelside sidecut and Banana contour between the bindings makes for effortless, catch-free turns and overall enjoyment in any terrain. This is no stubborn pony, the Pickle Stallion is fun and easy to ride! Strap into a Pickle Stallion and unleash the magic!

BOARD TECH

Twin Asymmetric Freestyle with Beveled Edge
PBTX
Magne-Traction
Flat Kink nose and tail jib stick
Core: Asyn AP1 (Aspen, Polonia)
CO-Ex PBT Top
UHMW sidewall
Co-Ex Base
Flex 4-5
Sizes: 141, 143, 146, 149, 155

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