Gnu B-Nice Yago Snowboard (Women's)
Style: BNICE 13
The Gnu B-Nice Yago Snowboard is an all-terrain Banana BTX board that allows you to explore the whole mountain. Whether you spend your time in the park, slashing secret pow stashes or just simply cruising the groomers, The B-Nice shreds it all. The blended rocker and camber of Banana BTX provides excellent float in powder and catch-free edges while riding the groomers and terrain park. Magne-Traction serrated edges provide great hold even when things start to ice up. With a true-twin shape, the B-Nice Yago has the same feel whether riding regular or switch. Dayglo swirls complete the graphics on this stand-out board.
- Flex: 4-5 (on 1 (forgiving) to 10 (stiff) scale) depending on size
- Design: All-mountain
- Shape: True Twin
- Camber: BTX Banana Tech rocker/ camber blend
- Waist Width: 23.7cm (Size 145); 23.9cm (Size 148); 24.1cm (Size 151)
- Banana Tech rocker in between feet for loose feel
- Magne-Traction serrated edge for great grip on ice
- True-Twin shape allows the same ride switch or regular
- Sandwich construction cuts weight in tip and tail
- Bi-axial glass for soft and consistent flex
- Light and durable UHMW sidewalls for low spin weight
- Mervin A.5 full Aspen wood core for strong, lively pop
Questions and Answers
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"Hi there, was looking for a board for my girlfriend for Japan next year, she is 150lb and wears size 10 burton boots with large bindings. Was wondering if the 151 would be wide enough for her? Cheers"
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Question by Paul on 10/31/2012 - 2:15 am
"I would recommend checking out the Ride Baretta Snowboard. This board is a bit wider so that she won't have toe drag."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/31/2012 - 2:08 pm
"Hi, I am intermediate all mountain female rider. I was riding the carbon credit series 153 for some years (the camber, no magne traction version) but found it too wide and long for me - big effort on edge to edge and turns. I am 5'7" (170 cm) 137-140lbs, 8 shoe size all mountain weekend rider, looking for easy control that does not give me sore legs after half a day. I have been riding 148 camber boards, but i find them a bit too short for me, I started looking for a 150 board. A friend suggested me to take the 148 cm version, stating that i can size down because of banana and magne traction technologies, and that the 151 toe and tail might start vibration at speed. Would you recommend the same, or the 151? Which one do you think i will feel more stable (at speed) and easy in the same time? Big thanx."
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Question by dians on 11/28/2012 - 4:11 am
""The B-Nice is a great option for you! If you are looking for more stability at speed you should size up to the 151 but smaller 148 board will able to initiate turns quicker. Either is a good choice depending on what you really value in your next snowboard. I think the 148 should be great for want but if you really want to bomb the hill I would go up to the 151.""
Answer by Steve (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/29/2012 - 6:34 pm
"I'm 5'7" 120-130 lbs and when I demoed a 145mm b-nice I felt like it lacked stability at higher speeds... do I need a bigger board or is it maybe just too soft? I stick mostly to the parks and intermediate slopes anyway, which it was great for..."
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Question by laneymd on 3/22/2013 - 10:35 pm
"A good size for you would be 146-148. Also, you may need stiffer board if if was loosing stability the fast you ride."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/26/2013 - 2:49 pm
"Hey there! I've had my heart set on this board for a while, but I want to make sure it's the right fit. I'm a pretty hard shredder, been riding over 10 years and I'll bomb down anything. I love it all - trees, steeps, park. Do you think this is the one or would you recommend something else? Also, I am 5'4" 130lbs, but I have always ridden long boards, my last couple have been 152's which I know is huge for me so I'm considering downsizing to 148/49...It would be nice to get that extra ease in the park but I really don't want to compromise too much speed. what do you think? Thanks for your help!!!"
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Question by Julia on 11/22/2013 - 1:51 pm