B-Pro C2 BTX
Barrett's All Terrain Fun Freeride/Freestyle
Barrett’s proven C2 model is perfect for freestyle and freeriders of all abilities in any terrain. The C2 Banana tech floats easily in powder holds on ice and hardpack and is great in jib and park situations. The B-Pro contributes a portion of each sale to B4BC as it has for the last decade. www.b4bc.org. Art by Adam Haynes.
- 2013 TransWorld Snowboarding – Good Wood
- 2013 Snowboarder Mag – Best of Test
- Sizes 146, 149, 152, 155
- Shape True Twin
- About the Art
Adam Haynes brings his magic to everything he does. His B-Pro fantasy graphic for 13/14 is the liquid continuation of the steamy love story that we introduced last season. The dream continues from the mountains down to the ocean as the pegacorns stir up a frothy wet romance scene for the underwater lovers. Let your imagination run wild with this graphic… or check Gnu.com for the first chapter and the full love story as told by Tina Fairbanks. More of Adam’s art at Stickfort.com
- Co-Lab Binding
Weird CinemaCheck out the video!
- Weird Science
- Construction - Handbuilt by Snowboarders with Jobs
- Magne-Traction Edge Grip - "Turns Ice Into Powder"
- Liquid Crystal Polymer - Tempered Polymer
- Make Magic - Magic
- Weird Wood - GNU Sustainable Natural Fiber or SNF
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
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Name: Maria DeBari
Astro sign: Virgo
What year did you start riding: 1995
Stance: 21.5″ / 0° Back / 21° Front
Tell me a story about a day on your board:
Once upon a time when ordinary life seemed a little dull, I embarked on a journey in search of an energy vortex that would rebirth my soul. For the first time in 26,000 years, the sun, moon, and constel- lation Pleides aligned in a solar eclipse directly over Mt. Shasta. I entrusted my magical B-Pro split board and together we made the pilgrimage up the mighty south face to the summit. At 6:26pm on May 20, the moon slid completely in front of the sun and a portal opened, denoted by a series of eight radiating circular rainbows of which my shadow was the center. If I jumped, I could spend my life living among the Lemurians in the girth of Mt. Shasta. It was a tough decision, but in the end I realized that split boards would have no use inside the mountain, and I still had plans to ride mine. I waved to the Lemurians as the moon slipped by the sun and the portal closed. Then I strapped into my B-Pro split board and the lovers, the pegasus unicorns, and I rode off the summit of Mt. Shasta in perfect corn snow conditions. My soul has been recharged and I have no regrets.
These split boards share the same tech as the B-pro, one of the top selling women’s boards of all time. Split boards aren’t just for big mountain hippies anymore! The B-pro splits truly open up a world of adventure and magic to riders of all backgrounds and abilities. I finally got to put a Gnu girls team trip together and squeeze all the activities that I love to do into one week in my home area. We did an S4 trip on the Olympic Peninsula, in Mervin’s backyard. Snowboarder Mag will do a better job of telling the story but it was one of those weeks that came together even better than I imagined. Powder to ride, B-Pro splits to access the goods, sunshine to light up the mountain, waves to wake up to, and a fun motivated crew to ride, surf, skate and spa with.