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C3 BTX All Terrain Freestyle

SIZES 143 146 149 152 155

  • 2015 Snowboard Magazine – Platinum Pick

$549.95 USD

$569.95 CAD

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The most refined board in women’s snowboarding. Barrett began working on the B Pro with a focus on pipe and park championships. Riding Crested Butte, Vail and Mt Baker, free riding, deep pow and the Baker Banked Slalom were always on her design radar. Constantly tweaking and refining this board over the years with Gnu’s design team has landed this board on the podium in every event imaginable. The B Pro is guaranteed to win the day at your local mountain. Proceeds support Boarding For Breast Cancer.
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Art by Adam Haynes

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  • C3 BTX Image C3 BTX Icon


    Aggressive dominant cambers out to the contacts combined with mild rocker between your feet. Subtle Banana rocker gives freestyle freedom with maximum end to end stability for big, high speed lines. For Aggressive skilled riders.

  • Magne-Traction® Icon


    Serrated edges on your board give great edge hold all over the mountain especially on hard pack and ice!

  • Construction Icon


    Every Gnu snowboard is handbuilt in the USA by snowboarders with jobs. Keep riding snowboards built by snowboarders.

  • Twin Icon


    Twin all terrain freestyle/freeride.

  • Core Blend: Lightest

    A strong Aspen spine with Golden Poplar on either side for a crisp pop and Polonia on the toe and heel edges for our smoothest riding core with reduced weight and vibration

  • Bio Beans Topsheet

    Gnu has made a commitment to using a new earth friendly, bio-plastic top skin made from beans that features the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any top sheet in the industry.

  • UHMW Sidewalls

    Ultra High Molecular Weight exterior sidewalls made from soy-based elastomer are laminated to five internal wood layers for totally bombproof sidewalls.

  • Liquid Crystal Polymer

    Plastic as strong as titanium! Tempering process that aligns molecules and creates hyper strengthen polymer chains. Creates a smooth, strong, poppy and lightweight snowboard ride.

  • Sintered Base

    Compression hardened amorphous UHMW skived from the billet to create the toughest, fastest, best wax holding base material around. Slides best and fastest when waxed regularly to match local snow conditions.

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Sizing Information

Contact 109

Side Cut 7.9

Nose Width 27.3

Waist Width 23.5

Tail Width 27.3

Min-Max / Set Back
18"-23.5" / 0"

Flex 4

Weight Range 70-140 +

Contact 111

Side Cut 8.1

Nose Width 27.7

Waist Width 23.8

Tail Width 27.7

Min-Max / Set Back
18"-23.5" / 0"

Flex 4.5

Weight Range 80-150 +

Contact 113

Side Cut 8.1

Nose Width 28

Waist Width 24.2

Tail Width 28

Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24" / 0"

Flex 5

Weight Range 90-160 +

Contact 115

Side Cut 8.2

Nose Width 28.5

Waist Width 24.4

Tail Width 28.5

Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24" / 0"

Flex 5.5

Weight Range 100-180 +

Contact 118

Side Cut 8.3

Nose Width 29

Waist Width 24.8

Tail Width 29

Min-Max / Set Back
19.24"-24" / 0"

Flex 6

Weight Range 110-210 +

  • Lightyears

    Can I still buy the B-Pro C3 149cm of season 2014 in Europe?

  • Mart

    I am looking for one as well?

  • Dina Garrett

    Hi. i’m 175 cm/51 kg. What size will good for me? I am looking for something not bad in powder. But usuallly I ride groomers

  • Gnu

    I think any one of our boards in the 150-154 range will be great options for you.
    The B-Pro is definitely our most aggressive women’s boards, so if you’re looking for something more forgiving and geared towards progressing your riding I would really recommend checking out the Velvet Gnuru, B-Nice, or Smart Pickle.

  • Dina Garrett

    Thanks for reply but too late. I love this board from first sight and already bought it in local store. 149 was longest available size here. I rode it just one time (we have no luck with snow this season) but I felt very comfortable and could to trust it.

  • Lana

    Hello! I am 164 cm/ 48kg. What size will good for me?

  • Gnu

    Hi Lana!
    I think the 143 will be prime.
    Though if you plan on riding a lot of powder, you may want to consider the 146; a bigger board will float better in deep snow, as well as add some stability,

  • Kate

    Hi I’m 170 cm, 58 kg. I do prefer powder offroad, which size shall I consider 152?

  • Gnu

    152 will be prime–you’ll be able to easily float through powder, but if you find yourself riding though the trees or on crowded runs, it will still feel really easy and fun to maneuver through obstacles!

  • PD

    Hi I have recently tried the B-pro and loved it but I dont think I need a board that advanced. Unfortunately I can’t get my hands on a velvet gnuru to try it out. Are they at all similar ride?

  • Gnu

    The Velvet Gnuru will feel a lot more forgiving and playful than the B-Pro. The B-Pro is a stiff camber-dominant snowboard, while the Gnuru just has a more mild, elliptical camber underfoot.

    If you’re looking for something easier to ride than the B-pro, but still packed with technology, the Velvet Gnuru would definitely be my recommendation for you.

  • CaptKrunch

    Hi you bunch of weirdos :) For a 5’8, avg 150lbs woman. What would the right size be? 152? She’s currently riding a 148 Roxy Radiance. Thanks! :)

  • Gnu

    Yeah 152 sounds perfect!

  • Iggy Fordyce

    I have been riding a B-Pro for the last 6 years and love it, but find it chatters to much. I prefer to ride off trail and wall rides, and would like a board with more flex and control, I don’t ride fast. Would the new BPro, the Pickle or the Ladies Choice be a beter board for me?

  • mel

    I’d like to follow your question. Good one!!

  • mel

    I’m 5’8″ and 130 lbs. Mainly ride resort slopes, with possibilities of some deep powder, but not interested in the park….Would this be a good board for me and What size board in this epic B-Pro for my height/weight/ride preferences?

  • Gnu

    If you’re looking for something more flexy than your B-Pro, I would probably steer you towards the Ladies Choice. It’s got mild camber underfoot, so it will still feel stable and a bit more aggressive than a BTX board (like the Smart Pickle). Also, the Polonia/Aspen blend in the core is REALLLY damp, so it will help reduce chatter. It’s pretty much the perfect board for riding absolutely anywhere; the perfect blend of fun and powerful. It’s UNREAL!

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  • Iggy Fordyce

    Great, thanks. I have just looked at your store locator in NSW Australia, and of the stores that still had a web page link that worked, none of them had the Ladies Choice, so where in Australia or New Zealand can I buy one from, or do I have to wait for the 2015/16 model to come in stock and pre order?

  • Gnu

    Hi Iggy,
    We have a way of tracking which boards sell at our retailers after we shipped them, particularly outside of the USA, because we have separate distributors in most other regions. So unfortunately I don’t really know a shop to refer you to. But I’m fairly certain we are shipping 15/16 boards to Australia soon!

    Here’s a link to our international distributors, they will probably have details as to which shops in your area will have the Ladies Choice:

    I’d definitely recommend reaching out to them for more information!

  • Bella

    Hi! Im an intermediate-advanced rider mostly love just shredding but am looking to progress more into park? Im 168cm tall, 65kg and wear a sz 9 boot, LOVE this board’s design, but wondering if it would be reasonable for me to get this board if I’m more of an all-mountain rider?

  • GNU

    Hi Bella,
    This board will really excel in situations where you need power–whether that’s a big landing, high speeds, or getting through deep snow; it’s definitely an aggressive board that can plow around the mountain like a tank! While this is awesome for sketchy situations, you may find it a little hard to control in the park, especially if you’re learning. The B-Pro has our C3 base contour, which is similar to traditional camber–it holds an edge really well, but isn’t very forgiving!

    You may want to check out the B-Classy or the Ladies Choice–you’ll get the power, pop and precision of camber underfoot, but the catch free forgiving feeling of Banana. I think those two boards are the most versatile models we make, and they’ll be easy to ride anywhere on the mountain.

    That’s not to say the B-Pro won’t be suitable for you, but you may have more fun and less difficulty progressing on something a bit more forgiving.

  • Bri

    Hi, I need help with deciding! For years I’ve been eyeing the B pro, but since reading the comments I’m starting to consider the Ladies Choice as another option. I’m an advanced all mountain rider and want something that is fun but still challenging and aggressive with some forgiveness. Also, what would be the appropriate size for my height at 176cm and weight 67kg? Thank you!!

  • GNU

    Hi Bri,
    The B-Pro will be a blast for all-mountain riding!
    I think you can pretty much stand on this board and it will take you for a ride, it’s very aggressive but it will add a ton of confidence to any situation. However, it doesn’t have the loose, nimble feel of the Ladies Choice–so if that’s what you’re after, go I’d suggest going that route.

    But if you’ve been eyeing this board forever, and you need an aggressive board that will get you through the sticky situations with ease…the B-Pro is will definitely fit the bill!

  • Veronique Brodeur

    Hi I’m doing my level 1 snowboard instructor and i will
    like to teach with the board i will buy. I don’t know much with board could you help me i’m 154cm or 5’2″ and 120lbs,… I like the way your board grip in pack condition. I don’t plan to do too much jump just small to med if i do. I want something fun and exciting to ride with. What is your suggestion?

  • Kennedy

    Hey! I’m an intermediate rider looking for a good freeride board. I’m 5″4, 135lbs. Which size do you suggest?

  • GNU

    149 will be awesome EVERYWHERE–so if you plan on doing any freestyle riding, or spending time in the park that would be the best size.
    But if you just want to stay in the deep snow and off the beaten path, I’d recommend the 152.

  • GNU

    Hi Veronique,
    This board is the most aggressive women’s board we make. It can handle absolutely any terrain, but you may find it difficult to control.
    If you want a stiff, board that feels like a tank…this is it!

    But if you seek something more forgiving and playful, I would recommend checking out these:
    Ladies Choice
    Velvet Gnuru
    The B-Pro is more like a traditional camber board, and these all have some Banana (reverse camber) between the binding inserts for a looser, more playful feel. But they all have some camber underfoot, which adds stability and response.

    All of our boards will be fun and exciting, just make sure you get one that will compliment your riding style! I’d also recommend something in the 142-144 range.

  • nicole

    I still consider my self a beginner, and I know I will not hit parks any time soon, is this a good recommendation? I am not looking for a lot of pop but I want it to be forgiving with turns/spins and such and when I get some speed I do not want to be shaky and lose my balance. I ride on groomed ice (lol) for the most part. Final question is I been getting a lot of feed back from friends that have been riding for like ever and they are concerned about how the edges do not wrap all the way around and how it will shorten the life of the board due to delamination, is this really the case? If so is there ways to prevent it?

  • GNU

    Hi Nicole,
    The B-Pro is most aggressive women’s board we make–it will be solid and stable at high speeds! But if you’re wanting something for forgiving turns and spins, this board is not that. Because it has C3 base contour, which rides similarly to traditional camber. Rather than lifting up underfoot like many of our other boards, this board lifts in the middle and it will really want to be on edge. The stiff flex pattern will also take more effort to control than some of our other boards.

    You should check out the Velvet Gnuru and Ladies Choice. Both of these boards feature camber underfoot, to add stability and power to the board, but because of the Banana between your feet the boards will be perfect and easy to ride absolutely anywhere, and a lot more user-friendly and easier to progress with.

    Our edges do not wrap completely around the board and this improves the durability!
    When edges encounter impact they tend to bend and break–this is costly and difficult to fix and even when repaired the board will never quite be the same. And a lot of impact tends to occur at the nose and tail of the snowboard. So, by removing the metals edges from the nose and tail and replacing it with a plastic our boards are much more resilient…and lighter!

  • nicole

    Thank You! This helps me out a lot!! I want to be sure I get the right fit, just a little bummed out though :( I am in love with that graphic! :)

  • jra

    Is this board a twin or directional? In the specs it says twin… The heading says directional

  • MervinMfg

    Hi JRA your right, it is directional, we updated the specs. Thanks!

  • MervinMfg

    Hi JRA, my bad it is a twin, double checked with our snowboard engineer.

  • Deborah

    Hi guys. What size of a board would you recommend me? My height is 5.3, weight is 119 lbs and boot size is usually 8.5 but one pair of my boots are 9.0. I usually ride groomers, like to carve and do some flat land tricks, no jibbing, Thx.

  • GNU

    HI Deborah,
    The 146 or 149 will be the two best options for you.
    149 will give you more float, stability and power and 146 will feel a bit more playful and easy to maneuver.

  • Julie Spoth

    Hey! I’m stuck between the Ladies Choice and the B-PRO. I’ve been riding for 6 years in the NE. I’ll be in the Vail/Aspen area for the first time this winter with a new setup, I like riding the groomers, carve and work on new skills – I want to learn to ride in pow and I don’t spend a lo of time in the park. I’m 5′ 6″, 125 lbs and size 8 boot. What would you recommend I go for?

  • GNU

    Hi Julie,
    The B-Pro and the Ladies Choice are definitely our two highest performing women’s all-mountain freestyle boards. They’ll both help you progress and be more fun than anything else you’ve ever ridden…but they both feel completely different!
    The B-Pro is going to feel kind of like a tank, it’s really powerful and aggressive due to the C3 (camber dominant) base contour.
    The Ladies Choice feels a bit more forgiving and playful, while still being really damp and poppy.

    If you’re still feeling unsure, I’d recommend going to a shop and standing on them to get a feel for them!
    But as for size, I’d recommend the 151.5 in the Ladies Choice and 152 in the B-Pro, since you’re not spending much the park I think you’ll be stoked on these lengths because they will offer more stability and help you stay afloat in deep snow.

  • Julie Spoth

    Thank you so much for the quick response! I like being aggressive but don’t want to miss out being playful and forgiving while learning and trying new things. I like when my board can handle icey and chunder underfoot. Would you say the B-PRO still has some flex and forgiveness to it?

  • Eliza

    Hi! Hoping you can help me decide between sizes 149 and 152 for this board (or offer recommendation for another if I’m out of my league). I’m 5’6″, size 7.5 boot, 140lbs. Fairly beginner boarder (on my 3rd season) in Colorado, riding the pow when we can get it but met a lot of ice pack last year. Like Julie (below) looking to improve carving, switch, ollies, etc. with minimal park use. Thanks!!!

  • GNU

    Hi Julie,
    If park riding is not a priority for you, I think you’ll be happier with the 152–the increased size won’t hinder your riding, and I think you’ll appreciate the little bit of extra length and the stability, float and powder it lends to your riding.

  • alexis

    the vid says directional freestyle…. is that wrong then? is this board a true twin?