Ladies Pickle

$499.95 USD

$349.97 USD (30% off)

Twin Asymmetrical Freestyle Banana

The Ladies Pickle is the classic Pickle with PBTX. The Banana between your feet is for easy riding and catch free performance. The deeper heelside sidecut and unique asym. core are designed for the modern freestyle duck stances. The Pickle excels in its element as a park slayer, making freestyle more delicious than your favorite pickle recipe. Don’t be fooled by its reputation in the park though, it loves an occasional romp in the pow and it floats like a dream. Get this pickle dirty on concrete, metal, and wood it will still gracefully and effortlessly turn on any snow surface thanks to the Magne-Traction and its asymmetric shape. Banana Pickles are weird and wonderful, and fun for all abilities!


  • Award Winning!
  • PBTX
    Contour PBTX
  • Sizes 140, 144, 148, 152
  • Shape Asym Twin
  • About the Art

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  • Co-Lab Binding

Board Tech

  • Weird Science
  • Construction - Handbuilt by Snowboarders with Jobs
  • Magne-Traction Edge Grip - "Turns Ice Into Powder"
  • Pickle Technology - Asymmetric Sidecuts and Construction
  • Make Magic - Magic
  • Weird Wood - GNU Sustainable Natural Fiber or SNF
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
Range (lbs)
140 105 7.9/7.7 27.2 23.8 27.2 18"-23.5"/0" 4.5 70-140 +
144 108 8/7.2 27.5 24 27.5 19.24"-24"/0" 5 80-160 +
148 111 8.1/7.3 27.7 24.2 27.7 19.24"-24"/0" 5.5 90-180 +
152 114 8.2-/7.4 28.8 24.4 28.8 19.24"-24"/0" 6 100-180 +
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Rider Interview

Name: Bryn Valaika
Astro sign: Gemini
What year did you start riding: Around age 10, so 2001ish i think?
Goofy/Reg?: Regular
Stance: 20″ / -11 ̊ Back / 18 ̊ Front

Tell me a story about a day on your board:
I rode the Pickle as my main snowboard all season, on all terrain, though definitely not a ton of powder since powder was lacking where I was most of the season. I traveled to Japan for the Holy Bowly, an event put on by Krush and Snowboarder Mag, and sponsored by Lib and Gnu. It’s a new event, basically a snow equivalent of a skate bowl. The Pickle was ideal in this setting because the Magne-Traction enabled me to carve around and get the pop I needed when I wanted to air out and all. I love my board since it’s so responsive to exactly the way I ride! I can only rave about how well it rode in all the different conditions!