$349.97 USD (30% off)
Twin Asymmetrical Freestyle Banana
Award winning “Pickle Technology” balances through asymmetry. Your body is asymmetric, your snowboard should be designed to work in harmony with what nature created. Pickles, with a deeper heel side sidecut and unique asym core, are designed around the different turning mechanics required for heel side turns and toe side turns and are perfect for progressive park/freestyle riding and duck stances in all terrain. Banana between your feet for easy riding, catch-free park freestyle performance, and unreal float in powder. Magne-Traction for unreal edge-hold everywhere. Handbuilt by snowboarders at Mervin Mfg. using fast growing eco woods and environmentally friendly construction techniques, the Pickle is some delicious green technology!
Bases Come in Random Assorted Colorways!
- Sizes 147, 150, 153, 156, 159
- Wide Sizes 153W, 156W, 159W
- Shape Asym Twin
- About the Art
This graphic was a happening between two visual experimenters: Matt French and Gnu art director Tim Karpinski. Collaborating back and forth from different states of mind they arrived at a place where it was dark and bright and the sky light up the cosmos. Timothykarpinski.com & Mattfrenchart.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"
- Pickle Technology - Asymmetric Sidecuts and Construction
- Weird Wood - GNU Sustainable Natural Fiber or SNF
Min-Max / Set Back
10 = Firm
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Name: Matt French
Age: Super old kinda Location: On there
Astrological sign: Slow children
Medium: Grumbacher brushes and acrylics, Chartpak xylene-based AdMarkers, Faber-Castell PITT (india ink) artist pens, Clearprint vellum, and stuff from garage sales, recycled building material stores, and second hand stores.
Do you like to get weird, if so why and what do you do?
I was born that way at an early age. Once I got all borned, I just carted my weirds around on a skateboard to all sorts of places around the whole earth, like my drumset…and my great big small living room.
Do you work in a studio / office / in the park?
I don’t know if you’d call it work.
Whats an average day in your life right now?
Wednesday Optimist / Pessimist? Realist? Weirdest? yeah
Do make a living off your art? How do you pay all your bar tabs?
Yes. I art for $. I don’t drink bar tabs. I like Pepsi…the ones in the glass bottles with real sugar.
What does Gnu mean to you?
When I was a freshman, I got the tour of highschool from a Gnu pro named Jeff.
Besides artmaking, what do you enjoy doing?
I like the skate of boarding and the sound of music.
What gets you out of bed in the morning, what inspires you?
Can you tell us a little about the graphic you did for GNU?
I think I did a couple unless I didn’t….in which case I made either more or less.
Currently listening to?
Siouxsie and the Banshees
Currently looking at?
A random smattering of design detritus spread about my visual real estate with carelessness
Favorite website or blog?
I like books made from paper between covers. I like books with pictures of animals a lot. Comics have always been fun. I do stuff for Color magazine.