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Will our review find that the Gnu Ladies Choice is, in fact, it's name sake? Read on and find out what our test team thought after they hit the park and mountains at the Austrian resort of Kaunertal.
Level
Advanced, Expert
Flex Rating
4
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Riders who want a freestyle board that can do a bit of everything
Price
£460
Season
2017/18
Playfulness
10
Pop
10
Value
9
Stability
9
Durability
9
Overall Score
10

// Buy //

// Buy //

The GNU Ladies Choice isn't for the lighthearted. It's a real mountain stomper for someone willing to put their energy into it. However, you really get great results when you do!

This asymmetrical board will make any turn feel amazing, whether it be a long carve or a quick transition. The stability is incredible and will make you feel like you can ride anything on it.

It is of course a freestyle board at heart, and a number one option in the park, but in no way should that limit you to thinking that's all it's good for. It holds you extremely well on the fast flat areas as well with no feeling of slipping out.

Even though this may not be the board for freeride as it's got a fairly medium/stiff flex, it's still pretty great! With it's twin feature and solid stance you know it's going to hold you well in the powder as well.

Just like the Gnu B-Nice, the Ladies Choice has the much loved and original Banana shape profile. Rocker in the middle but with more pronounced camber under foot. This makes it more of an aggressive board than the B-Nice, but no so catch-free.

The Ladies Choice is also, apparently, snowboard mega-star Jamie Anderson's board of choice for freestyle all-mountain.

In our opinion, the best board out there for girls who want to ride long, fast days and do a bit of everything in between.

// Buy //