Bataleon Disaster Snowboard

Bataleon Disaster Snowboard
Bataleon Disaster Snowboard
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Disaster Snowboard by Bataleon
Tear through the terrain park like a tornado and leave a wake of destruction in your path with the Bataleon Disaster Snowboard. Built with a soft flex, twin shape, and durable construction, the Disaster is the team choice for jibbing in the streets and letting loose in the park. Triple Base Technology (3BT) starts with a traditional camber profile for reliable pop and edge hold and turns the edges up towards the tip and tail to eliminate hang-ups, giving it the forgiving feel of rocker without sacrificing the benefits of camber. Jib 3BT features the widest center base of all the 3BT flavors to help you lock into rails and stomp big urban drops. A soft flex makes it easy to lock into presses and weave through the terrain park, while the poplar core maintains crisp ollies and beech stringers add strength to handle daily rail assaults.

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SKU: BAT003L
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