You don't believe that tricks should be confined to the terrain park and neither does the Bataleon Women's Distortia Snowboard. This versatile deck was made for ladies who love lapping the park, but also like taking their freestyle tendencies to the rest of the mountain. It's medium flex is soft enough for jibbing in the park, but still holds up when bombing down groomers and slashing powder. 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 hangups when riding flat base and give it the forgiving feel of rocker without sacrificing the benefits of camber. Twin 3BT features longer contact lengths than Park or Jib 3BT for more stability at high speeds, but it's still more than stable enough to slide rails and boost jumps. Bataleon also threw in bamboo and basalt stringers for explosive turning power and snappy ollies, not to mention added durability.
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