Next time ski patrol grills you for ollieing slow signs, spraying gapers, and boosting off knolls, you can honestly say that it wasn't you; it was your evil twin. The fact that you're actually referring to the Bataleon Men's Evil Twin Snowboard strapped to your feet doesn't need to be disclosed. This all-mountain freestyle favorite features the ideal combination of camber with a rocker feel and a medium flex to help you cause mayhem from groomers and the terrain park to technical steeps and powder stashes. Twin 3BT offers the pop and edge hold of traditional camber, but with uplifted edges at the contact points to give it a forgiving feel, added float in powder, and quick edge-to-edge transitions. New for this year, Bataleon added Side Kicks, which increases the uplift at the widest points of the board for easier handling and better float. Triax glass provides the stiffness and response you need for handling steep terrain, yet it's still flexible enough to press in the park. The Core Core uses poplar wood to keep things lightweight and snappy, with tip-to-tail bamboo stringers to channel energy for boosted pop.
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