Bataleon FeelBetter Snowboard - Women's

Bataleon FeelBetter Snowboard - Women's
Bataleon FeelBetter Snowboard - Women's
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FeelBetter Snowboard - Women's by Bataleon
Whether you're a beginner still mastering carves or a dedicated park rider with a penchant for jibbing, it's hard to have a bad time on the Bataleon Women's FeelBetter Snowboard. Novices will appreciate its soft flex because it allows easy turn initiation and control for still-learning riders, while park fiends will love how effortless it is to jib and butter with. Freestyle 3BT is Bataleon's most versatile profile, featuring uplifted edges at the tip and tail with a medium centerbase to provide a stable feel and float in deep snow, while camber offers time-tested pop and edge hold. Poplar in the core gives it a lightweight and lively feel, and beech stringers add strength to help it hold up season after season. From park laps to carving down groomers, it's nothing but good times when you're on the FeelBetter.

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SKU: BAT003R
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