Bataleon took all its top-shelf ingredients and threw them together to cook up the ultimate all-mountain weapon, the Flight E. S. Snowboard. This featherlight and ultra-responsive directional twin carves groomers to shreds and sends spins into deep powder landings with power and precision. It's a directional twin, giving you a touch more nose length for improved all-mountain stability and float, but without sacrificing its switch riding and landing capabilities. Instead of being an overly stiff plank like other top-shelf boards, the Flight E. S. sits in the medium flex spectrum for an optimal balance between high-speed response and freestyle playfulness. Carbon stringers running from the tail to the front inserts enhance energy transfer to the tail to help you power through powder slashes and accelerate out of carves. Bataleon's Freestyle 3BT features dynamic camber for the locked-in stability, pre-loaded pop, and snappy response you've come to love from traditional camber, combined with uplifted sidebases running from the contact points through the nose and tail. This uplift creates fluid edge-to-edge transitions without the catchiness of traditional camber, and also improves tracking and float through deep powder, fluidly dispersing snow without the "plowing" effect of regular camber boards. An extra set of inserts further back allows you to set up your stance further back for better float on the deepest days.
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