Even though the glaciers are rapidly melting and sea levels are overtaking low-lying islands, you're mainly concerned with perfecting spins, slashing slush on spring days, and styling out presses like a boss with the Bataleon Global Warmer Wide Snowboard. Instead of greenwashing you with "eco friendly" materials, the kind folks at Bataleon prefer to not insult your intelligence by telling you this board will save the planet. Might as well enjoy the buttery-smooth flex and plentiful pop of the Global Warmer on real snow, before you're shredding on some godforsaken dry slope twenty years down the road. As Bataleon's most popular park offering, the Global Warmer is loaded with Twin Triple Base Technology (3BT) for the catch-free feel you've come to love from Bataleon boards. This unique profile retains lengthwise camber for locking into jibs, snapping ollies, and turning down the mountain. Where it differs from traditional camber, the board's sidebases are upturned in a 3D shape, starting at the contact points and running to the tip and tail. This alleviates the extra bite of camber, inspiring confidence when you're learning new tricks and stomping landings.
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