Forget about ice caps and politicians for a moment, and focus on shredding the terrain park with the Bataleon Global Warmer Snowboard. Its soft flex and poppy feel make this board so fun to ride that you'll forget all about the fact that the mountain you're riding probably won't have snow on it in 50 years. The Twin 3BT profile starts with traditional camber for reliable pop and edgehold, then turns the edges up toward 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, resulting in a looser feel on rails and stability on big jumps. Biax glass gives the board a soft, even flex for proper presses and easy turns, while carbon stringers maintain pop and response. The Global Warmer has a Core Core, which uses poplar wood to keep the core lightweight and snappy, and hardwood reinforcements running down the insert rows to increase strength and channel energy for more pop. A true twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding, and blunt tips keep the swing weight down. It's finished off with a sintered base that's super hard for impact resistance and holds tons of wax to keep you moving fast.
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