Pick up the Bataleon Women's Love Powder Snowboard and let yourself relish in its versatility. Built to surf through the deepest days or lay out massive carves on fresh corduroy, this women-specific, fish-shaped board has a setback profile and large nose for unbelievable float on days when the refills just keep on coming, and boasts a soft flex to keep you maneuvering around the mountain with a playful, forgiving feel underfoot. Focusing on knee-deep days when they came up with the Love Powder, Bataleon equipped this board with a Pow 3BT profile. This profile features a narrow center-base and wide angled side-base (with accentuated tips) to keep you floating easier than ever before, and it even allows you to downsize a bit. Under the hood of this pow fiend, poplar wood keeps the Reactor core lightweight and snappy, and beech hardwood reinforcements running down the insert rows increase strength and channel energy to deliver more pop. Biax fiberglass ensures this board's flex stays consistently smooth for easy maneuvering, while the Super Slick X extruded base combines both lasting high speeds and resilient impact-resistance.
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