Lay down deep carves at high speeds, arc turns across bowls, and send cliffs into fluffy powder with the Bataleon Omni Snowboard. Just the board for ripping natural terrain, the Omni Snowboard is the freeride favorite in Bataleon's line. Its flex sits just above mid-range, delivering stability and solid landings, without being too stiff for taking your tricks to natural terrain. Backseat inserts allow you to slam back your stance in deep powder, working in conjunction with the board's directional twin shape for added buoyancy. Freeride Triple Base Technology (3BT) provides the baseline for the Omni's freeride mentality, giving you the powerful edge hold and response of camber for riding steeps and natural terrain. This particular version of Freeride 3BT has larger upturned sidebases along the nose than tail, fluidly dispersing snow like the hull of a ship to help you charge through everything from two feet of fresh to springtime chop. Volcanic basalt stringers in the Reactor core deliver spring-loaded snap and extra strength, while the Reactor core features bamboo to make the board stronger from impacts while enhancing edge hold for carving. Providing the speed you crave without sacrificing durability, the Hyper Glide S base keeps gliding quickly while preventing scratches.
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