Do you have a need for speed' Are you a fan of getting low on carves' How about throwing up huge clouds of powder' If you answered yes to those questions, then you'll love The Carver Snowboard from Bataleon. This powerful and precise board holds an edge like a dream and allows smooth edge-to-edge transitions, giving you the perfect platform for creative turning and high-speed shredding. A wider shape allows you to lay all the way into carves without fear of toe or heel drag, and the directional shape provides drive and adds float in powder. Freeride 3BT features a camber profile for powerful response and edge hold, with upturned edges at the contact points for quick edge-to-edge transitions and dynamic carves. New for this year, Bataleon added Side Kicks, which increases the uplift at the widest points of the board for easier handling and better float. A lightweight blend of poplar and paulownia in the Reactor Light core offers a lively feel, while bamboo along the edges increases edge hold and strength. And just to be safe, Bataleon threw in tip-to-tail carbon stringers to help you explode out of turns and pop big ollies.
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