Cash in on your park assets with the executive freestyle ability of the Bataleon Boss Wide Snowboard. This particular version is a bit wider than average, giving bigger riders a proper platform for carving between hits, spinning off jumps, and stomping solid landings. It's a twin-shaped board for a balanced feel when you're perfecting your switch repertoire in the park and taking tricks to the mountain's side-hits. Triple Base Technology (3BT) starts with a traditional camber profile for reliable pop and edge hold, and turns the edges up towards 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. Twin 3BT features longer contact lengths than Park or Jib 3BT for more stability at high speeds, but it's still more than stable enough to slide rails and boost jumps. 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. X-ed up carbon stringers underneath the inserts make the board more dynamic from edge to edge and increase pop while still allowing for smooth presses. Triax glass provides the stiffness and response you need for picking apart technical lines, yet it's still flexible enough to lock in presses in the park. It's finished off with a race-worthy sintered base that's super-hard for impact resistance and holds tons of wax to keep you cooking at high speeds all day long.
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