Tell your work your Bataleon Boss Snowboard gave you the day off and go unleash your freestyle freedom across the resort, whether you're ripping sunny spring park laps or going off-piste to spin off booters into powder fields. This twin, medium flexing board is equally comfortable in steeper natural terrain as it is in the park, thanks to it's Twin 3BT construction. The Twin 3BT profile consists of a dynamic camber section throughout the board for the most power and control than any other profile, all while lifted contact points increase forgiveness, float in powder, and edge-to-edge transitions for increased confidence. Sidekick tips enhance 3BT by increasing the uplift at the widest points of the nose and tail for extra smooth turns in powder or on groomers. To complete the dynamic ride and feel of the Boss, Bataleon included it's Light Core made from a mix of poplar and paulownia woods and laminated it with light and strong triax glass. A single, hollow carbon stringer runs parallel between the inserts to add pop to the camber profile without stiffening the torsional flex. To keep you blasting into jumps and powering through slush and powder, the Ultra Glide sintered base finishes off this technical snowboard for fun times in any snow.
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