The Bataleon Goliath Snowboard's name doesn't refer to the size of the board, but rather to the size of the airs you'll be boosting on it. This directional twin beast features Freestyle 3BT and a medium flex for a forgiving feel, as well as carbon and hardwood enhancements to provide the power and pop you need for sending it in the park. A Freestyle 3BT profile starts with camber for reliable pop and edge hold, and turns the edges up towards the tip and tail to eliminate hangups when riding flat base, giving it the forgiving feel of rocker without losing the benefits of camber. Triax glass adds stiffness and stability for maximum precision, and carbon stringers maintain pop and response. Poplar and paulownia woods keep the Light Core lightweight and snappy, and carbon reinforcements increase strength and channel energy to deliver more pop and stability. The directional twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding, but still promotes stability at high-speeds. It's finished off with a sintered base that's super hard for impact resistance and holds tons of wax to keep you moving fast and blasting through powder.
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