It makes sense it was given its name, what, with the gravity-defying float over deep tree stashes and open powder bowls, the Bataleon Magic Carpet Snowboard takes a progressive approach to powder riding with Twin Pow Triple Base Technology (3BT). This short, stubby twin blends the lines between dedicated powder board and freestyle specialist, seamlessly transitioning from fresh lines in the morning to park laps in the afternoon. It's much wider than a traditional twin-shaped board, creating a larger surface area for exceptional float in the deep stuff. The Twin Pow Triple Base Technology starts with camber running lengthwise for the snappy feel and responsive turns you've come to love from traditional camber, while the tip and tail are the starting point for the board to lift off the snow with a convex, spoon-like shape. Twin Pow 3BT features a more dramatic uplift than many of Bataleon's park offerings. This makes the board effortlessly float across powder, as the nose uplift re-directs snow, instead of the "plowing" common to traditional camber. Symmetrical nose and tail shaping allows you to stomp switch landings with ease, no matter if you're sending cliff drops or park booters. Then, carbon stringers, Triax Plus fiberglass, and a Light Core create a highly responsive ride that's not too stiff for freestyle riding.
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