Taking inspiration from the park-crushing Global Warmer, the Bataleon Women's She-W Snowboard offers a buttery-smooth flex and Twin Triple Base Technology (3BT) for insanely easy presses and catch-free freestyle. Core Core Bamboo construction inspires confidence when you're playing in the park, thanks to its poplar wood core supplemented with vertical bamboo stringers for enhanced pop and robust strength. To help you load up massive ollies, carbon stringers underneath the bindings amplify pop and energy transfer. Since these carbon stringers remain entirely under the binding inserts, the board's super-soft tips remain for buttering and jibbing to your heart's delight. Triple Base Technology (3BT) provides the baseline for the She-W's catch-free freestyle, giving you the locked-in feel and spring of camber, but without the extra bite on boxes and rails. Each version of 3BT is slightly different, with Twin 3BT sporting a wider centerbase, subtle camber, and true twin shape. The edge uplift zones (i. e., Triple Base Tech) start center-binding, extending to the tips for a loose, catch-free feel sans the hang-ups on rails and boxes. And since the edge uplift zones aren't as drastic as Bataleon's powder-specific offerings, the She-W retains a bit more stability when you're tracking into jumps and stomping landings.
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