Designed for big boarders with aggressive riding styles, the Bataleon Stallion Wide Snowboard features an exaggerated waist width, longer running lengths, and SideKick technology. 99% twin, the Stallion sports a directional twin shape that's ideal for the all-terrain freestyle rider delving into everything the mountain has to offer, from open bowls and cliff lines up top to high-speed groomers and park laps down low. Its stiffer flex means heavier riders won't feel any wobbling or squirreliness at higher speeds, while its extraordinary width and longer length let it float like an absolute dream in deep powder, due to its massive surface area. Bataleon's Freestyle Triple Base Technology (3BT) provides the baseline for the Stallion's all-terrain freestyle prowess and exemplary float in deep snow. Each version of 3BT is slightly different, with Freestyle 3BT sporting equal sidebase uplift and flat centerbase proportions, with a lengthwise camber profile enhancing its reactivity on edge and overall responsiveness. New for this season, Bataleon uses their SideKick technology along the widest portions of the tip and tail. SideKick technology accentuates the uplifted base profiles along the nose and tail, allowing the Stallion to float exceptionally well, smoothly transition from edge-to-edge, and track across choppy snow without getting bucked.
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