Bigger riders tend to have a hard time finding a snowboard to accommodate their added mass and bigger boot sizes, but thanks to the Bataleon Stallion Snowboard you can get on the hill and be ready to slash, slide, and carve on a high-performance snowboard. Built with longer lengths and wider waists, the Stallion series is truly an all-mountain snowboard ready to tackle any objective, from powder days to park sessions. Built with Bataleon's Freestyle 3BT profile, this traditional cambered board raises the contact points to increase float and forgiveness without losing the power and control from camber. A stiff flex offers the stability and response needed from carrying extra mass, and the directional twin shape allows riders to have increased confidence on steeper terrain or powder without losing the ability to ride or land switch. The triax fiberglass laminate increases torsional stiffness and strength, while the Light Core blends poplar and paulownia woods to retain strength while lightening the board overall. Carbon stringers increase snap and power, and Dual Radial Super Tubes lay up six hollow carbon rods parallel to the radius to increase power transfer to the edge. Finally, a rock-solid sintered base keeps things fast and durable so you can beat your friends back to the lift line to ensure you get fresh turns on groomers or powder.
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