Borrowing design elements from the world of skating, Bataleon's Wallie Snowboard has skate-inspired Wallie Tips to open up a whole new world of possibilities in freestyle terrain. A playful mid-soft flex and low camber profile combined with the power and pop of carbon give you a freestyle fanatic deck that thrives in the park and on urban rail missions. The ingenious Triple Base Tech comes to this ride in the jib-friendly (duh) Jib 3BT profile, which uses a wide centerbase for stability when pressing and pre-loading ollies, along with a low-uplift angle around the sidebase for precise control and minimal hangups. The turned-up twin Wallie Tips foster a focus on sliding rails and popping off lips with ease, while the carbon stringers and Central Super Tube balance a consistently smooth torsional flex with powerful pop that won't enhance the board's overall stiffness. As fast as it is tough, the Super Slick X base maintains high speed through flat spots and will take a beating in the park without the need for constant maintenance.
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