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Plug in your powder tool and get to work.

Bataleon made the Camel Toe Powder Snowboard with its most aggressive TBT, a nose that looks almost like a boat. Do you know what that's for? That's right. And flotation means effortless turns in powder. So, go ahead and strap in. We'd all like to get a good look at your Camel Toe in action.

The Camel Toe's Pow TBT rocker provides plenty of stability when you need it. The profile mimics regular camber but with a 3D shape at the nose, where the edges are turned up. This profile gives the board a playful feel and tons of flotation in powder, but also powerful edge control when the edges are weighted. Bataleon's Reactor Core is a poplar core with hardwood reinforcements along the edges for light weight, durability, and instant response to steering input. The Camel Toe's swallowtail shape adds float at the nose and reduces float at the tail so you can ride with your weight centered in deep powder. This gives you better control while reducing back leg fatigue. Lightning edges are thinner than standard edges to reduce weight and drag. Bataleon finished the board off with an easy-to-repair extruded base.

  • Regular camber with turned-up edges at the tip
  • Directional swallowtail shape
  • Lightweight, low-drag lightning edges
  • Wood composite Reactor core
  • Extruded base

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5 5

Nice Ride!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought this for a snowboarding trip to Vail. Did an excellent job handling the Back Bowls, powder, and hard-packed groomers at Beaver Creek. I was worried that the board would be too flexible, but it felt great at speed and through bumps. Really maneuverable in the trees too.