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Rule the park.

Conquer every jib and jump that stands in your way with Bataleon's most dedicated Women's park stick, the Distortia Snowboard. It has a medium-soft flex that's flexible enough to press with, but still responsive enough to take off jumps so you can dominate every aspect of the terrain park.

Triple Base Technology (TBT) starts with a traditional camber profile for reliable pop and edge hold, and turns the edges up towards the tip and tail to eliminate hang-ups when riding flat base, and give it the forgiving feel of rocker without sacrificing the benefits of camber. Park TBT features a mellow version of camber for a looser feel on rails and stability on big jumps, and it has a mid-width center base to help you shred everything from jumps and jibs to groomers and powder.

Biax glass gives the board a soft, even flex for proper presses and easy turns. A full poplar wood core keeps the board lightweight and lively, yet still incredibly breakage-resistant. A true twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding, and blunt tips keep the swing weight down. It's finished off with an extruded base that's easy to repair when you ding it up in the streets or the park.

  • Camber with Park TBT (Triple Base Technology)
  • True twin
  • Medium-soft flex
  • Biax glass
  • Poplar core
  • Extruded base
  • 4x2/20 insert pack

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5 5

What sick board!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love this board! Its buttery enough to play around the park and freeride but poppy enough to make jumps fun. I've ridden this board all over the mountain in Tahoe, Whistler and Park City and she hasn't let me down! I should also add that I am 5'10" and very muscular, so not the lightest girl on the hill, but the 152 can easily support my weight and I would honestly give the flex more of a 4 rating.

What sick board!