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A freestyle force to be reckoned with.
The Bataleon Goliath Snowboard's name doesn't refer to the size of the board, but rather to the size of the airs you'll be boosting on it. This twin beast features Freestyle 3BT and a medium flex for a forgiving feel, as well as carbon and hardwood enhancements to provide the power and pop you need for sending it in the park. Triple Base Technology (3BT) starts with a camber profile for reliable pop and edge hold, and turns the edges up towards the tip and tail to eliminate hangups when riding flat base, and give it the forgiving feel of rocker without losing the benefits of camber. Freestyle 3BT is the most versatile of Bataleon's 3BTs, featuring a longer contact length to give it stability at high speeds without sacrificing playfulness.
Triax glass adds stiffness and stability for maximum precision, and carbon stringers maintain pop and response. KEVLAR stringers in the nose and tail enhance pop without increasing torsional stiffness so you can still turn smoothly. Poplar wood keeps the core lightweight and snappy, and hardwood reinforcements running down the insert rows increase strength and channel energy to deliver more pop. A true twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding, and blunt tips keep the swing weight down. It's finished off with a sintered base that's super hard for impact resistance and holds tons of wax to keep you moving fast.
- Mid-flexing, twin-shaped freestyle behemoth for all-mountain use
- 3BT has camber for pop and rise at tip and tail for no hangups
- Poplar core keeps things lightweight and snappy
- KEVLAR stringers enhance pop without adding stiffness
- Carbon stringers further boost pop and response
- Triax laminate adds stiffness and stability
- Sintered base retains wax for a consistently fast feeling
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- Q & A
Great All Mountain Board
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Just picked this board up a few weeks ago and have had almost a week of quality time on it since. I was a bit wary of the 3BT tech but it doesn't seem to effect the board's ability to charge, and gives it a seriously playful feel when I'm buttering around. I'm definitely a fan now. There were a few bad reviews of the tech in the earlier models, but Bataleon seems to have it locked now.
The last few years I've rode a Burton Custom X almost exclusively, and honestly I like this board better. I mostly ride in the trees when there's snow (which there has been lately, thankfully) but I also like to get a fast groomer in the mix and this board has had my back for all of it. It's not incredibly stiff but enough to be stable at speed and has pop for days. I'm 5'11 180 and the 157 is a great fit. If you're in the market for a go-anywhere do-anything board look no further.