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Bataleon Disaster Snowboard

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    Total freestyle destruction.

    It doesn't make sense to throw away a fortune on your board when your main focus is destroying both the park and the streets, so turn to the Bataleon Disaster Snowboard, which delivers a soft freestyle flex, durable construction, and an easy-to-repair base, to throw down on everything from the urban rails to terrain park hits. 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 the TBT profile gives the Disaster the forgiving feel of rocker without sacrificing the benefits of camber.

    Jib TBT features the widest center base of all the TBT flavors to help you lock into rails and stomp big urban drops. A true twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding, and blunt tips keep the swing weight down. Biax glass gives the board a soft, even flex for proper presses and easy turns, and the Core Core provides pop and strength through its poplar and beech hardwood construction that also keeps things lightweight. It's finished off with an extruded base that's easy to repair when you ding it up in the streets or the park.

    • An affordable twin-shaped, soft-flexing freestyle destroyer
    • Jib-friendly camber keeps you having fun all over the park
    • Poplar wood core delivers lively snap at a low weight
    • Biax fiberglass wrap provides a soft and even flex for playfulness
    • Extruded base withstands hard abuse on rocks, rails, and boxes
    • Item #BAT003A

    Tech Specs

    134 cm, 138 cm, 142 cm, 144 cm, 148 cm, 151 cm, 153 cm, 155 cm
    Low Jib Camber
    Jib 3BT (true twin)
    soft (2 of 10 on Bataleon's scale)
    Effective Edge
    [134cm] 1000 mm, [138cm] 1040 mm, [142cm] 1080 mm, [144cm] 1110 mm, [148cm] 1140 mm, [151cm] 1170 mm, [153cm] 1190 mm, [155cm] 1210 mm
    Waist Width
    [134cm] 238 mm, [138cm] 242 mm, [142cm] 245 mm, [144cm] 248 mm, [148cm] 250 mm, [151cm] 250 mm, [153cm] 252 mm, [155cm] 255 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [134cm] 6.8 m, [138cm] 7 m, [142cm] 7.2 m, [144cm] 7.25 m, [148cm] 7.3 m, [151cm] 7.4 m, [153cm] 7.5 m, [155cm] 7.7 m
    Stance Width
    [134cm] 420 - 580 mm, [138cm] 430 - 590 mm, [142cm] 440 - 600 mm, [144cm] 490 - 605 mm, [148cm] 525 - 605 mm, [151cm] 530 - 610 mm, [153cm] 545 - 625 mm, [155cm] 545 - 626 mm
    Core Core
    Recommended Use
    park, freestyle
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Fun for the Park and all Over

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This board is awesome! It is not totally flat but close to it so it is great on rails and for spinning. And with the TBT you are able to lock into your press or butter and hold it all the way. Bataleon says it is 2 on the scale but honestly I thought it was a bit stiffer than that but not by to much. At high speeds I did not mind the softness at all until I got into the bumps. The key was to ride the bumps like a rhythm section rather than traditional maneuvering. Overall this board is supper fun for the park or just to cruise around the hill with you buddies. It has great pop and spinning ability and not to mention it hauled on the groomers. Two Thumbs Up again Bataleon!