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Click yourself into the Bataleon Storm Snowboard for long days spent searching for the perfect pow slash, that satisfying carve on groomers, or anything else your mind can think up. The freeride directional shape and medium flex combine to create a ride that is extremely stable at speed while remaining easy to turn and jib when your run calls for it. The dynamic camber found in this board adds to the versatility by offering camber from contact point to contact point for powerful edge hold as well as float in powder and quick maneuverability thanks to rocker in the tip and tail.
- All-mountain board that thrives in deep pow and pushes creativity
- Directional shape holds a powerful edge and boosts control
- Mid-level flex is easily manipulated while remaining stable at speed
- Dynamic camber mixes powerful camber with float of early rise
- Light Core sheds weight while offering exceptional pop
- Triax laminates add torsional rigidity to boost edge hold
- Hyper Glide S base glides exceptionally well to avoid the flats
- Item #BAT006J
- 144cm, 148cm, 152cm, 156cm
- Dynamic camber, Freeride 3BT + SideKick
- directional twin
- medium (5 of 10 on Bataleon's scale)
- Effective Edge
- [144cm] 1095mm, [148cm] 1131mm, [152cm] 1167mm, [156cm] 1203mm
- Waist Width
- [144cm] 238mm, [148cm] 240mm, [152cm] 242mm, [156cm] 244mm
- Sidecut Radius
- [144cm] 7.7m, [148cm] 7.8m, [152cm] 7.9m, [156cm] 8m
- Stance Width
- [144cm] 18.9 - 22in, [148cm] 19.3 - 22.4in, [152cm] 19.7 - 22.8in, [156cm] 20.1 - 23.2in
- Stance Setback
- 4-hole (2 x 4), backseat inserts
- Light (50-50 paulownia, poplar), carbon stringers, Dual Super Tubes
- Hyper Glide S (sintered)
- Base Color
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
January 28, 2021
I really love this board!
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 6"
- 140 lbs
I initially had a hard time adjusting to this board. I wanted a stiffer board but I was afraid I made the wrong decision. Turns out, I placed the bindings wrong. I intended to use this mostly on powder days so I set my stance back. That was a bad decision. It messes with the contact points on the board and makes it really hard to turn. As soon as I set my stance over the proper center points, it changed everything. This is a stiffer board but I can still flick through moguls with it. It's responsive and cuts through any chunky garbage. The edge is nice and holds it's own on ice. No true powder days to speak of yet this year (sigh), but I'm feeling good that this one trick quiver can handle it no problem. I now use this every day on the hill because it can handle everything. If you want a stiffer yet still totally maneuverable all mountain board, this gal can handle it.