Bataleon snowboard sets
What are the main shaping technologies at Bataleon Snowboards?
If you buy a Bataleon snowboard pack, you will clearly not have a lambda board. At the forefront of innovation in snowboard design, the brand offers 3-dimensional shapes for maximum performance, with Triple Base Technology as the flagship technology.
Triple Base Technology
Triple Base Technology - 3BT for friends - is a kind of modeling of the natural movement of the board. The movements made by the board are anticipated directly on the shape, to make the board even more reactive and adapted to the terrain. The 3BT is adapted to the board's program, so there is a 3BT Pow, a 3BT freeride, a 3BT freestyle, a 3BT twin and a 3BT jib. Each time, it is a question of raising the edges of the board at the nose and tail, while keeping a flat center of the board.
The Sidekick is a direct extension of Triple Base Technology. It is an exaggeration of the edging at the widest points of the nose and tail. The Sidekick boosts the effects of the 3BT. The board turns even better, floats even better and is even more controllable in difficult terrain.
Less revolutionary than the 3D spatulas, the Super Tubes are nonetheless one of the key factors in the performance of Bataleon snowboards. These carbon spars, placed alone or in pairs, increase performance by making the boards more responsive and more stable! It's also an extra boost when popping a big ollie!
Directionnal, Twin, 99 % Twin
It's not really about shaping technologies, but Bataleon divides its boards into 3 categories: directional, twin and 99% twin. Directional and twin, we know; the surprise is more in the 99% twin. These are symmetrical boards to which a centimeter of length has been added to the nose for better performance in fresh snow. It's up to you to see which type of board suits your practice and your preferences.