Bataleon Global Warmer 2018

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Description

The 2018 Bataleon Global Warmer is a high performance park board with a fun flex. If your ideal day is riding laps through the park from first to last chair, this will suit you. The soft flex can keep it loose and buttery when you need it, but don't let it fool you - the GW can handle whatever jumps you want to take it on.


Key Features

Camber Type: Twin 3BT

The 3BT design gives this board the good parts of traditional camber, with the looser and fun feel of rocker. Overall it has a regular camber profile, but at the edges, the contact points are lifted up of the snow. When you are riding the board flat based, it will be loose, fun and not catchy - as soon as you put it on the edge, you are back to the best parts of camber. The best of both worlds.

Flex: 3/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff) 

Shape: Twin

Built for multi directional riding, spinning and jibbing. Ride it forwards, backwards or upside down.

Core: Core Core Bamboo

A full poplar wood core, that has bamboo laid tip to tail along the inserts of the board. The added bamboo gives you more pop, a solid ride and a smooth torsional flex.

Base: Super Slick X 

Not just a standard extruded base, it is made of some very dense material that keeps you moving fast, and maintenance-free.

Additional Features:

Biax Laminate - Light, strong and responsive fiberglass pattern.

Carbon Stringers - Super light, carbon stringers add pop, precise control and smooth dampening to the board.

SIZE CHART

Boards Lengths: 148cm, 151cm, 154cm, 157cm

Stance Set Back: 0mm

Waist Width:

(148cm) 249mm

(151cm) 250mm

(154cm) 251.5mm

(157cm) 254.5mm 

Recommended Rider Weight:

(148cm) 50-68kg

(151cm) 57-75kg

(154cm) 59-77kg

(157cm) 61-85+kg

  • Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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