Fantastically fit for full-on freestyle.
- Twin TBT (Triple Base Technology) shape uses subtle edge-to-edge rocker under the contact points that transitions to a large flat zone in the board's center
- Traditional camber shape balances out TBT to deliver reliable ollie power and high-speed control
- Biax/triax combo fiberglass wrap hooks up a forgiving, jib-friendly flex
- Extraduded 2000 base takes a beating and keeps you sliding fast, especially if you wax it once in a while
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i weigh 210 and am 5'8, i am an intermediate...
i weigh 210 and am 5'8, i am an intermediate boarder, and lookin to buy my 1st board (aside from the one my parents gave me a while back) is this right for me?
If you're more into riding park this is a nice soft board. For all mountain stuff you'll want something stiffer.
How does TBT compare with Lib Tech's banana...
How does TBT compare with Lib Tech's banana tech?
pretty goddamn awesome
just got this about a month ago. rode on it only 3 times this season but i gotta say this is a amazing park board. decent flex , great pop. and overall a fun board.
get it if ur lookin for a sick park board and u like camber and don't give a S#!T about Rocker boards.
I have this as my second Bataleon board and love it. I have had fun with it since I stepped on it. The triple base makes the board feel like surfing when you are in the bumps, the tail doesn't get hung up or snag. The board is very soft and just a blast to ride. Like Bataleon says, Yeah for it!
I rode this board all last season and will be again this year. it's stiffer than the artifact but it's nimble and pops like cooking bacon with no shirt on. if you haven't ridden TBT yet you're missing out. This board is a park killer but it will handle the mountain cuz tbt carves like a hot knife through butter. YEA FOR IT!!