Spread the darkness across the entire mountain.
Thanks to Bataleon, the next time ski patrol grills you for ollieing slow signs, spraying gapers, and boosting off knolls, you can honestly say that it wasn't you, it was your Evil Twin Snowboard. It features Triple Base Technology for the ideal combination of camber with a rocker feel that kills it all over the mountain, from groomers to pow, but that especially shines in the park.
The Evil Twin's Twin TBT rocker provides plenty of stability when you need
it, like when you're locking into presses. The profile mimics regular camber but with hard angles where regular
camber is a continuous curve. At the tip and tail, the edges are turned
up. This profile gives the board a playful feel but also
powerful edge control when the edges are weighted. Bataleon's Core
core is poplar with hardwood reinforcements for a smooth medium flex and light weight. The Evil Twin's true twin shape makes riding switch feel the same
as riding forward, and Bataleon's lightning edges are thinner than most, so they reduce the board's weight. Bataleon finished the board off with a sintered base for crazy speed.
- Twin TBT profile is flat between the bindings with two flat sections angled down at the tip and tail
- True twin shape
- Lightning edges are lighter than regular edges
- Poplar core with hardwood reinforcements
- Sintered base
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OH MY TBT.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
So I got this board a little bit ago, I've ridden it already 10+ days and all I can say is, "Wow" every time, every damn time. I didn't know if the Triple Base Tech (TBT) was going to be all Bataleon has made it up to be, but I am insanely impressed. The first run on this board was different than any other board I've ridden. No amount of rocker, camber, rocker/camber will ever match up to how well this snowboard performs. It floats on top of new snow with no problems. It is poppy and turns like a perfectly old fashioned camber board which is what we all (everyone thats snowboarded before rocker became mainstream) grew up on. But ITS COMPLETELY CATCH FREE. It's wonderful, you can do butter spins the entire way down the mountain if you wanted to without having to do anything than press the board and keep turning your head. Its fun on jibs, the medium flex is consistent because its a camber board. If you are in the market for a new board I can guarantee that after a few runs on this board you won't want to go back to anything you've ridden before. I can keep writing on and on about how wonderful this board is, but I would rather go ride it, and you should too.