Spread the darkness across the entire mountain.
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). This all-mountain favorite from Bataleon features the ideal combination of camber with a rocker feel and a medium flex that murders all over the mountain, from groomers and park to technical steeps and powder stashes.
Triple Base Technology (TBT) starts with a traditional camber profile for reliable pop and edge hold, and turns the edges up towards the tip and tail to eliminate hang-ups when riding flat base, and give it the forgiving feel of rocker without sacrificing the benefits of camber. Twin TBT features longer contact lengths than Park or Jib TBT for more stability at high speeds, but it's still stable enough to slide rails and boost jumps with.
Triax glass provides the stiffness and response you need for picking apart technical lines, yet it's still flexible enough to press in the park. Poplar wood keeps the core lightweight and snappy, and hardwood reinforcements running down the insert rows increase strength and channel energy to deliver more pop. A true twin shape allows for unrestricted switch riding, and blunt tips keep the swing weight down. It's finished off with a sintered base that's super-hard for impact resistance and holds tons of wax to keep you moving fast.
- Camber with Twin TBT (Triple Base Technology)
- True twin
- Medium flex
- Triax glass
- Poplar core with hardwood reinforcements along inserts
- Sintered base
- 4x2/22 insert pack
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Been shredding for 20 years plus now and have had the pleasure of riding many manufacturers and technologies. This is the first time for Bataleon and I am soooo stoked on this stick. For a guy who grew up riding traditional camber but is looking for a more user friendly ride 3BT is it. Traditional camber for predictable and snappy response with catch free surfy/skate 3BT base technology. Corporate culture is pure snowboarding and roots are based in keeping snowboarding fun! Quality Austrian build as well. Evil Twin and Boss are perfect one board quivers for freestyle minded folk in smaller mountains i.e east coast US. I would step up to Goliath or Jam for larger mountain resort riding. Yeah for it!
Hi, So i current have the union force L/XL bindings and the DC kush boots in size 11.5.. My question was if these are going to fit alright without too much drag on the 154cm twin with the 251mm waist.
I wear 10.5 Thirty Two TM-Two with L Burton Genesis bindings and a waist of 251mm is too narrow for me. I get too much toe drag for my liking, I am going to say that it will be too narrow for your boots as well.