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January 21, 2013
I've got a 158 and weigh 95kg so I can put some force into it, however I found it to be much stiffer than 5/10 which meant it charged and carved great but less buttery than I'd like. Rad pop and stable at high speed while flat boarding and no edge catch.
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January 19, 2013
This board is awesome! I have it in 153. It does slay the pow, and it's almost impossible to catch an edge while riding. However, for those of you who know what true carving is and not just skidded turns; this is where the TBT fails. It is possible to get the board on edge, but it takes a ton of tilt and just isn't as fun as other boards.
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I'm looking at the 156 for a rails/park board. My last 2 boards have been Arbor draft and Neversummer Sl, great boards for their areas. I snapped the draft in Japan, so have been Riding the SL (161) most of the time. Great board for all mountain riding but need a more park/rails specific board that can hold up on bigger jumps, as this is where the draft let me down. This board looks perfect for me because i'm looking to move back to traditional camber. Any advice would be much appreciated. I am 5'10, 75kg
December 20, 2012
I'm 6'1 and 95kg with a 158, great all mountain board and really stable on the bigger jumps but this is the stiffest board ive ever had, it is not a 5 out of 10 flex like they say, and wouldn't be a great jib board for you.
I also have a 157 G.W. which is also really nice, a bit softer for pressing (although not a lot) and is still quite stiff torsionally. Hope it helps
By: Harry Hart
January 21, 2013
December 4, 2012
If you enjoy a longer board for barging groomers, bombing through masses of skiers, and still want to be able to snap some ollies off any feature you can ride over, this is a great board. I'm cruising on the 158 and love having a longer board when I'm not spending my day in the park or getting wild in the streets. The Flex is a bit more playful than I originally thought because Bataleon boards are generally stiffer, but I am overall extremely pleased and look forward to riding all season. Buy this!
- 150 cm, 153 cm, 156 cm, 158 cm, 161 cm
- medium (5 of 10 on Bataleon's scale)
- TBT Freestyle (hybrid)
- Effective Edge:
- [150cm] 1130 mm; [153cm] 1150 mm; [156cm] 1170 mm; [158cm] 1190 mm; [161cm] 1210 mm
- Waist Width:
- [150cm] 246 mm; [153cm] 249 mm; [156cm] 251 mm; [158cm] 254 mm; [161cm] 256 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [150cm] 7.55 m; [153cm] 7.7 m; [156cm] 7.8 m; [158cm] 7.95 m; [161cm] 8.05 m
- Stance Width:
- [150cm] 22.04 in; [153cm] 22.24 in; [156cm] 22.44 in; [158cm] 22.63 in; [161cm] 22.83 in
- Stance Setback:
- Recommended Use:
- all-mountain, freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years