Powder snorkel not included.
Get used to the feeling of blower pow spraying everywhere—even rendering you incapable of breathing. The Bataleon Omni Snowboard should come with a powder snorkel, as its directional shape, setback stance, and Freeride Triple Base Technology(TBT) will have you seeking the biggest and baddest pow stashes around. Backseat inserts let you drop your stance all the way back, keeping you afloat on the deepest days. A Reactor core gives you the stability needed to power through deep snow and variable conditions alike. Triax laminates deliver precise board feel and more torsional rigidity, ideal for freeriding and carving.
Freeride TBT is designed for charging big mountain lines and maximum powder floatation. Featuring full-on camber from tip to tail and upturned edges at the nose and tail, this board gives you the stability of camber with the float and forgiving feel of rockered designs. The center of the board between the bindings is totally flat, as is a narrow strip running to the nose and tail. Specifically tuned for powder floatation, wider upturned nose edges provide wing-like floatation over deep powder. The tail of the Freeride TBT is tapered, allowing for agile turning when tracking through deep powder.
- Directional shape with 0.8 inch setback
- Freeride TBT: camber with turned-up edges above inserts to tip and tail
- Reactor core: poplar core with hardwood enforcements along the sidewalls
- Lightning edges: thin,lightweight edges
- Tri-ax laminates
- Backseat inserts
- Sintered base
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I LOVE this board. I shredded apart my Stepchild Jib Stick and wanted a different board that suited my riding more. I ride powder and forests and occasionally do some jumps, so I figured an all mountain board would be fine. And it was great.
I love the directional shape and the setback options. The TBT was a bit odd at first, especially going from a board with really bad edges but I'm used to it and it really feels comfortable.
The only "negative" thing I have to say is that my board is way more blue than purple and that the top graphic is barely visible because it isn't grey, but more like highlighted so you can feel it and see it in the right light.
If my boot size is ten, will my size large...
If my boot size is ten, will my size large bindings fit on this board without my boot catching when i make sharp turns? Or should i look more for a wide sized board?