Up for whatever.
The Bataleon Whatever Snowboard doesn't like to be boxed into categories or told where to ride. Truth is, this board will perform admirably all over the mountain, and it really excels at providing a fun, freestyle-focused approach to shredding wherever and whatever you want. A medium-soft flex gives this board a forgiving and buttery feel, yet there's ample response for tearing apart groomers and sending park jumps.
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. Freestyle TBT is the most versatile of Bataleon's TBTs, featuring a longer contact length to give it stability at high speeds without sacrificing playfulness.
The directional twin shape gives you better control and drive, but still allows for unrestricted switch riding. Biax glass gives the board a soft, even flex for proper presses and easy turn initiation. 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. It's finished off with an extruded base that's easy to repair when you ding it up in the streets or the park.
- Camber with Freestyle TBT (Triple Base Technology)
- Directional twin shape
- Medium-soft flex
- Biax glass
- Poplar core with hardwood strips along insert rows
- Extruded base
- 4x2/22 insert pack