Are Bataleon snowboards good?
All Bataleon boards are hand-built in Austria at the Mothership with focus on craftsmanship and exceptional materials. Not only do Bataleon boards ride well but they look great, with graphics that stand out from the crowd.
Are Bataleon snowboards good for beginners?
The Bataleon Spirit is a friendly all-mountain snowboard that offers quick and easy-going progression from blustering beginner to confident cruising. No fuss, no frills, just fun.
What does the Bataleon snowboard logo mean?
Danny, who is the Art Director and Part Owner, came up with the now-iconic three fingered salute logo – a nod to the 3D Technology, and the Norwegian misspelling of bataleon. He met Jorgen at their first trade show in Norway, and as soon as he saw the different shapes, he was hooked.
Are lobster and Bataleon the same?
For over a decade, Bataleon and sister company Lobster have led the industry in 3D shape technology. They have perfected their patented Triple Base Technology™, producing boards with traditional camber and lifted contact points, making snowboarding more enjoyable for all.
When did bataleon snowboards come out?
Bataleon Snowboards was founded in 2000 by then 44-year-old biophsysicist Jorgen Karlson in the Netherlands. Karlson studied the riding properties of a snowboard and came up with the idea of the 3BT – triple base technology.
What are bataleon snowboards made of?
100% poplar – traditional core design that draws on the strong, springy qualities of this mid-hard wood from tip to tail.
Is lobster a good snowboard brand?
Produced in Capita’s high standard factory in Carinthia, Austria, Lobster Snowboards provides high quality boards made in Europe. The complete range of Lobster Snowboards uses 3BT technology, which means that the board features a full tip to tail camber centerbase with rockered sidebases in one shape.
Does nidecker own Bataleon?
Nidecker (aka Nidecker Group) is a family-owned Swiss snowboarding company based in Rolle, Switzerland. Nidecker was founded in Etoy, Switzerland, in 1887. They own and operate several snowboard product companies and brands including Bataleon, Flow, Jones, Lobster, Nidecker, NOW, Rome, Switchback and YES.