Bataleon Disaster Gulli Edition Snowboard -
When it comes to urban jibs, double G kills it. The destroyer of urban spots has his own graphic to the board he rides most, the Bataleon Disaster Gulli Edition Snowboard. Soft playful flex mixed in with the Jib TBT makes the Disaster a solid jib stick. Jib TBT gives you an overall loose feel due to the slightly lifted edges in the nose and tail, which is complimented nicely by a mild camber. This gives the board a great pop while still have a loose and forgiving feel, great for locking onto rails and jibs. Bless your local rail, statue, or wall with the worthy Bataleon Disaster Gulli Edition Snowboard.
- Jib TBT profile is flat between the bindings with two flat sections angled down at the tip and tail
- Gulli Gudmundsson pro model graphics
- Hammer edges are tougher than regular edges
- Extruded base
- True twin shape
- Soft flexing pressure-bonded wood composite core
When Gulli Gudmundsson hits the streets of urban Iceland, he's on the Bataleon Disaster Gulli Edition Snowboard. Bataleon loaded the Disaster with a gaggle of park-friendly features like wide binding inserts for wider stances and a crazy-soft flex for ridiculous forgiveness. Triple Base Technology combines the loose, forgiving feel of a rocker board with the pop of camber for easier landings without washing out, and Bataleon's Hammer edges stand up to session after session of board-torturing rail action.
The Disaster's Jib TBT rocker provides plenty of stability when you need it, like when you're locking into presses. The profile mimics regular camber but with hard angles where regular camber is a continuous curve. At the tip and tail, the edges are turned up. This profile gives the board a playful feel, but also powerful edge control when the edges are weighted. Bataleon's Tough Core is an all-wood composite that's virtually unbreakable but that is also super flexible to provide confidence-inspiring forgiveness in the park and on rails. The Disaster's true twin shape makes riding switch feel the same as riding forward, and Bataleon's Hammer Edges are much tougher than normal edges so the board isn't destroyed after just a couple of rail sessions. Bataleon finished the board off with an extruded base that makes repairs a snap.