When it comes to playful all-mountain decks, few match the capacity of the Bataleon Fun.Kink Snowboard. Featuring Bataleon s Freestyle 3BT shape, the Fun.Kink offers a loose, surfy feel with catch-free edges. If you're looking for a park board that'll bring the jib-mentality to the rest of the mountain, this is your board.
Twin 3BT This twin 3BT flavor comes with a wide centerbase and base uplift that beings at the binding edge. The base uplift angle is mellow and offers a relaxed jib feel. The wide centerbase aids stability on takeoffs, landings, and in presses. Designed for terrain parks and overall freestyle riding.
3 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff)
99% Twin The nose is 1 cm longer than the tail.
Sidebase Uplift Tip: Low Uplift | Tail: Low Uplift
Core Core Full poplar with beech hardwood laid tip to tail along the inserts to enhance the board's jib, jump and freestyle riding attributes. The added beech hardwood strengthens the board's backbone and puts out potent pop while still offering a comfortable lateral flex.
BiAx Bataleon's traditional and time-tested two-way weave of fiberglass, made light, strong and responsive.
Solid Walls The go-to material for flex, weight savings, and durability along the edge.
Super Slick X Not a basic extruded base. It has the highest molecular content available for an extruded base. That mean's it's super slick, durable and maintenance-free.
PLT Topsheet This finishing method means applying the topsheet after the board is pressed. This gives the board an ultra-slick finished look, and because the topsheet is pre-pressed it allows Bataleon to fine-tune the board's final flex pattern.
2 x 4 Inserts
|Effective Edge (mm)||1140||1170||1180||1200||1230|
|Waist Width (mm)||248||251||253||265||267|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||7.6||7.75||7.85||7.95||8.05|
|Stance Setback (mm)||0||0||0||0||0|
|Stance Range (mm)||525 - 605||540 - 620||555 - 635||560 - 640||560 - 640|
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Comments about Bataleon Fun.Kink Snowboard 2017:
Overall a great board. In the turns it was smooth edge to edge and very predictable. Claimed as basically a pure park board I found that it was stiffer than described, most likely from the triple base adding some stiffness in the nose and tail. I think that this would be a perfect board for someone looking to maybe try camber for the first time or who likes to hit jumps and also move outside of the park and also ride the whole mountain.