Bataleon Airobic Review
The Bataleon Airobic is a jibbing/park board that you have probably seen in a few video parts.
It uses the Park TBT (Triple Base Technology) which has a slightly narrower center base than the Jib TBT (used on the Disaster). Overall, the Airobic is soft and loose, but the 3BT helps you hold and edge when you need it.
The Airobic has a soft and forgiving flex, rated at a 3 out of 10. It has an extruded base, that keeps the cost down and is easy to repair, but is slower than a sintered base.
Features in this board (and what they mean):
- Park TBT (Triple Base Technology) – it has a wider middle base section than the all mountain 3BT, so that you have more stability on rails (50-50ing etc)
- 4×2/20 – lots of options for stance with and small adjustments for positioning your bindings
- Bi-ax Laminates – two layers of laminates, gives a soft flex
- Pop Core – made of poplar wood
- Extruded Base – tough and easy to repair, but not super fast
- Park 3BT
- 156cm wide
If you have big feet (size 11 or bigger) get the wide version.
|contact length (cm)||113||116||118||120||120|
|tip/tail width (mm)||289||291||293||307||297|
|waist width (mm)||250||250||252||264||255|
|sidecut radius (m)||7.45||7.60||7.70||7.80||7.85|
|stance width (cm)||525-605||530-610||545-625||560-640||560-640|
|tbt type||outline shape||contact shape||stiffness (1-10)|