The all-terrain Push-Up is aimed at women riders who are looking for a board that delivers superb performance in all types of terrain and conditions. Built around a directional tapered shape it's mostly at home blasting piste runs and dropping powder lines, but thanks to its versatile Freestyle 3BT base shape it's more than capable of delivering a run through the park that would satisfy even the most freestyle specific rider.
By combining equally sized flat base sections with medium uplift side base sections in both the nose and tail, the Push Up's 3BT profile not only delivers a rock solid and stable ride through the turn, but it also gives a really playful feel as well as delivering great float in the pow, making this one of the most versatile all-terrain boards on the market. Add to this a traditional dynamic camber profile and the Push-Up comes alive in all types of terrain and riding.
Internally Bataleon utilise their Reactor wood core. This high-end poplar core adds beech stringers along the edges to deliver extra power and response to the sidecut, ensuring that the Push-Up has the performance to deliver no matter how hard you push.
Now one of the secrets to the versatile performance of the Push-Up is that Bataleon has resisted the urge to use a stiffer Tri-Ax glass for the structural layers. Instead they've stayed with a softer Bi-Ax variant, giving the board a more playful feel, ensuring that on those days when you just want to cruise this is one board that isn't going to feel like deadwood. But don't go thinking that the softer glass has killed the performance. Thanks to the addition of Basalt reinforcing running from the insert pack to both contact points, the Push Up delivers truly remarkable performance for a board that isn't super stiff.
Finally the high molecular density low maintenance extruded HTP base gives you a super-fast glide in all conditions. For this season the Push-Up is also available as a package with the matching Switchback Up binding.
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