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Camel Two

Regular price $529.95
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The Camel Two builds on the fan favorite Camel Toe. We’ve kept the same tapered lines that were the secret ingredient behind the original’s flowing turns, but given the outline and nose profile a modern facelift. We’ve also upgraded the wood core and base to create a cutting edge board that will slice buttery smooth lines across the mountain and float through the deepest conditions.

Select Size:
Terrain

Park

Resort

Pow

What’s this board’s natural home? Full send in the park? Elbows down on the trails? Or chucking roosters somewhere off grid?

Flex

5.0

Softer snowboards are easier to press and won’t kick your ass if you make a mistake. Stiffer decks are more stable at speed and super responsive edge-to-edge. Choose your poison.

Float Ratio

81

Maximum volume for surfy vibes in the pow, or a smaller surface area for nimble freestyle performance. This number is calculated with length, width, 3D shape and surface distribution.

Outline Shape

Directional

On our more freeride orientated boards the center base is at its most narrow and the uplift is at its highest this creates unparalleled float in pow super fast edge-to-edge transitioning.

Nose Sidebase Uplift

High

The gradual side base uplift in the nose determines how the board will behave on snow. most effected are the edge to edge performance and the uplift generated when riding powder.

Tail Sidebase Uplift

Low

The gradual side base uplift in the tail determines how the board will behave on snow. Any amount of uplift brings all the benefits of Triple Base Technology making our boards more versatile then others.

Camber Profile

Medium Camber

Camber profiles are defined from low to high. Higher camber make for more dynamic boards that need to be ridden more aggressively to get maximum performance. Lower camber boards are smoother on lower speeds and in powder. All camber profiles run from nose to tail. higher is not always better...

3D Shape

3BT™ + Sidekick™

Combining the responsiveness of traditional tip-to-tail camber with the dynamic shaping properties of Triple Base Technology and the performance boosting Sidekick feature makes for a 3D snowboarding experience like no other.

Glassing

Bi-Ax
Lamination

A traditional two-way weave that is light, strong and playful; it keeps the board snappy without adding torsional stiffness, which is great for getting creative.

Woodcore

Light
Core

50/50 Paulownia and poplar creates a balanced core that’s lively yet strong.

Special Sauce

D.S.T.
Super Tubes

Dual Super Tubes, a Super Tube on either side of the board enhances pop and gives the camber more snap.

Base

Hyper
Glide S

Our standard sintered base that’s durable and fast – and even faster when you keep it waxed.

Sidewalls

Solid Walls
Sidewall

We use tried and trusted ABS sidewalls for most of the collection. For the best flex to strength ratio.

Layup & Laminate

Carbon
Stringers

Our tried and tested carbon layups. We deploy them in different areas to fine-tune the feel of each model.

Base

Flip
Flop Base

Die-cut bases are like a jigsaw. Flip Flop minimizes waste by using two or more color options for each piece. That means more unique graphics and less environmental harm.

At the heart of every Bataleon is a combination of 3BT™ and positive camber. It’s an innovative solution to the profile puzzle that minimizes the potential for edge-catch without sacrificing ollie power or carving performance. From this starting point, we fine-tune each element according to the boards desired riding style.

SideKick™ builds on the concept of Triple Base by increasing the sidebase uplift just outside the widest points of the nose and tail. The tips become more like a hull, boosting float in deep snow and slicing through crud. It also helps the board to roll quickly and evenly from edge to edge.

Supertubes™ are hollow carbon cylinders that are inserted directly into the core. They reinforce the camber, reduce weight and greatly increase pop. By varying their location we can fine-tune the board’s performance further.

Length (cm)

149

153

157

161

Effective Edge (cm)

116.0

119.6

123.2

126.8

Waist Width (cm)

25.2

25.6

26.0

26.4

Tip/Tail Width (cm)

30.1 / 28.1

30.6 / 28.6

31.1 / 29.1

31.6 / 29.6

Sidecut Radius (m)

9.0/8.5/8.0

9.3/8.8/8.3

9.6/9.1/8.6

9.9/9.4/8.9

Setback (cm)

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Inserts

20

20

20

20

Min/Max Stance (cm)

49.0-57.0

51.0-59.0

52.0-60.0

53.0-61.0

Min/Max Stance (in)

19.3-22.4

20.1-23.2

20.5-23.6

20.9-24.0

149

153

157

161

Float Rating

75

79

83

87

Weight Recommendation (Kg)

56.0-76.0

63.0-83.0

71.0-91.0

81.0-101.0

Weight Recommendation (Lbs)

123-167

139-183

156-200

178-222

Boot Size (EU)

42-46

42-47

43-48

43-48

Boot Size (cm/mondo)

26.5-29.5

27.0-30.0

27.5-30.5

27.6-30.6

Boot Size (US)

8-12

9-12

9-13

10-13

Boot Size (UK)

7-11

8-11

8-12

9-12

NOTE: If you are at the upper end of the boot size range, you might consider a wide board to hit the sweet spot for deep carving and float in pow.

Customer Reviews

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TR
This is the one..

I was looking for a resort all mountain board that could handle cruising groomers most days and then excel in the powder if/when the gods deemed us worthy. After demoing the Burton Home town Hero, Bataleon Goliath, and Salomon Dancehaul, I went off script and bought the Camel 2. Today was day one- blue skies, fairly hard packed and occasional corduroy at Whistler Blackcomb. The C2 handled like a champ, surfy on the snowy trail edges and stable through the patchy middle sections. Loved the feel, confidence inspiring "correctability" whenever things got sketchy. I can't wait to ride it in some pow since it gets great reviews in that area too. A definite contender if you are looking for an all mountain ride for variable conditions...

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Ian Jones
Great pow board

Who doesn't want to ride a Camel toe... Great board on corduroy and even better in pow I still have my lib Travis rice, lib Dynamo and my yes DCP all great boards and all have had nitro phantom carver and Union ultras on them and the Camel 2 still is the one getting all the action fun board not the best on (cascade concrete here in OR) but still a fun time

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John Bennett
The perfect resort pow stick

Imo the only thing letting the old CT down was the extruded base, at a resort like Fernie where getting around the mountain requires long traverses and mellow cat tracks it didn't do too well. With the upgraded sintered base the C2 handles it like a boss. Just like the CT it floats awesome and is nimble through the trees.

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Tristan
Camel Two First Glance

I haven’t had the opportunity to get out on this board quite yet but I will say that the anticipation is almost overwhelming.

After watching a few reviews on YouTube and researching Bataleon for a little over a year, the camel two jumped out at me and I couldn’t pass up the opportunity. There’s a reason they sell out fast and I can’t wait to find out why :)

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L.
Love this board !

Energy drinks to wings is Camel 2 to confidence. This board is extremely fun to ride. It’s basically impossible to catch an edge, super intuitive and smooth in squirrelly side hits, doesn't fight back, and rides well switch.

I really notice a difference on hard cat tracks too. The 3BT lets you ride flat and feel locked in at the same time. Zooming past the confused faces of skiers is a joy I never thought I’d experience. This thing is an amazing carver too. Even in a 153 I feel superglued to the run at speed and through significant chop.

Can’t say enough good things, I’m extremely happy with this board. I didn’t realize how much of a fight it was to ride my old board until I got on the Camel 2.

It makes you feel and look like a much better snowboarder than you actually are which is great for an Ontario kid who’s new to BC mountains.

Love this thing.

One caveat is I’m not sure how durable it will be as the base seems to chip/gouge very easily. I’ve always waxed my own boards and never had issues with gouges during the scrape but i did with this board and you really have to watch out when scraping (especially around 3BT area but I’ve had issues across the board).

I’ve also already had some base/edge damage after taking it out twice on groomers. Pretty significant chips in the base material which feels and looks a lot different from other sintered bases I’ve owned. It reminds me more of an extruded base than sintered. One guy gently hit my board in the lift line which caused some of the fibre glass to peel. Haven’t had this issue with past boards.

It seems quite a bit more fragile than my old “B” board but I’m willing to baby it considering how fun it is to ride.