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|Contact Length||110,7 cm||112,9 cm||115,1 cm||114,4 cm||116,5 cm||118,7 cm|
|Effective Edge||115,7 cm||117,9 cm||120,1 cm||119,4 cm||121,5 cm||123,7 cm|
|Waist Width||24,9 cm||25,2 cm||25,5 cm||26,3 cm||26,5 cm||26,8 cm|
|Tip/Tail Width||29.1/29.1 cm||29.5/29.5 cm||29.8/29.8 cm||30.6/30.6 cm||30.9/30.9 cm||31.3/31.3 cm|
|Sidecut Radius||7,8 m||7,9 m||8,1 m||8 m||8,2 m||8,3 m|
|Setback (cm)||0 cm||0 cm||0 cm||0 cm||0 cm||0 cm|
|Min-Max Stance||48-60 cm||49-61 cm||49.5-61.5 cm||50-62 cm||53-65 cm||53.5-65.5 cm|
|Float Rating (0-100)||62||64||67||69||71||73|
|Weight recommendation||61-81 kg / 134-178 lbs||67-87 kg / 147-191 lbs||75-95 kg / 165-209 lbs||73-93 kg / 161-205 lbs||79-99 kg / 174-218 lbs||85-105 kg / 187-231 lbs|
|Shoe size (EU)||38 - 44||38 - 44||38 - 44||44.5+||44.5+||44.5+|
Very responsive, great edge to edge transitions with the tbt (feels like concave on a skateboard). Well designed and looks as great as it rides
After years of renting and spending so much money on rentals, I decided to finally buy my first board, after a while deliberating I decided on the Goliath and 3BT I could of not been happier on my choice, a beautiful graphic design and trying it opening day at A basin, I immediately fell in love with it.
very good snowboard, would recommend to others.
love the graphic，3BT is fit for any situations，I will take it to every mountain.
Riding for 20yrs and this was my first TBT. Honestly took me 2 days on mountain to really get it dialed but once I did *chefs kiss*. I’m 5-10, 190lbs on the 159cm. It’s fast. So fast you can straight line it into the resort parking lot. It’s got not 1 but 2 edges: soft bumps lets you waft betwixt the trees like Ali on a pot farm, hard kicks give consistent edge grabbing knuckle drags. Flexy enough for light butters with toast, stiff enough to keep you pointed. Stoopid light for the flat 360°z. Only drawback: camber “walking” the board is hella slippery because of how the edges flip up. Then again...walkin just means you weren’t goin fast enough, amirte?