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    Minishred

    $229.95
    Minishred
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      Don't let your kids ride flat.

      Some people say you should stick your kids on skis for the first few years; those people haven’t tried Triple Base. The Minishred’s raised edges make it a breeze for the smallest of shredders to start turning. It’s a true twin which helps them figure out their stance and even try a little switch, and it’s built to the same high standards as our adult boards so you know it’ll last the distance. We’ve finished it off with a graphic that’s guaranteed to get any grom stoked to ride. Monkey see, monkey do.

        Characteristics

        Flex

        1
        Soft
        Stiff

        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

        3.4

        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.

        Terrain

        Park
        Groomers
        Pow

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

        Shape

        Outline Shape

        Tail

        Twin Outline

        Nose

        3D Shape

        Tail

        Twin 3BT™ + Sidekick™

        Nose

        Sidebase Uplift

        low Uplift

        Low Uplift

        Camber Profile

        Tail

        Low Camber

        Nose

        Materials

        Glassing

        Our traditional and time tested two-way weave of fiberglass is light, strong and responsive; keeping the board snappy without adding torsional stiffness.

        Woodcore

        Full poplar with beech hardwood laid tip to tail along the inserts strengthening the board’s backbone, reinforcing the inserts and producing more pop.

        Base Tech

        Not a basic extruded base. It has the highest molecular content available for an extruded base. That means it’s super slick, durable and maintenance-free.

        Base Tech

        Producing two or more base color options minimizes p-tex waste. That is why you will find flip flop base options on most of our die-cut bases. This means orders can be filled with either color option which makes environmental sense.

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        Features

        Triple Base Technology™ is awesome. The lifted sidebase areas at the widest points of the board make a lot of sense. The boards turn smoother and faster and it helps when you are not completely clean on your landings.

        SideKick™ dramatically increases the sidebase uplift at the widest points of the nose and tail. This makes turn initiation even smoother, increases float in powder and handling of the board in rough terrain.

        Minishred Specs

        Length (cm) 95 105 115 120
        Contact Length 63,1 cm 72,1 cm 81,1 cm 85,6 cm
        Effective Edge 63,1 cm 72,1 cm 81,1 cm 85,6 cm
        Waist Width 20,2 cm 21,2 cm 22,2 cm 22,7 cm
        Tip/Tail Width 22.4/22.4 cm 23.7/23.7 cm 25.1/25.1 cm 25.7/25.7 cm
        Sidecut Radius 4,2 m 4,8 m 5,4 m 5,7 m
        Setback (cm) 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm 0 cm
        Inserts 20 20 20 20
        Min-Max Stance 33-41 cm 35-43 cm 37-45 cm 38-46 cm
        Float Rating (0-100) 27 32 38 40
        Weight recommendation 17-27 kg / 37-59 lbs 22-32 kg / 48-70 lbs 27-42 kg / 59-92 lbs 29-44 kg / 64-97 lbs
        Shoe size (EU) 20 - 28 20 - 28 25 - 33 25 - 33

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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 15 reviews
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        Luke Allison
        Awesome Board

        THis board is awesome, my Nephew loves it!!!

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        Wes Harkins
        This little guy shreds

        Got a 115 in this cool little board for my son Who is 6 with a set of flow bindings. Due to the shape of the board he was able to easily stop on his heel edge, switch foot, and learned how to jump! Such a awesome Board for the little ones due to its shape and curved edges. He loves it! Thanks so much,
        A happy dad

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        David Broadstreet
        Batalion minishred 105

        Picked up this board for my 6yr old to learn on. This board is stable enough for him to cruise down a hill without any issues. He's still learning to turn and this board is perfect for that, its forgiving due to the shape preventing him from catching an edge when he makes a mistake. Also, the graphic on this has him pumped to ride it too. If you've got an aspiring shredder don't hesitate to give this board a shot.

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        Nianxin Jiang
        Good beginner board for the kid

        My son loves it - calls his board Mike (pretty sure the graphic designer got some inspiration from Monster Inc). He is four this year and starting out this sport. He is very timid, and being able to catch less when riding down the fall line really helps build his confidence.

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        Clayton & Esme
        All You Need To Know!

        Beginner boards come in 3 different shapes, my daughter has rode them all, and the Bataleon Mini Shred is hands down the best.
        Your options are Rocker shape with upturned edges, like the Burton boards, which are very forgiving, but start to get squirrely at speeds and are pretty loose in the corners once your grom starts linking turns, this gets a little sketchy and somewhat debilitating as they progress from the bunny hill. Next you have a completely flat design, which honestly are most other kids board in the industry, some will say they have upturned edges and they are forgiving boards to learn on, but they are not, they are however stable at speeds and hold their edges nice, but for sure your kid is going to end up with some bad edge catches. Finally you have Triple Base like Bataleon's, which is the best of both shapes, stable at speeds and locks in turns nicely, but very forgiving on the edges. My daughter is 5 and currently on the 21/22 95cm Mini Shred. She hits jumps and boxes, black diamonds, and carves past most adults.
        If you want to see all these shapes in action or ask more questions about getting your kid started, you can find us on IG @fromyerdad, but I can already tell you, this is the board that will take them from day one on the bunny hill and still be good when they start hitting jumps and exploring the rest of the mountain.

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