why owuld you say the bataleon jam is more similar to a ns SL than a heritage?
my impression is the heritage is more freeride oriented than the SL. also with the Jam's longer lengths and 7 stiffness i also see it as a more freeride oriented board, whereas the SL is def. more freestyle oriented. am i wrong on this? id like to hear why you think the jam is more comparable to the SL.
similarly to the OP, im actually trying to decide between the NS heritage, bataleon jam, and lib tech t.rice for a all mountain freeride type of board. i currently have an SL, but i really like the response of camber better than the RC/C2 tech. this sways me to the bataleon, but im also curious to see how C2 differs from RC, and how the extra stiffness of the T.Rice, combod with MTX and C2 will feel, vs my SL with RC tech.
any insight appreciated!
also for the OP.... since these are stiffer, more freeride oriented boards, i would likewise match my boards up with stiffer more freeride oriented bindings. my first choice was the new rome targas. i also love union forces. i dont think u can go wrong with either for this seleciton of boards.