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|Contact Length||108,7 cm||111,5 cm||114,3 cm||117,1 cm||119,9 cm|
|Effective Edge||112,2 cm||115 cm||117,8 cm||120,6 cm||123,4 cm|
|Waist Width||27 cm||27,8 cm||27,9 cm||28 cm||28,1 cm|
|Tip/Tail Width||31.5/29.5 cm||32.4/30.4 cm||32.7/30.6 cm||32.9/30.9 cm||33.2/31.1 cm|
|Sidecut Radius||8,6 m||8,7 m||8,8 m||8,9 m||9 m|
|Setback (cm)||1 cm||1 cm||1 cm||1 cm||1 cm|
|Min-Max Stance||48-56 cm||49-57 cm||50.5-58.5 cm||52-60 cm||53.5-61.5 cm|
|Float Rating (0-100)||80||84||86||88||91|
|Weight recommendation||57-69 kg / 125-152 lbs||61-73 kg / 134-161 lbs||66-83 kg / 145-183 lbs||71-88 kg / 156-194 lbs||77-94 kg / 169-207 lbs|
|Shoe size (EU)||38 - 45+||38 - 45+||38 - 45+||38 - 45+||38 - 45+|
I haven't had this much fun on a board in a while. This board turns on a dime and carve up a mean line.
Just took my new PW 57’ (paired with union strata’s) to a resort for the weekend, was good to excellent spring conditions. This board is fast, super responsive, and easy to maneuver. Morning groomers didn’t stand a chance as the PW was feeling it early, bombing at mach-10 with amazing turnability. Man I like the rails. As conditions improved with the sun shining, shed a layer and the PW hit the trees. Easy, fast transitioning, floated around trees and any stashes. I’m seriously going to have a problem going back to my other boards as the PW is so legit. The PW likes to motor, when things get flat the PW gets bored and you can feel it, that would be the only negative I can offer. All in all great investment, shipped to me in just a few days by Bataleon, would buy again and I highly recommend getting one!
No doubt the party wave is the most fun you can have at this price point, it feels as though you’re using cheat codes when in the deep stuff because it floats like a boat and just feels stable underfoot at all times. Is this a quiver killer board? No. Is this a board everyone should have in their quiver? Absolutely yes!
I am shoe size 13, right under 6 ft tall and only 157 pounds; I was REALLY having a hard time finding the right board. If I found one that was the right width, then it was a board for someone like 6'5 or so...
I found https://ultrawidesnowboards.com and that led me to this board. I ended buying the 154, and it really feels PERFECT.
The only 2 things to mention: it is not mentioned on this page that it is recommended you purchase this board 5 to 10cm shorter than what would be your normal board. and the other thing: FLIP-FLOP base?? no idea what that is about.
Only in my second season of riding, I thought that the Party Wave was going to be too much and will not really going to be able to enjoy it since i have only been riding for 2 years and still consider myself a beginner. I was totally wrong. I had a blast riding the Party Wave. It felt very stable at high speeds and at the steeps. It was easy to flip the tail around, it didn't give that stuck feeling. Riding the edges gave positive feedback and it reacted to changes that I put in when carving my turns. The faster you go, the better it felt. Rode through bumpy terrain and it didn't give you a feeling that you were going to lose control and be bucked off your board. The best of all is how the board turns, amazing. It's hard to explain the sensation, it's crazy. Thanks to Bataleon for a great fun board. You can really party all day in this one. I got the 154 based on Ivan's recommendation. Im 200lbs, size 11 boots. Floated well on the deep stuff, reaction was good and stable at higher speeds.