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    bataleon surfer snowboard photo shoot in the studio of bataleon snowboards
    bataleon surfer photo shoot in the studio of bataleon snowboards
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    bataleon snowboard photo shoot in the studio of bataleon snowboards
    bataleon surfer snowboard photo shoot in the studio of bataleon snowboards
      Surf the white wave

      The Surfer’s ultra wide 3D nose and deep cut swallowtail offer effortless float on the deepest days. The progressive outline paired with POW 3BT™ guarantee powerful turns and astonishing edge hold. This board is truly beyond belief.




        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.



        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.



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


        Outline Shape


        Swallow Outline


        3D Shape


        TwinPow 3BT™ + Sidekick™


        Camber Profile


        Mellow Camber


        Carbon Layup





        Our three-way weave of fiberglass is light, strong and responsive. We use this to beef up the flex pattern.


        Our very light 70-30 paulownia and poplar wood blend for an unparalleled strength to weight ratio.

        Special Sauce

        Dual Radial Super Tube. Hollow carbon core upgrades that are inserted into the core. The hollow carbon tubes greatly increase the woodcore’s pop and reduce weight.

        Carbon Lay-ups

        Precured carbon offers even livelier rebound than our regular stringers. We use it to stiffen the tail and improve drive through turns on performance boards like the Surfer.

        Carbon Lay-ups

        The type and placement of fiberglass greatly influences a board’s flex and riding characteristics. Boards are built with a layer of fiberglass above and below the woodcore.

        Base Tech

        Our standard sintered base that’s tough and fast, and faster when waxed.


        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.

        SuperTubes™ are hollow carbon core upgrades that are inserted into the core in 3 different configurations. The hollow carbon tubes greatly increase the woodcore’s pop and reduce weight.

        We incorporated a flexible composite material into the woodcore along the 3BT™ crease points to dampen vibration at high speed and make your snowboard smoother in all conditions. Think of it as a top of the line suspension system for your snowboard.

        Surfer Specs

        Length 149 154 159 162
        Contact Length (cm) 108,3 112,3 116 118,7
        Effective Edge (cm) 120,6 124,7 128,9 131,9
        Waist Width (cm) 25,5 26 26,4 26,5
        Tip/Tail Width (cm) 31.4/28.5 32.2/29.3 32.7/29.9 33.4/30.4
        Sidecut Radius (m) 7,6 m 7,7 m 7,9 m 8 m
        Setback (cm) 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5
        Inserts 24 24 24 24
        Min-Max Stance (cm) 47-59 48.5-60.5 50-62 52-64
        Float Rating (0-100) 84 89 93 96
        Weight recommendation (kg/lbs) 58-73 / 128-161 67-87 / 147-191 77-97 / 169-213 85-105 / 187-231
        Shoe size (EU) 38 - 44 38 - 44 38 - 44 44.5+

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 11 reviews
        Evan L. Harrington
        Favorite board

        I have the disaster goliath and the surfer. bought the surfer 154 and it has quickly become my favorite board in the quiver. floats like you wouldn’t believe and also rips on groomers. it was pretty fun on some slush laps in the spring as well. this board will make you not want to ride any other.

        Jack Sullivan
        Worth the $$$

        Rode the Surfer 154 for about 25 days this season. Rider weight: 145lbs, height: 5'11". Total days this season: 108 (previous daily, Lobster Eiki Pro 151). Rode this board with Union Contact Pro bindings and Burton Moto boots (terrible boot do not buy). Overall, very impressed with this board as the first directional shape I've rode. Standout features are definitely the carbon stringers in the tail, and the huge scooped out nose (it's only a couple cm wider than average, but underfoot, makes a huge difference - it's huge). Tail is nice and firm, contact points go all the way to the very end, holds an edge through almost anything, and lets you get really big, firm, knee grazing carves. Probably my favorite feature - even though its designed for powder, this thing still rips groomers like a bat out of hell. Tail also kicks up a nice plume of snow behind you to let everyone know you're bout that life. Done tail presses easily going 30+mph, locks in perfectly. If you're riding level and have both swallow tips engaged it will pop you up and kick the back knee into your chest with enough speed on your jumps, thing pops like movie theater popcorn. The nose is huge, impossible to sink it even on your deepest days. The 3BT uplift occasionally bites the snow weird and speed checks, but overall nice turn initiation and definitely a defining feature in powder. Plows through spring slush and chunder really easily, too. Definitely flexier than the tail, but is really forgiving for heel side speed checks when coming into steep, variable, mogul terrain, saved my a$$ a couple times. Board actually rides switch really well (assuming you are already a decent switch rider, to learn, I'd recommend a true twin), long tail contact points allow you to switch carve really easily, have gotten compliments from people watching me rip down the chairlift line. If you're riding switch flat on the base, you'll kick up some snow, so keep the weight on your back (front) foot. It'll still go switch, I have cab360s on small kickers with this bad boy, flexy nose lets you pop it up and clear all those contact points in the tail. Board is fun in the park too, been blasting med/large kickers with it and getting on boxes and tubes no problem, bonus style points for not riding a true twin like everyone else. Lastly, only got a few powder days with it, but had a blast, when its deep, this board floats like no other, sprays snow to the next town over, gives your back leg a break and lets you actually ride comfortably in knee/waist deep stuff without gassing out your back quad. Full disclosure, would not recommend this board for tight tree powder, tail and underfoot section are decently firm which will make it hard to turn on a dime if you're about to hit something. If you catch wide open pow stretches, its literally perfect, tail sinks, nose stays up, and you get dream lines etched into your memory for forever. PS: do not buy this board if you're antisocial, I've gotten about 100 "awww man, sweet board dude"s from lifties, another 100 "what's that pointy end for?" from Karens decked out in rental gear, and a few "man I had a board like that back in the 80s" from your local oldheads - if you like to chat, it's definitely a conversation piece. I feel like I could be a sales rep for Bataleon with how many people I've explained this board's features to, get ready to rip out your headphones for strangers on the chair. Overall worth the $$$, save up, get it, you won't regret it.

        Caleb O’Bannan
        Awesome Board

        Only able to use it once so far, but it was a blast. Probably won’t get to ride good pow until next season, and I Can’t wait!

        Patrick Gould
        Just What I've Been Looking For

        In the past I've settled for other boards that are jack of all trades but master of none, especially on fresh snow or powder days. This specializes in fresh snow because it floats so well. What I've noticed so far compared to other powder focused boards is that it is not squirrelly and is stable and predictable. Once the snow gets tracked out and packed down this board is surprisingly nimble edge to edge and can also hold an edge when you want to lay down some heavy carves.

        Best board I’ve ever ridden

        This thing is something else. The deeper the powder the better this thing handled. The surfer is a straight missile on the slopes. Just floats so effortlessly. Btw I’m 6’1” 200 pounds and was on the 159

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