Go big or go home.

      Taller riders and dudes with big feet are often lumped with heavy planks; the Stallion bucks that trend. It’s a super-sized version of the top-of- the-line Jam that boasts all the same lightweight materials and agile performance. Our 3D approach to shape means edge transitions are faster than traditional wide boards, while the versatile outline lets you crush any terrain in any conditions. A lean, mean thoroughbred.




        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


        Directional Twin Outline


        3D Shape


        Freestyle 3BT™ + Sidekick™


        Sidebase Uplift

        Medium Uplift

        Medium Uplift

        Camber Profile


        Dynamic Camber


        Carbon Layup





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


        Our lightest 80-20 paulownia and poplar wood blend for the lightest 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

        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

        Maximum molecular content for a hardened sintered base that hauls ass. More molecules mean a denser base that can take a beating using ISO-Sport 7000 series as backbone.


        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.

        Stallion Specs

        Contact Length (cm)118,7 120,9 125,6
        Effective Edge (cm)123,7 125,9 130,6
        Waist Width (cm)26,8 27,5 27,9
        Tip/Tail Width (cm)31.3/31.3 32.1/32.1 32.4/32.4
        Sidecut Radius (m)8,3 m8,5 m8,7 m
        Setback (cm)000
        Min-Max Stance (cm)53.5-65.5 55-67 55-67
        Float Rating (0-100)737782
        Weight recommendation (kg/lbs)85-105 / 187-231 93-113 / 205-249 103-123 / 227-271
        Shoe size (EU)44.5+44.5+44.5+

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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 5 reviews
        Alexander Moore
        Tall Riders Dream

        Finally found a board that fits the larger rider. I’m 6’8’’, 220lbs, have a size 13 boot and the stallion let’s you saddle up and tackle any conditions on the mountain. I previously rode a 158w Goliath and felt a lot of chatter and not enough support. Stepping onto the Stallion feels like the next step up and let’s a larger rider translate their power into their riding!

        Ralph De La Rosa
        Welcome to the future

        Great board. The 3D definitely took some getting used to. It's more dramatic than Jones or other brands using this tech. In fact, the first thing I did with this board was fall while transferring edge in a natural bowl because I put too much weight into the transfer. After five runs on this thing, I was carving deeper than usual and loving how playful the 3D shape makes this despite it being a stiffer board. The pop from the camber left a little bit to be desired so far, but I also sense I haven't quite learned this board yet. That may change.

        Not for beginners. When you pressure your back foot on this thing it whips around. I can tell already it's gonna be a fun AF in powder for this reason. As for groomers etc this is for riders who have front foot steering on lock or are approaching that. This board actually laid bare some of my bad habits in a new way for precisely this reason. The torsional flex on this stiff beast was surprisingly good, actually - again, lending itself to that proper front foot tech.

        Not a quiver killer, but a rad addition to the set.

        6'0", 210 lbs, size 12 boot on a 164 cm wide. Toe was half an inch over the edge but no drag. Rode on 2" of fresh over windblown bulletproof on blues and small jumps.

        Amazing Flow

        Damn. Boards for bigger riders have gotten so much better, and this one blows away my prior board. I'm 6'4", 210lbs, with size 14 boots. This thing flows and pops, and I never drag a toe. The shaped base gives me so much more room to play and control the flow without catching an edge. Completely game changing!

        Pretty sweet!

        Definitely a big boy toy.

        Previously rode a 158W Rome rocker reverb wanting to be a park rat but my friends all chase the steeps and powder. Couldn’t keep up/kept losing edge/unstable af/tired af from bending my knees all day of any of that applies to you read this!

        This board is for the rider who’s taller and heavier. I’m 6’3” 230lbs and rode the 164W with Union Faction bindings on a blue bird day 30°F and can say with confidence this thing can hold an edge like a butt cheek on a stick. Never felt like I was getting squirly going 50 down sun bowl at squaw valley this season. Lots of pop! Traditional camber and that little stiffness in the back let’s you boost all day. Didn’t feel a difference riding switch. Didn’t catch an edge either setting up for jumps and little side hits. 3bt is dope. Lookin forward to the rest of the season on this baby 😍

        If you want a board that’s gunna be stable at high speeds, can carve groomers like a mofo, boost sky high, and eat pow for breakfast this is it my guy.

        George D.
        The board I’ve been waiting for

        Just took my Stallion 172 out for the first time today and it is a game changer. I’m 6’5” 300+ Lbs and this is the first board that has allowed me to keep up with my smaller friends. The stability and control, combined with the 3bt technology that basically makes catching an edge a thing of the past, makes this board amazing. I would recommend this board to any big guy trying to shred some pow.

        Its perfect For my fame a d size 15 boots. 11/10 would recommend bataleon boards. I am a believer.

        This is the way.

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