Goliath

Goliath

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The Goliath is the board that started the 3D revolution. In this latest shape update we enhanced the Goliath’s on edge capabilities without sacrificing anything that makes this board so fun to ride. The Goliath is perfectly balanced to excel in all conditions. The harmony of freestyle agility and freeride power is ideal for solid riders who want one board to do it all.

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Terrain

Park

Resort

Pow

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

Flex

6.0

110

SoftStiff

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

62

10100

Min. FloatMax. Float

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.

Outline Shape

Directional Twin

Boards that need to excel both on the slopes and out of bounds are shaped with evenly proportioned center and side bases and a medium uplift striking the optimal balance for freestyle and freeriding.

Camber Profile

Medium Camber

Camber profiles are defined from low to high. Higher camber make for more dynamic boards that need to be ridden more aggressively to get maximum performance. Lower camber boards are smoother on lower speeds and in powder. All camber profiles run from nose to tail. higher is not always better...

3D Shape

3BT™ + Sidekick™

Combining the responsiveness of traditional tip-to-tail camber with the dynamic shaping properties of Triple Base Technology and the performance boosting Sidekick feature makes for a 3D snowboarding experience like no other.

Nose Sidebase Uplift

Low

The gradual side base uplift in the nose determines how the board will behave on snow. most effected are the edge to edge performance and the uplift generated when riding powder.

Tail Sidebase Uplift

Low

The gradual side base uplift in the tail determines how the board will behave on snow. Any amount of uplift brings all the benefits of Triple Base Technology making opur boards more versatile then others.

Glassing

Tri-Ax Lamination

Our three-way fiberglass weave is light, strong and crazy responsive. We use this to beef up the flex pattern on our more aggressive boards.

Woodcore

Ultra Light Core

A 70/30 Paulownia and poplar blend that offers awesome strength to weight.

Base

Hyper Glide S

Our standard sintered base that’s durable and fast – and even faster when you keep it waxed.

Sidewalls

Shock Walls

This is our Urethane infused sidewall technology. ShockWalls smooth out your ride and are more resistant to impact.

Tech

D.R.S.T. SuperTubes

Dual Radial Super Tubes, similar to DST but with four extra Super Tubes (six in total) running parallel to the board radius, delivering extra power to the edges.

Layup & Laminate

Carbon Stringers

Our tried and tested carbon layups. We deploy them in different areas to fine-tune the feel of each model.

At the heart of every Bataleon is a combination of 3BT™ and positive camber. It’s an innovative solution to the profile puzzle that minimizes the potential for edge-catch without sacrificing ollie power or carving performance. From this starting point, we fine-tune each element according to the boards desired riding style.

SideKick™ builds on the concept of Triple Base by increasing the sidebase uplift just outside the widest points of the nose and tail. The tips become more like a hull, boosting float in deep snow and slicing through crud. It also helps the board to roll quickly and evenly from edge to edge.

Supertubes™ are hollow carbon cylinders that are inserted directly into the core. They reinforce the camber, reduce weight and greatly increase pop. By varying their location we can fine-tune the board’s performance further.

Length (cm)

153

156

158W

159

161W

164W

167W

Effective Edge (cm)

117.9

120.2

121.7

122.4

124.0

126.2

128.5

Waist Width (cm)

25.1

25.4

26.5

25.6

26.8

27.0

27.2

Tip/Tail Width (cm)

29.4 / 29.4

29.8 / 29.8

30.9 / 30.9

30.1 / 30.1

31.3 / 31.3

31.6 / 31.6

32.0 / 32.0

Sidecut Radius (m)

7.7

7.9

7.9

8

8

8.2

8.3

Inserts

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

Min/Max Stance (cm)

51.0-63.0

52.0-64.0

52.0-64.0

53.0-65.0

53.0-65.0

54.0-66.0

55.0-67.0

Min/Max Stance (in)

20.1-24.8

20.5-25.2

20.5-25.2

20.9-25.6

20.9-25.6

21.3-26.0

21.7-26.4

Length (cm)

153

156

158W

159

161W

164W

167W

Weight Recommendation (Kg)

61.0-81.0

67.0-87.0

73.0-93.0

75.0-95.0

79.0-99.0

85.0-105.0

103.0-123.0

Weight Recommendation (Lbs)

134-178

147-191

161-205

165-209

174-218

187-231

227-271

Boot Size (EU)

39-43

39-43

44-48

39-43

44-48

44-48

45-48

Boot Size (cm/mondo)

25.0-27.5

25.0-27.5

28.0-30.5

25.0-27.5

28.0-30.5

28.0-30.5

28.5-31.0

Boot Size (US)

7-9

7-9

10-13

7-9

10-13

10-13

11-14

Boot Size (UK)

6-9

6-9

9-12

6-9

9-12

9-12

10-13

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Customer Reviews

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Ashton

The only gripe is that the box was damaged upon arrival. Other than that everything is and was great.

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Den
It is like Bugatti in snowboarding stuff!

I'm 184cm and 85-88 kg. I ride Goliath + 158W.
I have no big feet, 26,5-27cm, and use 32 9.5 size. I like wide boards for carving in the elbow and other speed carving tricks. So I my toe and hell not more 1 cm out over the snowboard.

Why I love this board much better than my previous girlfriend))). Because I can enjoy it everywhere: I ride powder, small kickers (10meters), rails, resorts, buttering. Carving with this board that is something incredible.

Compas 360 - easy, nose/tail roles - easy, jumps 180-540 from nose - easy. Landing from kickers is more stable, sliding on rails also more comfortable.

I also have Bataleon evil twin 159W 2021, but rode it this season only once. I gave it to my friends and brother. My bro is 176 and 70kg, and he was very impressed and ask me to gift it to him)

Goliath+ is much better for my measurements and ride style.
Is it realy fast device.
Also I can mention that the top sheet is much-much better durable!

I am really happy with it every time I am strapping in.
U only have to enjoy the view, mountains and beautiful ski-girls, everything else do the Bataleon Goliath+.

I tested a couple of boards when decided to change ET. Capita Super DOA, Burton Instigator, DC PGB, Neversummer Synthesis, GNU T2B. Not last models, but anyway. It is not bad one, but I decided to buy Goliath+.
And that was my right decision.
I really fully enjoy it.
I have Getaway Rollup Bag, Bataleon Astro AsymWrap, Bataleon Sleeve (u can find my reviews).
And I don't think about snowboard gear anymore.
Free fwe days, pack my snowboard, bag and go to the slopes.
Thats it, thats what I need.

Thanks to Bataleon, that make my life easier and happier.

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Ignacio P.
All you need is this directional twin

Excellent construction and design, really forgiving and super flowy feeling.
I'm a 6'3'' tall and 200 lbs guy with 14 size boots and the goliath+ handles very well, it feels solid on icy parts and super surfy on pow, it took me a couple of rides to get used to de 3bt but once i understood how to lean and use the edges was magical.
So if you are a intermediate+ gorilla-size snowboarder i deeply recommend this board.

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stephane engelen
Parfaite👍👍

Déjà possesseur d'une bataleon disaster en 154 pour rider avec du flow sur les bords de pistes,j'ai acheté cette goliath en 164wide (1.83m et 93kg). Elle est parfaite. Sur piste c est une balle en Park elle pop bien et en poudre elle a une bonne portance. Je recommande sans hésiter👍👍

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D.
Amazing

Got the 159 Goliath+ to replace an 157 evil twin. I’m 5’11”, 180 lbs. Got to use it once end of season at killington after 26” fell. Great day, board was fantastic. I love my evil twin, and demo’d a Goliath earlier this year. The + just felt better. I’m not sure I even understand why, but it definitely corrected a few mistakes for me. I got the evil twin coming off a rocker camber board. Would never get on one of those again. I hated it from day one. But when I brought my old camber boards back out every once in a while I’d catch an edge, always dug out of it but it’s a confidence shaker. 3BT is the way, full camber without ever having to worry about catching an edge. SO quick edge to edge it makes moguls and trees a blast. Moguls and trees hold snow for days longer than groomers, 3BT helps open that up. Seems impossible that Bataleon can be easier to learn on, but also better in bumps, better in trees, better on steeps, more forgiving landing spins, easier to ride switch. It’s just better all around. Get it.