2018 Disaster Set

There is no better board for jibbing than the Disaster. None of our team riders leave the house without it. It's soft flex, low camber, and 3BT™ with mellow uprise and a wide centerbase is the perfect mix for all types of trouble.

Available as a special set option with matching Switchback™ Bindings.

This season disaster Sharky illustration was dropped by our Swedish friend Nate of Vacation Domination. Go there now to check out more of his art and pick up a TShirt while you are there. Support your favorite artists!



138 142 145 148 151 153 155 154W
contact length (cm) 103.9 107.9 110.4 114.4 116.9 118.5 120.5 119.3
waist width (mm) 240 245 248 250 250 252 255 263
setback (mm) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
sidecut radius (m) 7.10 7.30 7.25 7.35 7.45 7.55 7.70 7.60
inserts 16 16 20 20 20 20 20 20
stance width (mm) 430-590 440-600 500-580 525-605 530-610 545-625 545-625 545-625
weight range (kg/lbs) 45-58/100-130 50-60/110-132 53-63/116-140 55-68/121-150 57-75/125-165 60-77/128-170 65-81+/145-180+ 65-81+/145-180+


Beginner Advanced Expert Elite


Soft Stiff


Jibs Park Freestyle All Mtn Powder


Outline Shape

Tail Twin Nose

Triple Base Shape

Tail Jib 3BT Nose

Sidebase Uplift

Tail Low Uplift

Low Uplift Nose

Camber Profile

Tail Low Camber Nose

Don't Believe us...


Somebody call "trade discriptions" this board is the opposite of Disaster!! I have a smile from ear to ear. I flicked it more times than my wifes bean and she is a nympho!!

joan alderman

Hi! I've been riding your Disaster for two seasons now. And it is, hands down, the best match for my riding ever (been riding since 1994). So, thank you for that!


I was looking forward to riding this board and it did not disappoint! I've had such a blast riding. It's light, responsive, and fun. I'm relatively new to the park game and this gave me the confidence to hit all sorts of rails, boxes, and larger jumps (not huge) that I normally hesitate to hit. I'm riding this relatively shorter than normal and haven't noticed any problem with speed or control. Loving the TBT tech too. Couldn't recommend this board higher!

Jack Gren

Been stoked on 3BT ever since I bought a Locust in 2008...which, years later, I replaced with an Undisputed. I've also owned a Riot and, currently, a GW. Looking forward to riding my new 2016 Disaster. Keep in mind that Bataleons are a bit stiffer than other brands at the same stiffness number and you can't go wrong.

Mike Brindley – Whitelines

When you first strap in to this one, you can instantly tell where its strengths lie. Pressing and spinning on a spot are as easy as it gets, and the Jib 3BT has nice wide and stable balance points at the nose and tail. As it’s at the soft end of Bataleon’s spectrum, it’s also pretty obvious what the board is not intended for. That large flat surface area and pliable flex combine to make things difficult if you’re trying to power through choppy terrain, and holding course at high speed can be an issue – so it’s definitely not an all-rounder. Nevertheless, if you take the Disaster as a jib specialist (as you should), you are unlikely to be disappointed. The price point is reasonable, hang-ups are non-existent, and trick control is handed to you on a plate.


The Bataleon Disaster is absolutely the most fun I have had on a snowboard to date! I highly recommend this deck to anyone!!

Edu Koa

I bought a disaster few months ago and I couldn´t be happier. It´s faster on track than I thought and It´s very light and responds to all kinds of tricks.


I got a Disaster for Christmas this year and i have been loving it ever since i HIGHLY recommend it. Very flexible and great for everything that i love to do in the park.


Bataleon disaster are cool