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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
47 Reviews

Snowboard

Dauntless

Choose your width with this short surfy shape, with only 3cm separating the 3 sizes. Choose a 260, 270, or 280mm waist to suit your riding needs.

Style
Splitboard
size
Topsheet
Custom

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Regular Price $1,100.00
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Specs
  • Short…yeah!
  • Wide…yeah!
  • Fun…yeah!
  • 58/42 nose/tail powder balance

Dauntless in the face of deep snow

The best tail in the business is back! The Dauntless brings the short and fat to the Winterstick lineup. Instead of using length to be the rule of thumb on how we determine float, we let width have a turn in the driver's seat.

Take the length you usually ride, and dial it back anywhere from 5-10cm with length options of 148, 151, and 154cm. The widths range from 260, 270, and 280mm. This board provides an unparalleled surf like feel with its short and nimble stature, but provides a stable edge when called upon.

Change your approach to float, and pick your width!

Camber Profile

Early-rise nose and super short tail, combined with a traditional camber provides an unreal amount of maneuverability for such a wide shape.

The Specs

Size (CM) Waist (MM) Sidecut (M) Effective Edge (MM) Taper (MM) Ref Stance (MM) Nose Width (MM) Setback (MM)
148 260 6.5 1104 15 540 310 40
151 270 6.75 1114 15 560 319 40
154 280 7.0 1124 15 580 328 40

How the Dauntless stacks up

Dauntless Snowboard Product Photo
  • Short.Fat.Fun
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Behind the Boards

Check out how we build

Surf inspired for pow surfing

There's a reason why surfers took to the mountains. The Dauntless reaches into surf culture as its design inspiration, polished with Seth’s expertise.

Reviews

47 reviews
  • DA
    David A.
    Swallowtail® Snowboard
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    Swallowtail® Snowboard
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 week ago
    Old winterstick rider from the 70's. Still ride the same board in the powder. I rode this board years befoe snowboards were allowed on any ski slopes. Swallows rule in the powder.

    I got the 70's version with the rudder on the bottom and I have out manuevered any other board in powder to this day. Always dug this board. I guess that's the reason that I have held onto it for 50 years.

  • CM
    Cody M.
    Verified Buyer
    Swallowtail® Snowboard
    Reviewing
    Swallowtail® Snowboard
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 months ago
    Powder Missile

    Riding this board in Valdez, Alaska as we speak. So much fun in the deep stuff. I'm riding the 173 and I'm surprised at how nimble it is for a bigger board. My friends can't keep up with me. I love it.

  • EV
    Eric V.
    Verified Buyer
    Roundtail Snowboard
    Reviewing
    Roundtail Snowboard
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 months ago
    Perfect combo of surf and carve

    Just got back from Mt Hood with this board and am a little concerned that none of the other boards in my quiver could be getting much playtime. An absolute blast to ride, super back foot surfy but able to lay down deep carves. Past 3 days I've taken it into very snow condition possible...Cascade crud, ice, steep corduroy, deep soft pow, wet and heavy untouched, skied out bumps, even a little air time...and this board really delivered. One of my favorite shapes was the early Burton Fish but it was a fish out of water on anything but pow. The WS Roundtail is as playful and "wiggly" as the fish but excels it on the trip to, and from, the goods. Granted you have to stay on top of this when carving at high speeds but it's well worth the effort. Three gorgeous first chair laps down fresh courd on Palmer at Timberline had me feeling like the back leg burn was well worth the feeling that even the fastest person on the mountain seemed to be standing still. Full and even strong press on this board had me locking in rails at speed then a shift into the back seat was all it took to weave through the tightest trees. Bumps threw me a bit but no worse than any other board and it seemed to fit in the troughs a bit better than most making a thought out and executed line well rewarded. Pleased to find that Winterstick lives up to the hype and that this aesthetically gorgeous board is more than just a pretty face.

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    Jake D.
    Verified Reviewer
    Swallowtail® Snowboard
    Reviewing
    Swallowtail® Snowboard
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 months ago
    Fun, Fast and Floaty

    Got to try this board out in the mountains of Maine, conditions were a fresh 4" of heavy snow and groomers that were packed powder. The board wants to go fast, when you put it on edge it is staying on edge and you are moving quick. I really enjoyed how fun a carve was to lay down with this guy, and in the spots of fresh snow I could tell what this board was really meant for. Would definitely recommend this board to anyone looking for a directional powder board that can also fly on fresh groomers.

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