- Price: £479 / €559 / $659
- Category: All-Mountain / Freeride + Powder
- Sizes: 154, 158
- Flex: 7/10
- Shape: Directional
- Profile: Combo
- 3D: No
- Base: Sintered
You may have noticed by now that Borealis have a Ronseal-esque “It does exactly what it says on the tin” naming policy when it comes to their snowboards. The Leviathan? A gargantuan creature of the deep. The Koi? A fish. And the Marauder? A roving plunderer, roaming from place to place in search of treasure. The treasure we reference? White gold.
A powder hungry volume shifted swallowtail with a penchant for gobbling up groomers. A Whitelines team favourite since its release, we may be slightly biased here, but she’s a beaut, right?
“A powder hungry volume shifted swallowtail with a penchant for gobbling up groomers”
Who Is The Borealis Marauder For?
It’s definitely more manageable than it’s notably bigger (and scarier) brother, the Leviathan, but make no mistake, amateurs need not apply here. This is a snowboard for experienced riders looking for something really next level for every type of riding- spring laps, slush slashing, tree runs, hardpack, blower pow, everything except lapping the park to be honest.