Boost your riding with some of Endeavor’s Colour.
The twin-tip Endeavor Colour Series Snowboard's ridiculously soft flex makes it buttery smooth on the rails, boxes, or anywhere else you want to show off your jib skills. All that grinding on metal takes a serious beating on boards, so Endeavor gave the Colour a burly set of ABS sidewalls and used an sintered 7700 base to make P-tex repairs a snap. After laying your stamp of ownership on the park, head for higher ground and rely on the Colour’s carbon X stringers to reinforce the snappy poplar core and power through turns like samurai steel cutting through bone.
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I'm 5'8" ~160# and looking at the 148cm...
I'm 5'8" ~160# and looking at the 148cm Colour...would snag up the 153 but it's way too damn purple. That gonna be too little of a board for me or will it be just right for park/freestyle....
P.S. already have a Live 156 for the rest of the mountain.
just got this board delivered to me this morning and it is so nice. Really impressed with its quality and how it looks. Shipping was quick and easy.Thank-You Backcountry
i rode original endeavor color last year... and the board was sick.. great for every thing and pretty budget friendly.. great in the park and can handle most of the mountain.. stay outta the backcountry though... making a already great board better can only be a good thing... board is a def fav of mine and is worth takin for a ride
I use this and the BOD, this for the park and the BOD for everything else. This board is nice and soft but still has plenty of pop off the kickers, great on the rails and pipe. It's a real nice board to use and would definatly reccomend it to anyone looking for a freestyle setup.