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Endeavor shows the kids what a real Guerilla rides like.

Take the Endeavor Guerilla Snowboard out on the hill and show the kids what solid riding looks like. This directional freestyle snowboard flies under the radar and poaches pristine lines. The Guerilla’s snappy poplar core adds extra spice to your jibs, so you can get higher than all of Humboldt County. Endeavor added shotgun inserts for added stability on sketchy surfaces, allowing you to hold turns without the annoying chatter. ABS sidewalls and the Guerilla’s medium-soft flex handle urban rail sessions or days in the park with equal confidence.

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What's the difference between All-Mountain...

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What's the difference between All-Mountain boards vs. Freestyle boards? I'm a skiier but a better snowboarder and progressed more as a snowboarder much quicker. I'm still a beginner in the park, but gaining confidence in the half pipe. Will the Freestyle board make me better?

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All-Mountain boards are general purpose boards. They do it all. Freestyle boards however, are specific to terrain parks. They are what you want if you spend your time in pipes or on rails or boxes. The board won't make you better, but if you're pretty decent and you want to be able to really rip, get the freestyle board. If you like hitting jumps and carving on the main slopes, get the all-mountian one. Also keep size in mind when you buy. When you buy a freestyle board in the right size, it will be shorter than a properly sized all-mountian board.