Lively, damp, and catch-free, the Endeavor New Standard Series Snowboard re-defines the all-terrain freestyle category, making for a fun, easy-going ride anywhere on the mountain. This medium-soft, true twin deck isn't soft enough to be a single-minded jib stick, yet it isn't overly stiff either, falling in the happy-medium category between all-terrain response and freestyle playfulness.
Its 3D Camber with Raised Contacts delivers flat camber underfoot for solid edge hold and a neutral feel when you're straight-lining kickers and bombing groomers. What makes the New Standard different than most are its 3D raised tip and tail contacts. These spoon-like, 3D-curved contacts eliminate edge-catches, helping you jib, butter, and carve without the hooking up. This design also promotes a bit more float than traditional camber boards, directing snow around the tip and tail, instead of 'plowing' through untracked snow.
Inside this all-terrain specialist, you'll find a full poplar core for a smooth, consistent flex underfoot. Biax fiberglass delivers a soft torsional feel, allowing you to easily flex this deck into carves and play around the entire mountain with a freestyle-friendly feel. Perhaps the most notable feature found on this board are its Seamless Sidewalls. Endeavor loaded this bad boy with ride-dampening 90a urethane sidewalls for superior shock absorption and added durability against dings and impacts. Furthermore, you'll find a low-maintenance, easy-to-repair extruded base that maintains its glide without having to wax it as often as its sintered counterparts.
- True twin shape
- 3D Camber with Raised Contacts (flat underfoot, 3D-raised contacts)
- Poplar core
- Biax fiberglass
- Seamless Sidewalls (90a urethane)
- Extruded base
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've rode this board 20+ times now. Love the graphic, construction, and the seamless sidewalls on all Endeavor boards make a huge difference. Definitely would recommend to anyone.