Endeavor Color 2014-2015 Snowboard Review

The Details:

Freestyle focussed but with enough chops to take over the whole mountain – the Endeavor Color packs a lot in. It’s a mid stiff flat camber board with raised contacts that gives the mellow feel of a rocker without loosing out on edge hold.

The Color series are built on a speedy sintered base and are now reinforced with extra pop from the Carbon V shaped beams in the tip and tail – so you’ll have all the power you need to boost through the park.

We’ve had rave reviews of past versions of the Color, which have stood up to seasons of abuse in Whistler, and by all accounts this year’s rendition sounds up to the task as well. So if you tend to spend your days jibbing, but don’t want to be left out on the rest of the hill – this could well be the right choice for you.

The Review:

“The rocker on this board isn’t overly pronounced – so it still feels reasonably stable, when you get a press it’s not like you feel like you’re teetering on the edge. It’s really easy to jib about on and this is a great board for buttering. Endeavor have added carbon stringers in a V shape in the nose and tail, but it still feels like a soft ‘park rat’ style board” – Tristan Kennedy

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