They say: Not for the beginner or slow poke on the hill. We say: Features a wide high nose for added float in pow and a slight taper towards the tail. Definitely too stiff for most park rats, but this isn’t just a freeride board – it’s built for taking tricks to the backcountry, Whistler style. Tester says: If you like gunning it and doing drops here and there you’ll like this.
History lesson: Max Jenke wrote a business plan for what would later become Endeavor Snowboards while he was still at university. After building a couple of prototypes with his friends, Jenke’s first boards were on shop shelves just one year later. If that makes him sound like the luckiest student dreamer around, its worth pointing out that he was a pro-snowboarder before going to uni. And one of those friends who helped him out early on was Scott Serfas, a legendary snowboard photographer.
Ridden by: Overly style-conscious Canadians who sit around under Whistler’s Catskinner chair looking for all the world like lazy poseurs – until they casually throw down a cab 10 over the biggest kicker.
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