Whitelines Snowboarding’s Deputy Editor Tristan Kennedy reviews the 2012-13 Endeavor Color at the UK Snowboard Test in Kaunertal.
ENDEAVOR COLOR – TECH SPEC
WIDTHS: Normal Only
SHAPE: True Twin
AVAILABLE LENGTHS: 144, 147, 149, 152, 155, 158
ENDEAVOR COLOR – SNOWBOARD BUYERS’ GUIDE REVIEW
The Colour is one of the longest-running boards in Endeavor’s line – a playful true twin that’s built to tackle parks and street rails. It’s a wee bit stiffer than some of the boards on this page, partly thanks to the carbon beams in the core, which give it added pop. It also means that this is no noodle – in fact, the UK’s Andy Nudds has been known to take the Colour off some big-ass kickers.
ENDEAVOR COLOR – WHAT THE BRAND SAYS
If park laps and rails are the rider’s forte, the Color is their board. New stance widths for 2013 allow bigger stances on the shorter boards in the line. The rubber sidewall inlays will protect the board from impact while giving the smoothest ride. This true twin, reverse camber board has become the Endeavor team’s board choice for jibbing.
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