Endeavor Snowboards KTV Series Snowboard

Endeavor Snowboards KTV Series Snowboard
Endeavor Snowboards KTV Series Snowboard
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KTV Series Snowboard by Endeavor Snowboards
As Endeavor's top-flight freestyle board, the KTV Series Snowboard offers incredible pop and a stiff flex that's suited for launching the biggest and baddest kickers in the park. But that doesn't mean it's not up for lapping the jib line or railing carves either. Basically, it's built for hard-charging riders who aggressively attack every aspect of the mountain. Its stiff flex is bolstered by Carbon Beams and KEVLAR stringers to give you the pop and response needed to go huge off kickers and hold an edge on towering pipe walls. It's mostly flat for stability when stomping jumps and tracking into jibs, but with raised contact points so you are viciously punished when you don't quite get that 540 around. Poplar keeps the core light and lively, and it's reinforced with birch and paulonia along the Channel to prevent blowouts. Endeavor finished it off with a sintered base so you can clear massive jumps with confidence.

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SKU: EDV001B
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