Not simply a park rat or a powder hound, you're a wild card on the slopes and your board of choice is the Endeavor Maverick Series Snowboard. That's because this versatile and powerful deck can slay jumps, slice and dice groomers, and dominate backcountry terrain. It was inspired by the riding style of Rusty Ockenden, who's known for taking his powerful and fast shredding from massive park jumps to backcountry booters and pow-covered pillows. Camber delivers powerful pop, tenacious edge hold, and lightning-fast response, while raised contact points make it more forgiving on hard pack and improve powder performance. Speaking of powder, Endeavor gave this board a tapered directional shape with a slightly setback stance to help it float and maneuver in deep snow, without hurting its ability to take off and land switch. When conditions get chundery, urethane sidewalls soak up vibrations for a smoother rider.
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