Endeavor Snowboards New Standard Series Snowboard

Endeavor Snowboards New Standard Series Snowboard
Endeavor Snowboards New Standard Series Snowboard
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New Standard Series Snowboard by Endeavor Snowboards
Choosing the perfect park board can be tough when you like jumps just as much as you like jibs. Get on a board that's too stiff and it feels like you're riding a plank of wood when you're hitting jibs. Get on a board too loose and you'll just wash out when you're trying to spin off jumps. Luckily, Endeavor has unlocked the secret to total freestyle domination with the New Standard Series Snowboard. It combines a soft flex with a responsive, yet forgiving 3D Camber profile to help you slay every feature in the park. Camber underfoot delivers the pop and edge hold needed for boosting in the halfpipe and cruising the jump line. The difference on this board is slightly lifted contact points that reduce edge catching, so you have a bigger margin for error when spinning your way through the park. Meanwhile, a soft flex keeps things loose so you can lock into nose presses and butter rollers with ease. When you're ready for the best of both worlds, look to the New Standard to satisfy your freestyle dreams.

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