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Snowboard Endeavor New Standard Series 2017 156

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Year 2017
   
Gender

Men

Level
 
• Intermediate - Advanced
Snowboard category
 
• Freeride All-mountain
In stock
SKU
EXT357
Discount 1.369,00 RON Regular Price 2.110,00 RON

Snowboard Endeavor New Standard Series

Note: The colour of the bases may be different from the picture displayed on the website, manufacturers combine colours randomly.

This is a modern snowboard, designed just the way we like it. The New Standard Series by Endeavor is a flexy and forgiving snowboard, reinforced with carbon under the feet. The interesting and innovative technology on this board is the 3D Camber Construction with edges rising on each side of the tip for added agility.  

What can the Endeavor New Standard Series snowboard do? 

This is an all-mountain board suited for a large crowd of users and styles. The board is highly forgiving and designed to boost progression which is great if you are an intermediate rider willing to make it to the next level. With the New Standard Series, you get a rock solid stability under your feet regardless of the terrain you're riding, you can rip the pistes or explore the off-piste and rely on the board for performance. Most experienced riders should appreciate the way the board grips on the hardpack without compromising the playful character in the snowpark. In the end, the New Standard Series is a very progressive snowboard suited for all styles and all terrains.  

Who is the Endeavor New Standard Series snowboard designed for? 

The forgiving personality of the board makes it best suited for intermediate up to advanced riders looking for something highly versatile, playful, and fun to move around.  

What are the main assets of the Endeavor New Standard Series snowboard? 

Easy to manoeuver 

Forgiving 

Progressive  

Versatile 

More Information
Length 156
Type All-mountain
Profile Hybrid FK
Waist Regular
Stiffness 7-10
Tip produs New Products
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