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WEDZE Men's Freestyle & All Mountain Snowboard ENDZONE 500

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Our team of snowboard enthusiasts has developed this board for riders looking for a playful board for shredding in the park, on groomed slopes or just off-piste Flat camber offering an excellent balance between grip and manoeuvrability.Soft torsional flex between feet for a forgiving, playful snowboard.From the beginner freestyle rider to the pure park rider.

Technical Information

Technical information

Sintered base
20 mm Poplar wood core
Number of inserts: 10 + 10
Size 146 cm:
Front width 287 mm, centre 245 mm, rear 287 mm
Radius 7.5 m
Recommended stance: 510 mm.
Size 151 cm:
Front width 292 mm, centre 250 mm, rear 292 mm
Radius 7.9 m
Recommended stance: 555 mm.
Size 156 cm MidWide:
Front width 304 mm, centre 260 mm, rear 304 mm
Radius 8.1
Recommended stance: 575 mm.
All our boards are supplied factory-waxed. They are ready to ride.

Which size Endzone 500 should I get?

When Freestyling, you can use quite a short board: -20 to -25 cm (for example, a 1.74 m rider can use a board between 154 and 149 cm).
Using a shorter board makes it easier to perform tricks and turns. A longer board provides more stability at high speed and when landing.
146 cm => 1.6 m to 1.71 m
151 cm => 1.69 m to 1.76 m
156 cm WIDE => from 1.74 m to 1.81 m

A word from the product manager

The Endzone 500 is the most playful board in the range. We wanted it to be easy to handle as well as being a freestyle board: playful, easy to manoeuvre, fun etc....
We really love this board but the key thing is that you love it too! Please remember to let us know what you think in the customer feedback section.


The Endzone 500 doesn't carve as well as the Allroad 500 on slopes but it is great fun in snow parks, whether for rail lines, jump lines or on the flat. It's easy to handle in tight turns and is the perfect excuse for lively snowboarding on the edge of the slopes. With its flat camber and rocker, and soft torsional flex between the feet, it is ideal for an experienced rider looking for a playful board as well as a genuine beginner interested in freestyle.

Twintip snowboard

It is a TwinTip shape snowboard. The board's front and rear sidecuts are completely symmetrical, offering perfect centring and symmetry for riding in both directions in an identical fashion. A TwinTip shape also offers total balance when turning on the ground or in the air.

Flat camber + rocker

A flat camber offers the best trade off between a standard camber which provides traction and dynamic motion and a reverse camber which provides manoeuvrability when turning but little traction. It is perfect for the park freestyler and beginner because:
- the flat camber provides stability on modules and on groomed slopes
- the rocker makes it more forgiving in parks on groomed slopes as the 4 corners of the board don't touch the snow when the board is flat.

Forgiving, soft torsional flex.(2/5)

Flex refers to the rigidity of the board from front to back.
The Endzone 500 has a flex rating of about 2/5, which makes it supple and forgiving. This type of flex is very consistent from the nose to the tail, offering predictable performance and cornering with no surprises. This flex, which is designed for freestyle, is ideal for lively snowboarding on the flat (ollies, nollies, butter, nose roll etc.) .But it is also suitable for beginner snowboarders.

Forgiving with soft torsional flex

The Endzone 500 has a torsional flex, which is the stiffness of the board between the feet, of about 2/5, which makes the board easy to handle, pivot and more forgiving of edging errors. Soft torsional flex for free movement between feet. It is important at the beginner level: forgiving of edging errors. Soft torsional flex also suitable for freestyle, jib or flat use. Perfect for shredding!

0 mm setback

A setback stance is when the contact points between the board and the snow are asymmetrically positioned in relation to the centre and set back towards the rear of the board. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance.
0 mm setback = Twin Tip boards which are completely centred so you can them ride in both directions but also stay balanced when rotating in the air or riding on groomed slopes.

Recommended bindings

With the Endzone 500 binding, the board and binding set will be consistent both in terms of level and design.

When should I wax my snowboard?

Decathlon Snowboards are supplied factory-waxed.
But they will then need regular maintenance just like any other snowboard: Ideally, wax every 5 outings and a minimum of once a year:
- either at the beginning of the season so you start with a very good glide
- or at the end of the season so the wax can penetrate and protect the base throughout the summer

Glide quality: sintered base

The base is made from polyethylene using 2 different processes:
- extruded base, with a specific density of polyethylene
- a sintered base, with a higher density of polyethylene (fewer holes, more PE)
A sintered base is the Rolls-Royce of bases. Fantastic glide quality.

What is a Wide snowboard?

A "Wide" board is a board that is wider than usual to prevent larger feet from touching the snow when executing a hard turn and stop you from falling, or to improve buoyancy in powder.
Riders with size 10 feet and above are advised to use a "Wide" board.
A "Wide" board is measured width-wise, across the centre
At Decathlon, we define this as follows:
- up to 254 mm : Normal/shoe size 3 to 8.5
- 255 mm to 264 mm: Mid Wide/shoe size 7 to 10.5
- from 265 mm: Wide /shoe size 8.5 to 13

Can I get my snowboard bindings set up in store?

On this product page, you'll find a video that shows you how to set up snowboard bindings but you can also ask your store to set up your bindings to suit your own preferences.
Ensure you have your snowboard boots with you so you can check 2 things:
1. the front and back of your bindings so that the boot toe and heel overhang by an equal amount on either side,
2. your binding straps so they fit your boots properly.

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Composition / advice

30.00% Wood, 05.00% Steel, 25.00% Glass - Fiber, 40.00% Epoxy
Stock advice Dry edges at the end of the day to prevent rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Storing for the summer: keep away from sunlight, you can leave your bindings on the board.
Legal notice This product is designed for snowboarding. You may exceed the technical capacities of this product if you use it for any other purpose. We strongly advise you to wear a helmet, back protector and protective shorts to ensure you fully enjoy your experience.
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Guarantee : 2 Years

Product benefits

Versatility 30% groomed slopes, 10% off-piste, 60% park.
Ease of handling Soft torsional flex: Free foot movement, very playful.
Buoyancy Normal buoyancy on powder (flat camber, rocker).
Traction Good grip and easy sliding (flat camber and soft torsional flex).
Anatomic design 146 cm: 1.6 m to 1.71 m
151 cm: 1.69 m to 1.76 m
156MW cm: 1.74 m to 1.81 m
Rigidity Quite flexible front and rear. Ideal for low-speed jumps.
Forgiveness Soft torsional flex which makes the board easier to handle, for a fun ride.
Glide performance HDPE sintered base for an excellent glide.
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