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WEDZE Women's On-Piste & All-Mountain Snowboard SERENITY 100

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Designed for beginners. We've developed this board to make it easy to learn and improve your technique on and off piste. It's very forgiving of edging mistakes (soft torsional strength between the feet), and has good on-piste edge grip and stability, thanks to its standard camber and wooden core.
  • Easy to handle, even when turning
  • Standard camber
  • Rounded shapes reduces mistakes

Technical Information

Technical information

Extruded base
20 mm Poplar wood core
Number of inserts: 8 + 8 (3 possible positions per binding and 40 mm between each).
Setback: 10mm
Size 142:
Front width 276 mm. Centre 238 mm. Rear 276 mm
Radius 7.5 m.
Effective edge 1,050 mm.
Recommended stance: 490 mm.
Size 146:
Front width 277 mm. Centre 241 mm. Rear 277 mm
Radius 8.0 m.
Effective edge 1,050 mm.
Recommended stance: 500 mm.
All our boards are supplied factory-waxed. They are ready to ride.

What size Serenity 100 should I get?

Normally, for all-terrain use, you should choose a board that is 15 to 20 cm shorter than you are (for example, a 1.66 m girl should use a board that is between 151 and 146 cm).
Shorter snowboards are easier to ride. They're also recommended for people with low weight relative to their height. Longer boards provide greater stability at high speeds.
142 CM (30 - 60 kg) => from 1.57 m to 1.65 m
146 CM (40 - 70 kg) => from 1.61 m to 1.7 m

A word from the product manager

An easy and accessible snowboard that really helps you progress. To offer you a snowboard that provides the best value for money, we have reviewed the transportation of our snowboards. That's why this snowboard comes without bindings. And to avoid compromising on either riding pleasure or board longevity, we've kept its wooden core.


The Serenity 100 is perfect on groomed slopes in all snow conditions. Supple flex and torsion, standard but not very pronounced camber, gentle directional shape: it is designed to make learning how to snowboard easier. Offers buoyancy in powdery snow; playful for beginner freestylers. Its wooden core lets you push it on hard snow within reason.

Directional Snowboard

The board has a directional shape; in other words, the board has a distinct tip and tail. It is not symmetrical; the tail of the board is slightly narrower than the tip; the bindings as well as the contact points with the snow are slightly setback.
A directional shape offers improved grip when cornering, better trajectory management and better acceleration when exiting a turn.

Standard camber

A standard camber is curved upwards between the 2 points of contact between board and snow. Thanks to the elasticity of the board, a standard camber acts like a spring to give you grip on all types of snow, pop when switching edges and acceleration on exiting turns.

Forgiving, soft torsional flex

Flex refers to the rigidity of the board from front to back. The flex of the Serenity 100 Evo is about 2/5, which is supple and forgiving. The flex pattern is consistent from nose to the tail, offering predictable performance and cornering with no surprises. However, when riding at high speed or on icy snow, the board cannot hold a carved turn. It slips and you break automatically.

Forgiving with soft torsional flex

The torsion, which is the stiffness of the board between your feet when twisting, is roughly 2/5. This makes the board easy to handle, pivot and more forgiving of edging errors. Softer torsional flex offers a degree of free movement between feet. The front foot can be slightly angled heel/toe and the rear foot toe/heel. Forgiving of edging errors which is important for beginners. Soft torsional flex also suitable for freestyle, jib or flat use.

10 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.
10 mm setback: classic setback for directional boards. It provides excellent hold in turns and buoyancy in powder as the weight is shifted towards the back of the board which means that the front naturally lifts up.

Recommended bindings

With the purple Serenity 100 binding, the board + binding set will be equal in terms of consistency of level and of design.

When should I wax my snowboard?

Wed'ze boards are supplied factory-waxed.
But they will then need regular maintenance just like any other snowboard or pair of skis: 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: extruded 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 providing good durability.

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 255 mm : normal board
- from 255 mm to 265 mm: Mid Wide
- from 265 mm: Wide

0% Park: can I perform jumps with this board?

0% Park just means that the technical features of this snowboard are not designed for freestyle riding: the board is neither short nor symmetrical from front to back, making it possible to perform all freestyle movements (rotations, jumps with a switch landing etc.) but it's not really the best board.
However, on groomed slopes or off-piste, you can do all the straight jumps you like.

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Composition / advice

70.00% Wood, 20.00% Glass - Fiber, 10.00% 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.

Our commitments

Guarantee : 2 Years

Product benefits

Versatility 70% groomed slopes, 30% off-piste, 0% park.
Ease of handling Soft torsional flex: very easy turns/ limited grip on red runs.
Buoyancy Normal buoyancy on powdery snow (standard camber, inserts set back 10 mm).
Traction Good grip and easy sliding (standard camber and soft torsional flex).
Anatomic design 142 cm: 1.57 to 1.65 m
146 cm: 1.61 to 1.7 m
Rigidity Soft torsional flex and wooden core:gentle, progressive edge-to-edge transition.
Forgiveness Rounded shape and soft torsional flex to minimise edge errors.
Glide performance Extruded PE base offering normal glide quality.
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