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Forgiving of mistakes. Very lively.

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Snowboard ENDZONE 500 Rental

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We developed this board for riders seeking a lively board for shredding in the snow park or on or beside the pistes. Flat camber for an excellent mix of edge grip and manoeuvrability. Soft torsional stiffness making the snowboard forgiving and lively. From the beginner freestyle rider to the pure snow park rider.


Versatility 30% track, 10% off-piste, 60% park.
Ease of handling Soft torsion: very lively board thanks to the freedom.
Buoyancy Normal floatation in powder snow (flat camber, rocker).
Traction Good edge grip (flat camber and soft torsional stiffness).
Anatomic design 142cm: 1.57-1.67m
146cm: 1.60-1.71m
151cm: 1.69-1.76m
156cmMW: 1.74-1.81m
Rigidity Quite flexible nose and tail. Ideal for low speed jumps.
Forgiveness Soft torsional stiffness for easy and lively riding.
Glide performance Extruded PE sole / 100% black


Difference with the basic model

_ 100% black base to be spotted more easily
_ top sheet (top coating of the board) structured for greater strength

Programme and terrain

The Endzone 500 has less edge grip on pistes than the Park & Ride, but it is really more lively in snow parks for rail lines as well as jump lines. On piste, it is very manoeuvrable in tight turns for lively snowboarding beside the pistes. With its flat camber, rocker and soft torsional stiffness between the feet, it is suitable for very good freestylers as well as for genuine beginners interested in freestyle.

Twin Tip snowboard

It is a Twin Tip shaped snowboard. The sidecuts of the board are completely symmetrical between the front and the back, providing perfect symmetry and centring of the board's characteristics so that you can ride in both directions in the same way. A Twin Tip shape is also fully balanced for ground and air rotations.

Flat camber + rocker

A flat camber offers the best compromise between the edge grip and pop of a standard camber and the inverted camber that offers manoeuvrability in rotation yet relatively low edge grip. It is perfect for freestylers in snow parks and beginners because:
- the flat camber provides stability on modules or on piste
- the rocker is forgiving in snow parks and on piste because the 4 corners of the board do not touch the snow when the board is laid flat.

Soft and forgiving flex

The flex is the stiffness of the board along its length.
The flex of the Endzone 400 Jib is about 2/5, which is flexible and forgiving. This type of flex is very even from the front shovel (nose) to the rear shovel (tail), which offers you very reliable and predictable behaviour in turns. The flex aimed at freestyle use makes it lively on the flat (ollies, nollies, butter, nose roll, etc.) But it is also suitable for beginner snowboarders.

Soft and forgiving torsion

The torsional stiffness, i.e. the stiffness of the board when twisted between the feet, is about 2/5 on the Endzone 400 JIb, which makes the board easy to handle and turn and forgiving of mistakes. A soft torsional stiffness gives freedom between the feet. This is important for a beginner rider: tolerant of edge mistakes. The soft torsional stiffness is also suitable for freestyle-jib-flat use.

0 mm setback

The setback is when the contact points of the board on the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the centre of the board but shifted towards the rear. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance.
0 mm setback = given that there is no setback, these Twin Tip boards are completely centred for riding in both directions but also to be balanced when rotating in the air and on piste.

Technical information

Size 151 cm
Front width 292 mm. Centre 250 mm. Rear 292 mm.
Radius 7.9 m.
Effective edge 1165 mm.
No. of inserts: 10 + 10 (3 possible positions per binding/ 20 mm between each).
Recommended stance: 555 mm.

Which size Endzone 500 should you choose?

For Freestyle use, you can take a short board: 20 to 25 cm drop (e.g. if you are 1.74 m tall, choose a board between 154 and 149 cm long).
A smaller board makes rotations and tricks easier. A bigger board will be more stable at high speed and when landing jumps.
142 cm => 1.57m to 1.67m
146 cm => 1.60m to 1.71m
151 cm => 1.69m to 1.76m
156 cm MID-WIDE => from 1.74m to 1.81m

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30.00% Wood, 10.00% Steel, 30.00% Glass - Fiber (FG), 30.00% Epoxy
Stock advice Dry the edges at the end of the day to prevent rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Summer storage: 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 recommend wearing a helmet, back protector and protective shorts to enjoy your sport to the full.


Guarantee : 2 Years