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Endeavor Guerrilla Wide Snowboard

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Type: All Mountain, Freestyle
Shape: Directional Twin
Camber: Rocker
Flex: Medium
Width: Wide
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Poplar wood core / carbon stringer
Base: Extruded, 1300 Base
Sidecut: Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Endeavor Guerrilla Wide Snowboard

The Endeavor Guerrilla Wide Snowboard features a flex rating of 5 and has a classic directional shape. However the Guerrilla also features and extended nose, which is meant to allow for you to be able to ride this board on those epic powder days. Coating the board is a layer of Biax fiberglass. This fiberglass is designed to be very lightweight but also incredibly durable allowing for a nice medium flex and making the Guerrilla Wide perfect for park riders of all kind.

Key Features of the Endeavor Guerrilla Wide Snowboard:
  • Flex: 5
  • Directional Shape: this is your classic shape for all mountain riding. This board has a longer nose to help you ride in any condition
  • Extruded 1300 Base: this base material is easy to repair and comes with a fast factory wax. Great for printing and require very little maintenance
  • Poplar wood core: tried, tested and proven to be the most response wood core species, Poplar cores have excellent flex, memory and strength
  • Biax fiberglass: lightweight but very durable and torsionally forgiving, ideal for jibbers and park riders wanting a mellow flex
Length (cm) 155W 159W
Effective Edge (cm) 119 122.6
Tip Width (cm) 20.8 21
Tail Width (cm) 20 20.2
Waist Width (cm) 26.2 26.4
Sidecut (m) 7.9 8.5

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Is this board worth buying versus, say, the Rome Tour, or other freestyle, all mountain boards? Why? How does it handle switch?
Thank you very much.
A.j. M on Sep 8, 2013
Best Answer: I bought this board for my friend back in Ukraine. Sorry I know nothing about this stuff at all. But I'm sure he would not buy anything unless it was a worth buy.
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