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Untitled - Meridian Distribution
10 Years
Earned Not Given.
Endeavor celebrates a decade in business and business is good. We’ve
been challenged, tested, and have fought for everything we have.
We’ve done things differently, always looking forward.
Now we have built the Archetype Snowboard Lab to transform ideas and
innovation into reality, this is the foundation for our future.
10 years have past and 2013 is just the beginning.
Always Endeavor.
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10 Years
Year 1
2002
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The Beginning
The crew (L to R): Chris Martin, Randy Ross, Max Jenke, Rob
Dow. Photo by Scott Serfas. Vancouver, B.C.
The first year was a shit show. I had been testing snowboards for a year, including some
blank boards pressed by Jason Broz at Logic Snowboards (you’ll see the relevance of
that later) while filming my video part for the Wildcats. Nothing appealed to me, product
and brand wise. I heard through some industry contacts about an opportunity to make
some snowboards in Oregon. I thought it was cool, so I jumped on it.
Max Jenke in the Whistler backcountry when he was still pro for
Dub Outerwear and Endeavor. Photo by Scott Serfas.
Getting orders was exciting, but producing them was a whole different game. The world
was changing and snowboard manufacturing was moving overseas. Our core supplier
called us and advised if we didn’t come down to make the cores ourselves, we wouldn’t
have any for production. Three late nights later with Randy and Scott Serfas, our cores
were finished and by early September, our first snowboards were shipping to stores in
North America and Japan.
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Paavo Tikkanen Joins Endeavor
“It’s about the dream everyone has to start something that is their own - something that
you can put your blood, sweat, and tears into.”
Three months later, Rob Dow and I were testing samples on the glacier in Whistler.
November 2001, Randy Ross and I were sitting at the print shop watching our first
top-sheets and bases come out of the sublimation machine. February 2002, we were
posted up in Steve Clare’s hotel room in Las Vegas, meeting accounts and distributors.
10 Years
Year 2
Supermodel Snowboard article published in Fashion Magazine
featuring the PT/Noot Sear snowboard. Noot is a Vancouver born
model, snowboarder, and at the time of this shoot was the face of
Chanel. She is now an actress starring in the Twilight saga.
Office photoshoot for our very first publication in the newspaper
the Vancouver Sun. The article was about art “going down the hill”.
Upstarts article published in Transworld Snowboarding Magazine.
Of the four companies featured, two are still in business.
“Seeing friends riding our product or stoking them out with dope
shit has been the coolest part of owning my own snowboard
company.” - Max Jenke
When we launched Endeavor, Paavo was still riding pro for another brand. I spent
four months in Europe traveling with him, coming up with ideas for graphics, drafting
up plans for world domination, but it wasn’t until his team manager saw his name in
the Upstarts article as an owner of Endeavor that he finally severed the ties with the
other brand.
It was a busy year. We moved out of Chris Martin’s den and into an office across
from the Wildcats in Gastown, where we would reside for nine years. Paavo moved
to Whistler from Helsinki and began shooting with Scott and filming for the Wildcats
movies.
Graphics were flowing in - Randy Ross was inspired by the homeless around our office
and designed a graphic to pay homage to them, with the phrase “Artists will Save the
World”, which became somewhat of our theme for the year and set the tone for our
focus on artists.
In late 2002, our factory called to say we needed to come down and clear all of our raw
materials out before the receivers locked it up. We shot down, cleared out everything
and routed all of our graphics being printed to a new factory in Quebec. By early 2003,
we were in sales mode and pushing through again, hungrier than ever.
Paavo Tikkanen with a monster backside 180 tail grab at
Timberline, Mt. Hood, Oregon, summer of 2003.
Actress Sarah Carter appeared on Paavo’s signature board. Shot
at Endeavor by Scott Serfas. Art direction by Randy Ross.
Tradeshow booth at SIA, 2003. L to R: Randy Ross, Scott Serfas,
Natasha Wells, Max Jenke, Jamie Wilkinson, Rob Dow, Paavo
Tikkanen.
Paavo Tikkanen on the cover of Transworld Snowboarding
Magazine shot by Scott Serfas in California during the Team
Challenge Contest.
Max Jenke on the cover of Snowboard Canada Magazine, shot by
Scott Serfas in the Whistler Backcountry.
The Live Series by Randy Ross.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
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10 Years
Year 3
2004
2005
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Moving Forward
In 2004 Endeavor started to feel like it was a company. Maybe it was the catalogue
shoot that was staged at 2am in the forest with movie lights and generators or the
fact there were four people working out of the office now. Whatever it was, we felt like
Endeavor was making moves forward.
The faceless corporation Live board by Sean Coggins was a timely hit that translated
into a hugely successful campaign. At that time, privately owned snowboard companies
were being purchased by large publicly traded corporations and the snowboards lacked
excitement. Feedback from shops gave us faith that we were doing something right and
we were selling snowboards fast.
Production was on time and the factory was making good boards, but we began
looking for better production facilities. Jason Broz from Logic helped us design and
manufacture samples of Paavo’s new pro model board with graphics done by Demo
Design. The Paavo board won Transworld Snowboarding Magazine’s coveted Top Ten
Good Wood award. By production time however, the numbers were too large for Broz
to manufacture at Logic, so we contacted Option Snowboards, a brand from Vancouver
that both Rob Dow and myself had been sponsored by for many years. They were keen
and it marked the fourth factory in three years that we would produce at.
10 Years
Year 4
Don’t Worry, Help is on the Way!
Aussie rider Nick Gregory at the artist studio. Photo by Scott
Serfas. Vancouver, B.C.
SIA Trade Show, Las Vegas. Randy built these wooden stands at
his parents house when he was home for Christmas and shipped
them to the show. They arrived the morning the show started.
Our campaign shot for the catalogue and all of our clothing hang
tags. Solo snowboarder backlit. Somehow I feel like we’ll see this
style again in the future. Photo by Scott Serfas. Art direction by
Randy Ross. Vancouver, B.C.
2005 felt like we could own the world.
Our factory in Quebec closed down, so we moved our total production to Option
Snowboards. This enabled us to access better shapes and materials, not to mention,
we could walk over to the factory to check on production. We manufactured the majority
of the boards in Vancouver for a while until we moved two series to Elan in Austria, the
fifth factory that we worked with.
Paavo was killing it, filming for Whiteout Film’s movie Positron, which Rob Dow was the
principle director and editor of. Unfortunately, each season would end early for Paavo
with varying injuries.
The infamous riot photo shot in the back alley behind our office.
Rob Dow organized legit riot costumes and Nathan Mathews
killed the H5 with his legendary style.
Classic method by Paavo Tikkanen shot by Scott Serfas in
Colorado.
Japanese Pro Rider Shingo Kawano.
Don’t worry snowboarding...help is on the way. Max Jenke pulling
Donn Hore up the hill. Shot at Grouse Mountain by Scott Serfas.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
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10 Years
Year 5
2006
2007
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We began working with some major artists: Marok from Lodown Magazine fame, local
tattoo artist Steve Moore and Nathan Mathews, one of the best designers and all round
dudes we’ve met.
It was too good to be true.
Boards started coming back with peeled top-sheets. Our first production was rushed
and the ink didn’t cure properly before pressing, creating a weak bond. Option was
struggling and this put pressure on the production of our boards. Shortcuts were being
taken and we were paying a premium for boards that were falling apart.
It was time for a change.
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The Pinnacle
There is no doubt that 2006 was one of our best years. Board sales were pumping, we
were traveling on promotional tours and the brand was getting a ridiculous amount of
coverage; highlights were Donn Hore was on the cover of Transworld Snowboarding
Magazine and the Diamond won Top 10 Good Wood.
10 Years
Year 6
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Time for a Change
Spencer Forbes shot by Scott Serfas at the Silk House.
Vancouver, B.C.
Crew photo and trip to Japan. Too many fun memories.
Donn Hore on the cover of Transworld Snowboarding Magazine,
shot by Scott Serfas in Colorado.
Paavo Tikkanen shot by Scott Serfas for an article on “What the
pros are rocking”.
The Live Series by Marok technical specifications.
To say 2007 was a challenging year was an understatement. Board returns were a
logistic nightmare, but most of all it was damaging to our brand. To make matters worse,
Option’s prices increased, they employed a new CEO who was trying to salvage the
operation and they were taking no responsibility for faulty product. We scheduled a
quick trip to GST in Austria and began sampling at our sixth factory in six years. We hit
the road in January to sell the shit out of the new line.
Come order time, shit hit the fan. I was traveling in Asia, visiting potential production
partners when Option emailed asking for 100% pre-payment. We were exposed, did
the math and made a calculated risk that would later prove to save the brand. We
moved all models that Option was making to our production partner in Asia, our seventh
factory. We still kept some of the boards being made at GST.
The changes had been costly and we had reached a point where we couldn’t continue
on. It had been six amazing years but the brand couldn’t continue as it was. Chris
went to work for his family business, Paavo moved to California, Rob started a media
production company, and Randy began his journey of making a feature film. Scott and I
re-grouped and brought on my father in law Bruce Wells to help us set a new plan and
get the business operating successfully again.
Kale Stephens and Logan Short by Scott Serfas. The campaign
shot for the Stormchasers.
Our iconic Stormchaser logo by Nathan Mathews. This logo has
been stolen all over the world and used on tees and stickers.
Johnny Lyall shot by Scott Serfas at the Permberton Ice Cap.
The Stormchaser Rig: Airstream Basecamp Trailer and Nissan
XTerra.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
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10 Years
Year 7
2008
2009
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The Transition
2008 was pretty much Max Jenke against the world. The crew couldn’t be replaced
so I took on everyone’s responsibilities. I was basically sitting in the office on my own
for the year. Paul Colby, an Aussie who had worked for Burton Australia, was over on
a working holiday visa and he came on as a painter at first, but then helped me on all
tasks, ranging from marketing to sales.
It was daunting to say the least but we managed to get through the year, develop a
solid plan, and look to the future for the next stage of business.
Our focus was on the product - focusing on snowboards. Nothing else. We placed all
production in Asia, which has proven to be invaluable. We began working with Jason
Broz again developing new shapes and technologies.
I took on the whole creative design process and worked extensively with artists to
develop the entire range.
At the end of 2008, Paul Colby moved back to Australia and I asked Rob Dow to come
back and help me work on design and media production.
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Year 8
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Laying a New Foundation
The Live Series by Marok.
2009 really felt like a new beginning. We had been with the same factory for three years,
which was unbelievable and we had consistency. We were focused on producing the
right product at the right time for the right price.
The High Five Series by Jeff Hamada.
Jake Koia at YVR. Photo by Scott Serfas. Part of the Young,
Willing, and Eager campaign.
Working with Rob Dow helped solidify our new foundation. Not only had Rob, Scott
and I been long time snowboarding friends but we all managed to be in sync with what
we needed to do.
Marok from Lodown Magazine.
Jeff Hamada at home. Photo by Scott Serfas. Part of the Young,
Willing, and Eager campaign.
Donn Hore at Boston Pizza Whistler. Photo by Scott Serfas. Part
of the Young, Willing, and Eager campaign.
The 2009 collection and catalogue is a reflection of this. What is amazing though is
our customers - consumers, retailers, and distributors, believed in what we were doing
and had enough faith in the brand to stand by us while we worked through the kinks.
Our ambassadors and team stood by us too: Daryl Trinidad, Dez Price - all the homies
pushed us forward.
We re-focussed our concentration on bringing Scott and I into the spotlight more, doing
press about the company and our journey. The Boyfriend Series won a Good Wood
award and our artist roster was stacked again: Derek Hess, Jeff Hamada, Marok, Rory
Doyle and Derek Stenning.
Things felt as they should.
Campaign photo from the catalogue shoot at Grouse Mountain.
Photo by Scott Serfas.
Daryl Trinidad by Scott Serfas.
Dez Price by Scott Serfas.
Pro Rider Jake Koia by Scott Serfas.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
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10 Years
Year 9
2010
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10 Years
Year 10
2011
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Allow Us to Re-Introduce Ourselves
Let’s Go!
2010 was a year to remember. Not only were we seeing good product sell through at
retail, the new line was the best we had ever done. We considered this to be the reintroduction to the brand.
Max Jenke by Scott Serfas for the cover of the 2010 catalogue.
Nine years living the dream; 2011 has been the most exciting.
Petter Kristiansen by Olav Stubberud.
We focused on the product and worked with Mr. Jago from the UK, Hydro 74, and
newcomer Vince Chan as well as quietly launching a binding program in Australia, New
Zealand, and Canada.
Mr. Jago shot in his studio by Jeremy Hewson.
The year started out with an expanded binding range, the new B.O.D. shape with Dow
Tech, and a doubled distributor network. Jason Broz joined our crew to lead research
and development and manage our production.
Bruce Wells creating the furniture from reclaimed timber.
The 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games were held in February and launched on a high
for us. We watched our team rider Johnny Lyall jump through the Olympic Rings at the
opening ceremony and welcome the world to Vancouver.
Johnny Lyall was the most viewed snowboarder in the world when
he opened the 2010 Vancouver Olympic games with an indy
through the rings.
With consistency came new opportunities, we launched in Europe and began engaging
distributors in areas that we didn’t have representation.
And then the dream got turbo charged. Sales, our team and aspirations were all
growing at pace and we had to move out of our office, of nine years, in Gastown into a
bigger, creative, 6000sq ft space in Railtown, Vancouver’s design district.
The most exciting though, was the building of the Archetype by Endeavor Snowboards
lab, a huge undertaking that will fuse our ideas with wood, glass, graphics, steel and
composites and take our brand to the heights that crew dreamed about 10 years ago.
X Games BMX rider Dave Osato did an amazing job this year on
everything we needed welded.
Jason Broz imagining how the Archetype Lab is going to layout
by Scott Serfas.
Throughout the hectic pains of growing, falling, rebuilding, moving and evolving the
brand one thing has remained the same. Our passion is for snowboarding and making
the best snowboards in the world.
I said this quote 10 years ago and it remains the same:
“It’s about the dream everyone has to start something that is their own - something that
you can put your blood, sweat, and tears into.”
-Max Jenke, founder and CEO.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Company
There’s No Business Like Snow Business.
A new creative space, expanded staff and operations. Still closed on a
powder day. Snowboarder owned and operated.
Artists
“Sex and art are the same thing.”
- Pablo Picasso
Endeavor Snowboards has been bringing art to snowboard design for 10
years. We pioneered the artist collaboration and we stay committed to
working with talented artists from all over the world. Our network continues
to grow: Artists Wanted.
A. Meggs P. Scott Serfas
Innovation
“Innovation distinguishes between a
leader and a follower” - Steve Jobs
The Archetype Snowboard Lab by Endeavor Snowboards is our
commitment to innovation. A truly unique R&D facility, Archetype’s
mandate is to inspire new ideas and give us the capabilities to make,
test, and validate new innovation in snowboard technologies.
The future of Endeavor lies within the lab.
Team
The Frontline in Product Development.
We depend on our team of product testers to beat the shit out of our gear
to ensure it lives up to our performance requirements. Whether it’s in the
streets of Helsinki filming for the Helgason movie or the peaks of Whistler
shooting with Serfas, our team is dedicated to testing and improving
the product so you can depend on your equipment and perform to your
potential.
Andy Nudds / Gillian Andrewshenko / Johnny Lyall / Kale Stephens / Kareem El Rafie
Kevin Griffin / Leo Crawford / Petter Kristiansen / Risto Ruokola
R. Kevin Griffin P. Scott Serfas
R. Risto Ruokola P. Mikael Normann
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Collection 2013
Snowboards
Collection 2013
Snowboards
Collection 2013
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Snowboards
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Bindings
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40.
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48.
52.
56.
60.
64.
68.
72.
76.
80.
84.
88.
Shorty Series
Boyfriend Series
Diamond Series
Guerilla Series
Color Series
New Standard
Live Series Reg
Live Series Rev
Next Series
High5 Series
B.O.D. Series
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Luggage
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96.
100..
Backpacker & Daytripper
Pro & Traveler Gearbag
Pro & Traveler Boardbag
S1 Series
S2 Series
S3 Series
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Endeavor Tech
Tech Icon Reference
Technology
Technology
Twin Shape
Biax Glass
A symmetrical shape that will help you
balance when riding regular or switch.
Whether you ride all mountain or park, a twin board
will always perform well in all conditions.
Lightweight but very durable and
torsionally forgiving, ideal for jibbers and
park riders wanting a mellow flex.
Directional Shape
With a slightly longer nose than the tail,
directional boards are designed for all
mountain riding and float in soft snow.
Taper Shape
Triax Glass
Mid Wide
Wide
Designed for the big boys blessed with
big feet. The generous waist width
accommodates big boots while providing more
stability and fun for the rider.
Fiberglass
4.84 GPa
Basalt
An eco-alternative, Basalt is a premium
aerospace material made from molten basalt
and declassified by the military in 1995.
An unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio
gives our premium freestyle boards
added performance, elasticity, and
durability.
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Extruded
This base material is
easy to repair and
comes with a fast factory wax. Great for printing
and requires very little maintenance.
7500
Sintered
Hands down it’s the fastest
base with high wax
absorption, vibrant sublimated graphics, and
superior durability.
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Carbon Beams
Carbon is used to stiffen the
board in specific locations
without adding any additional
weight. It also drastically
increases the performance
of the board by making it
more responsive and by
adding memory and Pop.
Geometry
Poplar
Tried, tested, and true.
Precision machined from 100%
Canadian Poplar, the Standard core
is lightweight, extremely durable and is
the standard of performance woodcores.
Phantom Core
The Phantom Woodcore boasts a
15%reduction in weight compared to
the Standard Woodcore making your deck that
much lighter and more responsive under your feet.
DowTech raises the contact points 2mm
off the snow creating a ride similar to a
reverse camber but with the benefits of a camber
board.
Found on every single Endeavor board,
it’s the best riding core profile chosen by
the Pros. Slightly profiled between your feet at the
center of the board to eliminate weight and allow the
board to flex more naturally and freely.
DT2
DT2 takes the success of DowTech to a
new level by adding extra rise and by
extending the zones for an even more loose and fun
riding board that is still able to maintain superior
edge hold.
Super Camber
With 15mm of rise off the snow at the center of the
board, this camber profile is a catapult of stored
energy just waiting to be unleashed. Found
exclusively on the High 5 Series, this camber is
recommended for intermediate to advanced level
riders who want performance and stability at speed.
Insert Retention Plates
The hexagonal inserts are locked in place
by small steel plates that prevent them
from ever spinning and provide extra support to
prevent insert tear-outs.
Factory Waxed
Stitched Sidewalls
Negative Core Profile
DowTech
Rideability
Strategically placed in areas that will both
eliminated unwanted high-frequency
vibrations that cause your board to chatter on hard
snow and also works to increase the bond between
the various laminates in a board.
Every snowboard is waxed with our
high-grade Italian made wax to ensure
you’ll be the fastest one down the hill.
Wood Cores
0 -45 +45
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More generous in the waist than a regular
board but not as hefty as a wide board,
the mid wide eliminates toe and heel drag for those
rocking size US 10 to 11 boots.
1320
By adding a cross laminate at a 45
degree angle, Triax glass stiffens the
torsional flex of the board which
increases edge grip and makes the
board more stable at speed.
Key Features
Multi Vibration Dampening
Base Material
Biax 2 Glass
The same 0 degree and 90 degree
laminates as the regular Biax, only in a
tighter and more high-end weave that creates a
significant increase in performance.
Designed to sink the tail and raise the
nose for effortless float in deep snow
conditions, but also to make exiting turns much
easier on groomed runs.
Technology
All Mountain
Camber
Designed to do everything and do everything well;
all mountain boards are slightly stiffer for stability at
speed and for superior Pop off of jumps.
Powder
Stitched in place by what looks like
fishing line, the ABS sidewalls gain an
unparalleled level of strength and durability.
Designed for superior float in
soft, deep snow; powder boards
feature higher nose and tail kicks
and a tapered tail shape.
One Year Warranty
BackCountry
Our standard warranty covers all
manufacturing defects. Endeavor boasts
a less than 1% warranty rate of return, which means
chances are you’re not going to have a problem with
your board.
Park
Zero Camber
Designed for riding in trees, dropping cliffs and
hitting booters; backcountry boards are aggressive
and stable.
Designed to be stiff enough to be stable, but soft
enough to jib; park boards are forgiving and
maneuverable, yet they can be aggressive and
stable when you need them to be.
Enhancers
Rubber Sidewall Inlays
Designed to take impact from rails or
other objects, the rubber sidewall inlay
works as a bumper to prevent sidewall cracks and
also works to dampen vibrations on hard snow
under your feet where high-frequency vibrations can
cause leg fatigue.
* Developed by Salomon
Wood Veneer
A thin veneer of exotic, high-end wood
creates an amazing aesthetic look while
actually enhancing the flex and strength of the
board.
Tried, tested and true performance, these boards
come with a convex rise from the contact points. A
rider’s edge hold and pop derive from the pressure
exerted and expelled when the camber is flexed
under a rider’s weight.
Pipe
The best of both worlds. With no pressure on the
contact points due to the raised wings, this board
feels loose and catch-free like a reverse camber
board; however it remains more stable and
predictable like a regular camber board.
Reverse Camber
Designed for maximum Pop and stability at
speed, pipe boards are the perfect blend of
an all mountain and a park board.
Street
Designed to be soft, forgiving
and maneuverable, street
boards have he softest
flex for pressing and
jibbing.
Endeavor’s Reverse Camber is a subtle concave or
arching profile that curves upward. The idea is to
reduce the pressure on the contact point of the
board and make it feel both looser and more fun to
ride.
Multi Camber
This geometry has a traditional camber between the
bindings for Pop and a 3mm rise of reverse camber
out to the contact points for a fun, float in soft snow
and a hook-free ride.
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Archetype
Our version of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory
where Endeavor ideas are turned into rideable
prototype snowboards in our state of the art lab.
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Graphic Application
Whether it’s traditional screen-printing or the latest
generation of direct printing technology, Endeavor
uses processes best suited for each artist’s design.
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Carbon
Used to stiffen and strengthen boards without
adding weight while creating Pop and extending the
life of the board.
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Reinforcements
Whether it’s Biax, Triax, Basalt or simple reinforcement glass, we select the right glass for the right
style of board.
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Material Selection
Endeavor chooses the best materials from the best
suppliers in the world.
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Inserts
By using stainless steel inserts, we eliminate the
chance of rusting and the special hexagonal plates
prevent them from spinning.
Shorty Series
It’s as Fun as it Looks.
Sizes 100, 110, 120, 130cm
Completely redesigned for 2013, the Shorty is the perfect board for
kids and smaller riders. It features a full perimeter beveled base, which
is designed to make it more difficult to catch an edge while turning or
learning to hit boxes and rails. The biax glass, mellow torsional flex and
zero camber are all created to make this board as forgiving as possible
while giving the rider all the tools they need to advance their level of
riding.
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Shorty Series
Snowboards
Shorty Series
Snowboards
Shorty Series
It’s as Fun as it Looks.
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Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Convex Twin Shape
Ideal for young riders who are more likely to catch an edge, the
convex base geometry raises the steel edge around the entire
perimeter of the board for a catch-free ride. It is also ideal for
groms wanting to learn to ride fun boxes and rails. A symmetrical
shape that will help balance when riding regular or switch. Whether
riding all mountain or park, a twin board will always perform well
in all conditions.
Thermoglass
This material allows for superior color brilliance by using a dye
sublimation graphic process that creates no waste or toxins.
The special dyes used are even water-soluble which means that
it is far better for the environment than more traditional printing
processes.
Wood Core
Tried, tested, and true. Precision machined from Poplar, the
Standard core is lightweight, extremely durable and is the
standard of performance woodcores.
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100cm
110cm
120cm
130cm
Artist
Mason is an illustrator from London, UK. He spends most of his
time drawing bold, colorful pictures influenced by the street and
comic culture of the 1980s and wishing he could grow a hi-top
fade.
http://www.masonlondon.tumblr.com
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Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Boyfriend Series
Your Perfect Match.
Sizes 142, 145, 148, 151 cm
This women’s specific twin is a no nonsense, take no prisoners park
dominator. The deep sidecut makes it maneuverable; the low profile
tips and torsionally soft flex makes it forgiving, while the smooth blend
zones and moustache style camber profile combined with carbon makes
it Pop. The sidewall rubber inlays work as a bumper during any impact
and create an unbelievably smooth ride on hard snow. The BF is your
perfect match.
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Boyfriend Series
Snowboards
Boyfriend Series
Snowboards
Boyfriend Series
Your Perfect Match.
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4.
Key Features
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Multi-Cambered Twin
This geometry has a traditional camber between the bindings for
Pop and a 3mm rise of reverse camber out to the contact points
for a fun, float in soft snow and a hook-free ride. Combined with a
symmetrical shape that will help you balance when riding regular
or switch, this board will always perform well in all conditions.
Rubber Sidewall Inlays
Designed to take impact from rails or other objects, the rubber
sidewall inlay works as a bumper to prevent sidewall cracks and
also works to dampen vibrations on hard snow under foot where
high-frequency vibrations can cause leg fatigue.
Carbon Beams
Carbon is used to stiffen the board in specific locations without
adding any additional weight. It also drastically increases the
performance of the board by making it more responsive and by
adding memory and Pop.
142cm
2.
145cm
148cm
151cm
Artist
Born and raised in Japan, Taka Sudo moved to BC Canada in
2001. “Sometimes on the mountain top with powder snow and
sometimes in overcrowded subways in Tokyo. With glacier beer
and with sake. These things are inspiring my creativity only a little.
Glamourous people with amazing creativity from all over the world
whom he’s ever met. This is the true inspiration.”
w. www.TiFdyL.com
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Technology
TWIN
MULTI
CAMBER
POPLAR
CORE
DIRECT
PRINTED
BIAX
CARBON
BEAMS
EXTRUDED
1320
INSERT
RETENTION
ONE YEAR
WARRANTY
MULTI LAYER
DAMPENING
NEGATIVE
CORE PROFILE
UV
LAQUER
BIAX 2
STITCHED
SIDEWALLS
FACTORY
WAX
FACTORY
TUNE
RUBBER
INLAYS
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Diamond Series
I want Endeavor, not Tiffany.
Sizes 143, 146, 149, 152, 155 cm
Completely redesigned for 2013, the new Diamond is a zero camber true
twin featuring DowTech at the contact points, which eliminates edge hook
and creates a much more loose and fun ride. Carbon V’s in the nose
and tail allow the board to twist while generating an intense amount of
stored energy and Pop just waiting to be unleashed on park jumps or
backcountry booters. Freestyle or all mountain, the Diamond doesn’t
discriminate, it only destroys.
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Diamond Series
Snowboards
Diamond Series
Snowboards
Diamond Series
I want Endeavor, not Tiffany.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Zero Camber w/ DowTech & Flat Kicked Nose and Tail
The best of both worlds. With no pressure on the contact points
due to the raised wings, this board feels loose and catch-free like
a reverse camber board; however it remains more stable and
predictable like a regular camber board. Because of the quick
radius to flat on the nose and tail, the effective edge runs further
than a traditional snowboard. This means the rider can drop 2cm
in length and still have the same control.
Carbon Beams
Carbon is used to stiffen the board in specific locations without
adding any additional weight. It also drastically increases the
performance of the board by making it more responsive and by
adding memory and Pop.
Sintered 7500 Base
Hands down it’s the fastest base with high wax absorption, vibrant
sublimated graphics, and superior durability.
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143cm
146cm
149cm
152cm
155cm
Artist
Vince Chan is a self taught graphic designer based out of
Vancouver, Canada. As a college dropout Vince managed to
weasel his way into a job in the art department of a clothing
company. That was seven years ago, since then Vince has
worked with a diverse range of companies giving himself the
“good will hunting” education in graphic design.
www.opticalweapons.com
3.
Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Guerilla Series
Multi-Cambered Perfection.
Sizes 149, 151, 153, 154w, 155, 156w, 157, 158w, 159 160w cm
Completely redesigned for 2013, the Guerilla is the perfect board for the
rider who wants the ultimate freestyle board at a price that will leave them
with enough cash to buy lift tickets. Take the Guerilla in the park, take it on
the groomers, take it in the trees or take it in the pow. The forgiving flex,
smooth blend zones and moustache style camber profile makes it one of
the most versatile boards in the Endeavor line.
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Guerilla Series
Snowboards
Guerilla Series
Snowboards
Guerilla Series
Multi-Cambered Perfection.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Multi-Cambered Twin
This geometry has a traditional camber between the bindings for
Pop and a 3mm rise of reverse camber out to the contact points
for a fun, float in soft snow and a hook-free ride. Combined with a
symmetrical shape that will help you balance when riding regular
or switch, this board will always perform well in all conditions.
Biax 2 Fiberglass
The same 0 degree and 90 degree laminates as the regular
Biax, only in a tighter and more high-end weave that creates a
significant increase in performance.
Extruded 1320 Base
This base material is easy to repair and comes with a fast factory
wax. Great for printing and requires very little maintenance.
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149cm
151cm
153cm
156cm Wide
157cm
158cm Wide
154cm Wide
155cm
Artist
Grzegorz Domaradzki is Gabz. Artist, Illustrator and Graphic
Designer. Born in 1979. In 2003, he graduated from the Academy
of Fine Arts in Poznań with a Masters degree in Graphic Arts and
Drawing. After the studies he worked first as an illustrator and
later as a graphic designer in various advertising agencies. Went
freelance in 2005.
www.iamgabz.com
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Technology
159cm
160cm Wide
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Color Series
It’s Tough on the Streets.
Sizes 144, 147, 149, 152, 155, 158 cm
If park laps and rails are the rider’s forte, the Color is their board. New
stance widths for 2013 allow bigger stances on the shorter boards in
the line. The rubber sidewall inlays will protect the board from impact
while giving the smoothest ride. This true twin, reverse camber board
has become the Endeavor team’s board choice for jibbing.
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Color Series
Snowboards
Color Series
Snowboards
Color Series
It’s Tough on the Streets.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Rubber Sidewall Inlays
Designed to take impact from rails or other objects, the rubber
sidewall inlay works as a bumper to prevent sidewall cracks and
also works to dampen vibrations on hard snow under foot where
high-frequency vibrations can cause leg fatigue.
3mm Reverse Camber
Endeavor’s Reverse Camber is a subtle 6mm concave or arching
profile that curves upward. The idea is to reduce the pressure on
the contact point of the board and make it feel both looser and
more fun to ride.
Carbon Beams
Carbon is used to stiffen the board in specific locations without
adding any additional weight. It also drastically increases the
performance of the board by making it more responsive and by
adding memory and Pop.
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144cm
147cm
149cm
152cm
158cm
Artist
Vince Chan is a self taught graphic designer based out of
Vancouver, Canada. As a college dropout Vince managed to
weasel his way into a job in the art department of a clothing
company. That was seven years ago, since then Vince has
worked with a diverse range of companies giving himself the
“good will hunting” education in graphic design.
www.opticalweapons.com
3.
Technology
158cm
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
New Standard Series
Engineered Fun.
Sizes 145, 148, 151, 154 cm
The first child of the Archetype R&D Lab, the goal was simple: to create a
completely new style of board that is stable yet loose, aggressive yet fun
and soft yet poppy. Wider than the average deck, this board is designed
to be ridden 3-4cm shorter than the typical board and the brand new DT2
technology will make sure that it will never hook an edge.
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New Standard Series
Snowboards
New Standard Series
Snowboards
New Standard Series
Engineered Fun.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Zero Camber w/ DT2 & Flat Kicked Nose and Tail
DT2 takes the success of DowTech to a new level by adding extra
rise and by extending the zones for an even more loose and fun
riding zero camber board that is still able to maintain superior
edge hold. Because of the quick radius to flat on the nose and
tail, the effective edge runs further than a traditional snowboard.
This means the rider can drop 2cm in length and still have the
same control.
Rubber Sidewall Inlays
Designed to take impact from rails or other objects, the rubber
sidewall inlay works as a bumper to prevent sidewall cracks and
also works to dampen vibrations on hard snow under foot where
high-frequency vibrations can cause leg fatigue.
Rail Ready Detune
By creating an edge bevel around the full perimeter of the board,
getting hooked on rails and boxes becomes a thing of the past.
2.
145cm
148cm
151cm
154cm
Artist
Hovercraft Studio is based out of Portland Oregon and was
founded in early 2009 by designers Ryan Haaland and Zack
Teachout. The pair have worked side-by-side for more than 5
years, pumping out projects with much success for clients around
the world. Their work ranges from highly refined brand identity to
grungy DIY board graphics, and everything in between.
www.hovercraftstudio.com
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Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Live Series
The Perfect Specimen.
Sizes 148, 151, 153, 156, 157w, 159, 161w, 163 cm
This year marks the 10th year that the Live Series has been a part of the
Endeavor line-up, so we wanted to make it the best to date. Featuring
a sublimated and sintered 7500 base for speed and color brilliance,
carbon double beams for Pop, a direct printed TPU top-sheet to show
every single tiny detail of it’s art, the Live is ready for another 10 years as
everyone’s favorite go-to board.
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Live Series
Snowboards
Live Series
Snowboards
Live Series
The Perfect Specimen.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Directional Twin Shape
A completley balanced shape that will ride as comfortably switch
as it will regular, but will float better in soft snow due to a slightly
raised nose height. Whether riding all mountain or park, a
directional twin will perform well in all conditions.
Traditional Camber
Tried, tested and true performance, these boards come with a
convex rise from the contact points. A rider’s edge hold and pop
derive from the pressure exerted and expelled when the camber
is flexed under a rider’s weight.
Carbon Beams
Carbon is used to stiffen the board in specific locations without
adding any additional weight. It also drastically increases the
performance of the board by making it more responsive and by
adding memory and Pop.
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148cm
151cm
153cm
159cm
161cm Wide
163cm
156cm
157cm Wide
Artist
Initially recognized for his multi-layer street stencils and posters,
Meggs has become a well recognized and respected member
of Australia’s street art culture. With a background in graffiti,
skateboarding and graphic design Meggs has developed his
painting skills from street to galleries with a mixture of aerosol
based character work and stencil based expressive canvases.
www.houseofmeggs.com
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Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Live Reverse Series
The Perfect Specimen, in RC.
Sizes 148, 151, 153, 156, 157w, 159, 161w, 163 cm
In its 10th year as one of the best sellers in the Endeavor line-up, the
Live RC is the mellower and more rider friendly brother to the Live regular
camber. Reverse between the bindings and flat rise out to the contact
points, this directional twin is the board that everyone can ride and have
fun on. It doesn’t matter if it’s the rider’s first day on the hill or an advanced
level rider, the Live RC can do it all.
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Live RC Series
Snowboards
Live RC Series
Snowboards
Live RC Series
The Perfect Specimen, in RC.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Directional Twin Shape
A completley balanced shape that will ride as comfortably switch
as it will regular, but will float better in soft snow due to a slightly
raised nose height. Whether riding all mountain or park, a
directional twin will perform well in all conditions.
6mm Reverse Camber
Endeavor’s Reverse Camber is a subtle 6mm concave or arching
profile that curves upward. The idea is to reduce the pressure on
the contact point of the board and make it feel both looser and
more fun to ride.
Sintered 7500 Base
Hands down it’s the fastest base with high wax absorption, vibrant
sublimated graphics, and superior durability.
2.
148cm
151cm
153cm
159cm
161cm Wide
163cm
156cm
157cm Wide
Artist
Initially recognised for his multi-layer street stencils and posters,
Meggs has become a well recognised and respected member
of Australia’s street art culture. With a background in graffiti,
skateboarding and graphic design Meggs has developed his
painting skills from street to galleries with a mixture of aerosol
based character work and stencil based expressive canvases.
www.houseofmeggs.com
3.
Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
High5 Series
Super Camber Champion.
Sizes 151, 153, 155, 157, 159 cm
Flat kicks, double carbon beams, phantom woodcore, super camber,
rubber sidewall inlays and basalt glass…the High 5 is a beast just
waiting to be unleashed. Hands down the most aggressive performance
board in the Endeavor line, this board is loaded with Pop that demands
respect. Snap from edge to edge at lightning speed, blast off park hits
with aggression and even float pow with ease. There’s no doubt about it,
the High 5 is a serious freestyle machine.
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High5 Series
Snowboards
High5 Series
Snowboards
High5 Series
Super Camber Champion.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Super Camber w/ Flat Kicked Nose and Tail
Increasing the benefits of a cambered board, the super camber
with flat kicks rides like a longer snowboard for the size. Because
of the quick radius to flat on the nose and tail, the effective edge
runs further than a traditional snowboard. This means the rider
can drop 2cm in length and still have the same control. 15mm of
super camber means an unbelievable amount of stored energy
just waiting to be released.
Rubber Sidewall Inlays
Designed to take impact from rails or other objects, the rubber
sidewall inlay works as a bumper to prevent sidewall cracks and
also works to dampen vibrations on hard snow under foot where
high-frequency vibrations can cause leg fatigue.
Basalt Fiberglass
An eco-alternative, Basalt is a premium aerospace material made
from molten basalt and declassified by the military in 1995. An
unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio gives our premium freestyle
boards added performance, elasticity, and durability.
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151cm
153cm
155cm
157cm
159cm
Artist
Derek Stenning is a Vancouver based artist and conceptual
designer. Trained in classical animation, Derek has spent the
last 10 years working in the animation and video game fields,
fulfilling a variety of different roles. He is currently at Next Level
Games working as a concept designer in the studio’s business
development/I.P. creation department.
www.borninconcrete.blogspot.com
3.
Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Next Series
Attack the Steep and Deep.
Sizes 154, 157, 159, 159rc, 162, 165 cm
Perfected in the Whistler backcountry and at some of the best heli
operations in the world, the Next Series is a freerider’s dream. Taper in the
tail allows it to sink slightly, which in turn lifts the nose, making pow riding
a breeze. Incredible to look at, the satin finished wood veneer topsheet
serves a functional purpose by stiffening the board without adding any
additional glass or carbon. Finished off with a sublimated sintered 7500
base for speed and a Phantom wood core for flex memory and Pop and
we have the perfect all mountain weapon.
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Next Series
Snowboards
Next Series
Snowboards
Next Series
Attack the Steep and Deep.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Tapered Directional Shape
With a slightly longer nose than the tail, directional boards are
designed for all mountain riding and to float in soft snow. Adding a
slight taper sinks the tail and raises the nose for effortless float in
deep snow conditions, but also makes exiting turns much easier
on groomed runs.
Bamboo Wood Veneer
A thin veneer of exotic, high-end bamboo wood creates an
amazing aesthetic look while actually enhancing the flex and
strength of the board.
Phantom Core
The Phantom Woodcore boasts a 15% reduction in weight
compared to the Standard Woodcore making your deck that much
lighter and more responsive foot feet.
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154cm
157cm
159cm
159cm RC
162cm
Artist
Born and raised in Vancouver, B.C, Rory Doyle currently works
full time as a production artist while moonlighting as a freelance
designer/ illustrator. Skating and snowboarding have been
treasured parts of his life, so it’s fair to say working within those
genres is Rory’s favorite.
www.cargocollective.com/rorydoyle
3.
Technology
165cm
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
B.O.D. Series
The Best Snowboard in the World.
Sizes 149, 152, 155, 158, 161 cm
The flagship of the Endeavor Line for 10 years straight. The B.O.D. stands
for the Board Of Directors; this board is the pride and joy of the people
behind the scenes at Endeavor. The B.O.D. has changed identities over
the years, first as an aggressive freestyle board, then as a directional
all mountain board and now as a zero camber, tech laden twin, but one
thing remains the same, it still stands as the pinnacle of performance and
design.
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B.O.D. Series
Snowboards
B.O.D. Series
Snowboards
B.O.D. Series
The Best Snowboard in the World.
1.
Key Features
4.
Shape / Camber Diagram
5.
Available Sizes / Graphics
Zero Camber w/ DowTech & Flat Kicked Nose and Tail
The best of both worlds. With no pressure on the contact points
due to the raised wings, this board feels loose and catch-free like
a reverse camber board; however it remains more stable and
predictable like a regular camber board. Because of the quick
radius to flat on the nose and tail, the effective edge runs further
than a traditional snowboard. This means the rider can drop 2cm
in length and still have the same control.
Rubber Sidewall Inlays
Designed to take impact from rails or other objects, the rubber
sidewall inlay works as a bumper to prevent sidewall cracks and
also works to dampen vibrations on hard snow under foot where
high-frequency vibrations can cause leg fatigue.
Phantom Core
The Phantom Woodcore boasts a 15% reduction in weight
compared to the Standard Wood core making the deck lighter and
more responsive under foot.
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149cm
152cm
155cm
158cm
161cm
Artist
Born and raised in Vancouver, B.C, Rory Doyle currently works
full time as a production artist while moonlighting as a freelance
designer/ illustrator. Skating and snowboarding have been
treasured parts of his life, so it’s fair to say working within those
genres is Rory’s favorite.
www.cargocollective.com/rorydoyle
3.
Technology
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
S1 Series
Simple. Functional. Understated.
Shorty Series
The S1 is ideal for young riders under age 12 with boots kids US size 13
and all the way up to a men’s US size 6. They’re comfortable, durable,
look great and excellent value.
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S1 Series
Bindings
S1 Series
Bindings
S1 Series
Simple. Functional. Understated.
1.
2.
Key Features
Available Colors
Freestyle Highback
Zero forward lean combined with a flat contour inceases laterial
movement, perfect for tweaking and jibbing. The one piece
highback transfers energy evenly to the entire binding through
two contact points on the baseplate.
Ergonomic Ankle Strap
Ergonomic straps with increased padding and wider sides
displace and diminish pressure points on the boot.
White
3.
Black
Technology
Adjustable Binding Size
Multi-sized binding is easily adjustable on
the fly and accommodates a wide cross
section of boot sizes.
Easy Ratchet System
Smooth tightening and loosening system
gets your board on and off quickly.
Snug Fit Toe Strap
Molded one piece toe strap is lightweight and
fits gives your boot a snug fit, pushing your
boot into the highback.
Hidden Adjustable Ladder System
Make quick adjustments easily to get the
perfect boot/binding fit without tools.
EVA Shock Absorbtion
Dampen the ride and cushion your landings
with an evenly distributed EVA shock
absorbtion system.
Highback Heel Cup
Eliminating the heelcup reduces weight and
increases highback strength.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
S2 Series
Lightweight, Comfortable, & Supportive.
Select Series
New for 2013, the S2 is a winged highback binding that comes in bold
colors to match any board set-up. Flexible and forgiving, yet supportive in
any time of need, they are optimal for all styles of riding and have become
the binding of choice of the Endeavor Pro team for freestyle.
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S2 Series
Bindings
S2 Series
Bindings
S2 Series
Lightweight, Comfortable, & Supportive.
1.
2.
Key Features
Available Colors
Wing Highback
Winged highback provides increased leverage and support for
presses, spins, and boardslides. The knockouts create our lightest
weight and flexible binding to date.
Ergonomical Ankle Strap
Ergonomical straps with increased padding and wider sides
displace and diminish pressure points on your boot.
Green
3.
Orange
Blue
White
Black
Technology
Easy Ratchet System
Smooth tightening and loosening system
gets your board on and off quickly.
Highback Rotation
Rotate the high back parallel to the edge for
a more responsive heel edge.
Multi Fit Toe Strap
Comfortably ridden with the toe strap
positioned traditionally or over the toe.
Hidden Adjustable Ladder System
Make quick adjustments easily to get the
perfect boot/binding fit without tools.
EVA Shock Absorbtion
Dampen the ride and cushion landings with
an evenly distributed EVA shock absorption
system.
Forward Lean Adjuster
Tool free, forward lean adjuster allows on the
hill forward lean adjustment.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
S3 Series
Ergonomic with Premium Styling.
Stealth Series
Trimmed of all unnecessary weight for uninhibited lightweight
performance, the S3 is the flagship of the Endeavor binding collection.
Plush straps, efficient buckles, and printed EVA foam padding, combined
with an understated appearance all culminate to make the S3 one of the
most comfortable and aesthetically appealing bindings on the market
today.
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S3 Series
Bindings
S3 Series
Bindings
S3 Series
Premium Styling.
1.
2.
Key Features
Available Colors
All Mountain Highback
Mid flex and slightly contoured for the best all round feel. The
knockouts decrease weight and increase playfulness.
Ergonomic Neo Fit Ankle Strap
Ergonomic straps with increased padding and wider sides
displace and diminish pressure points on boots. The Neo Fit
window increases comfort in the flex zone.
White
3.
Black
Technology
Highback Rotation
Rotate highbacks parallel to the edge for a
more responsive heel edge.
Easy Ratchet System
Smooth tightening and loosening system
gets the board on and off quickly.
Neo Fit Toe Strap
Neo fit has an ultra padded cushion lining
with a neoprene window, allowing a snug toe
fit or over-the-boot positioning.
Hidden Adjustable Ladder System
Make quick adjustments easily to get the
perfect boot/binding fit without tools.
EVA Shock Absorbtion
Dampen the ride and cushion landings with
an evenly distributed EVA shock absorption
system.
Forward Lean Adjuster
Tool free forward lean adjuster means you
are able to increase the forward lean on the
hill.
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Daily Use
To the Office or the Mountain.
The Backpacker and Daytripper
The Backpacker and Daytripper are the perfect pair for a quick mission
up the mountain after work or a weekend adventure away. Durable
tarpaulin, minimalist design, and enough storage room for all of the toys,
the Backpacker and Daytripper are essentials.
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Backpacker
Luggage
Backpacker
Daytripper
Protect Your Gadgets in Style.
1.
The Essentials Bag for a Short Excursion.
2.
Bag Detail
Daytripper
Luggage
1.
Features
Bag Details
51cm x 33cm x 20cm / 33 Litres
20” x 13” x 8” / 2054 Cubic Inches
Front Pocket
Easy access to the large front pocket. Ideal for
flight itineraries, headphones, and anything else
required quickly.
Utility Pocket
Store essentials securely, such as passports,
pens, money or anything else that may be
required urgently.
Laptop Pocket
Padded and ultra soft lining gives laptops a safe
and comfortable home.
Cushioned Straps
Ergonomic cushioned straps with mesh inlays
for breathability and to keep heavy loads
comfortable.
Durable Tarpaulin
Our bombproof weather resistant fabric keeps
shit dry and resists wear and tear.
Square 2 Slot Lash Tab
An attachment point for accessories that will
take up to a 25mm webbed strap.
3.
Available Colors
Black
2.
3.
Features
Available Colors
75cm x 41cm x 38cm / 110 Litres
30” x 16” x 15” / 7131 Cubic Inches
White
Black
Orange
Yellow
Seatbelt Webbing Straps
The most durable straps, seatbelt webbing
ensures the straps won’t tear no matter the
carry load.
Square 2 Slot Lash Tab
An attachment point for accessories that have
up to a 25mm webbed strap.
Covered Oversized Bag Opening
The zipper covering has an overhang for water
to run off, ensuring a dry bag. The oversized bag
opening allows for easy access.
Durable Tarpaulin
Our bombproof weather resistant fabric keeps
shit dry and resists wear and tear.
Compression Straps
Control light loads with the compression straps,
guaranteeing care of your loot.
1680D Nylon Base
Classic durable nylon base keeps the duffle
bags sturdy and the tarpaulin scuff free.
Orange
White
Yellow
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Travel
The Road Trip Companions.
The Pro and Traveler Gearbags.
Bombproof tarpaulin, retractable handles, skate wheels and hard shell
bases ensure the gearbags handle the abuse of travel. Whether it’s a
quick trip to New York or an extended stay in New Zealand, these travel
bags are the home away from home.
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Pro Gearbag
Luggage
Pro Gearbag
Your Mobile Closet.
2.
Bag Detail
1.
Features
Bag Details
2.
Features
57cm x 33cm x 24cm / 45 Litres
22” x 13” x 9” / 2755 Cubic Inches
75cm x 38cm x 35cm / 100 Litres
30” x 15” x 14” / 6087 Cubic Inches
Square 2 Slot Lash Tab
An attachment point for accessories that have
up to a 25mm webbed strap.
Square 2 Slot Lash Tab
An attachment point for accessories that have
up to a 25mm webbing strap.
Rectractable Handle
For mobility and pulling comfort.
Rectractable Handle
For mobility and pulling comfort.
Dual End and Side Utility Handles
For easy lifting and pulling when the retractable
handle isn’t required.
Dual End and Side Utility Handles
For easy lifting and pulling when the retractable
handle isn’t required.
270 Degree Locking Zipper
The zipper wraps the gear bag 270 degrees,
giving convenient access to both halves of the
bag. The zipper cars can be locked.
270 Degree Locking Zipper
The zipper wraps the gear bag 270 degrees,
giving convenient access to both halves of the
bag. The zipper cars can be locked.
Hardshell Base
An attachment point for accessories that have
up to a 25mm webbed strap.
Hardshell Base
Resists wear and tear and protects contents
from impact.
Skate Wheels
Urethane replaceable wheels give a smooth
glide over most surfaces.
Skate Wheels
Urethane replaceable wheels give a smooth
glide over most surfaces.
3.
Yellow
Luggage
Traveler Gearbag
The Ultimate Carry-On.
1.
Traveler Gearbag
Orange
3.
Available Colors
White
Black
Orange
Black
Available Colors
Yellow
White
Endeavor Snowboards Inc. © 2012
Roadtrip
Pack Your Quiver in Style.
The Pro & Traveler Boardbags.
Two styles of board bag that keep your quiver safe and damage free. The
weather resistant tarpaulin is perfect for throwing in the back of a truck,
strapping to a roof rack or exploring the world.
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Pro Boardbag
Luggage
Pro Boardbag
Traveler Boardbag
The Weekend Warrior.
1.
Built for the Overseas Adventure.
2.
Bag Detail
Traveler Boardbag
Luggage
1.
Features
2.
Bag Details
Features
168cm x 34cm x 18cm / 100 Litres
66” x 13” x 7” / 6274 Cubic Inches
168cm x 34cm x 20cm / 105 Litres
66” x 13” x 8” / 6274 Cubic Inches
Square 2 Slot Lash Tab
An attachment point for accessories that have
up to a 25mm webbed strap.
Square 2 Slot Lash Tab
An attachment point for accessories that have
up to a 25mm webbed strap.
Dual End and Side Utility Handles
For easy lifting and pulling when the retractable
handle isn’t required.
Dual End and Side Utility Handles
For easy lifting and pulling when the retractable
handle isn’t required.
270 Degree Locking Zipper
The zipper wraps the gear bag 270 degrees,
giving convenient access to both halves of the
bag. The zipper cars can be locked.
270 Degree Locking Zipper
The zipper wraps the gear bag 270 degrees,
giving convenient access to both halves of the
bag. The zipper cars can be locked.
Full Board Padding Protection
Two layers of impact resistant padding protect
any board.
Full Board Padding Protection
Two layers of impact resistant padding protect
any board.
Offroad Wheels
Durable treaded off-road wheels perform on
snowy streets or carpeted airports.
Offroad Wheels
Durable treaded off-road wheels perform on
snowy streets or carpeted airports.
Hidden Zipper Compartments
Perfect for boots and bindings, located on the
inside in zippered compartments.
3.
Orange
Yellow
3.
Available Colors
Black
White
Orange
Black
White
Available Colors
Orange
Yellow
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Credits & Acknowledgements
Copyright Endeavor Snowboards Inc. 2012. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reporduced in any form whatsoever withoutprior consent
of the copyright holder. All IP and design copyrights contained within this
catalogue belong to Endeavor Snowboards Inc.
Rob Dow, Paavo Tikkanen, Chris Martin, Randy Ross, Graeme Hansen, Keith
Sutton, Jason Broz, Natasha Wells, Auley Serfas, Sue Wells, Cherie Broz,
Katy Gilbertson, Brooke Wells, Dez Price, Daryl Trinidad, Dickson Li, Jamie
Wilkinson, Murray Fraser, Ryan Patey, Pear Nicholson, Masahiro Okazaki,
Yoon, Sam and Dave Noble, Adam Klumper, Bill and Loreen Serfas, Peter
and Calee Jenke, Mike West, Chris Gougeon, Kevin Griffin, Kale Stephens,
Johnny Lyall, & Kareem El Rafie, all of our sales reps, distributors and
ambassadors.
And everyone else who believes in what we’re doing.
Always Endeavor.
All Photography by Scott Serfas unless otherwise noted.
www.scottserfas.com
Cover photography by Daniel Tengs / www.tengsphoto.com
Rider: Petter Kristainsen
Catalogue Design & Production: Max Jenke & Rob Dow
Endeavor Snowboards Inc.
439 Railway Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada
V6A 1A7
P. +1.604.646.4727
F. +1.604.646.4737
E. [email protected]
W. www.endeavorsnowboards.com
WINTER 2013 PRODUCT CATALOGUE
Designed in Vancouver, B.C. at Endeavor Design Inc.
www.endeavorsnowboards.com

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