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Alright,

So i've been checkin out all around boards and heard of this company Endeavor, i was told they are from Vancouver which makes it even more appealing because i'd like to support a canadian company and the shop selling them is a local small shop which i would also like to support.

Endeavor's site-> http://endeavorsnowboards.com/

So has anyone ever heard of or used these boards? The two boards i'm looking at are the High 5 and Color series, i'm lookin at park mainly this year but will ride the double blacks and what not so that puts the color at a disadvantage since it seems really park situated. But i do have a board that i can switch to if i want to ride the slopes rather than park. Best bang for buck also would be great.

Any feedback on the boards would be great. Thanks.
 

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I was in the same situation as you about a month ago. I was looking for information on Endeavor and there is very little out there. What I did find however was all very positive and I ended up purchasing the Endeavor Diamond which is their Womens All-Mountain Freestyle board. It's currently being shipped so I haven't ridden it yet however I'm looking forward to its arrival.

Here are a few links with a bit of info on Endeavor that I found while searching.

Snowboard Mag

High 5 review

Office boyz playing in the snow

Whenever I had a question I emailed Endeavor directly and always got a very informative fast response. These guys love the sport more than anything and you can tell how enthusiastic they are in their emails.
 

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I feel like I remember that Endeavor was made in the Elan factory. So the quality of manufacturing should be good enough. I wanted a Colour a few years ago. Pretty graphic. And I really like this years. I actually blindly highly support the Colour. Cambered jib boards are getting hard to find. Seems to be solid tech so as long as they don't just fall apart this should be a great deck.

Love the 2011 graphic, reminds me of Doh-Doh bushings.
 

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I ride a 09/10 Endeavour Colour, and it actually holds its own outside of the park. It's a great board to play around with in general, and its very strong as well.
 
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