Endeavor Snowboards 2008-2009

04 Feb, 2008

This was the first year for Endeavor Snowboards to be part of SIA, located in the Yard section of SIA they represented an up and coming snowboard company to be on the look out for. I was stoked to check them out and see what they have to offer.

2009 marks Endeavors 6th year and has the theme “Young, willing and eager” showcased throughout their line.

I have rode the 08-09 Endeavor Roots and reviewed it here

The Diamond Series (Womens)

Gotta love womens boards that step beyonds the girly graphics and show a board that is killer. I also am impressed by any company that recognizes that women riders ride boards bigger than 153cm. The diamond’s biggest size is 157cm.

Endeavor High 5 Series, Roots Series, and Board of Directors Series

Endeavor Diamond Series, Live Series, and High 5 Series

Endeavor Guerilla Series and Colour Series

Endeavor Guerilla Series, Colour Series and Diamond Series

I later came back to the booth with Gorio from Evo to check out the soft goods that Endeavor offers. We spoke with Jordan about the upcoming products and designs. One thing at SIA is the best reps are the ones you remember and the ones who even by day 4 are still stoked to be there and stoked to show you what they are passionate about.

The designs on the soft goods were really cool, I wish I got a photo of them. Some tribal art as well as military/guerilla style pieces. Some of the face masks were simply amazing, including one with the gnarliest face gash ever.

Catalog Photos

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  1. optionrider157
    February 05, 2008

    diggin those graphics shay! are you sure the board with the brass knuckles on it is the Diamond? Cause what you’re calling the Colour Series looks pretty girly (flowers? light purple?). That seems like the Diamond to me. Some catalog scans would clarify my qualms 😉 I’m curious about this new Guerilla series, and the bases of all the boards as well.

  2. Shayboarder
    February 05, 2008

    Awesome! Yep the Diamond is the board with the brass knuckles as well as other kill items and girly items on it.

    According to the guerilla series is a freestyle ride with a directional shape. It is sized for everyone, kids to ladies to big mountain guys.

    I have the catalog so i’ll scan that in tomorrow and post it up.

  3. optionrider157
    February 05, 2008

    Those catalog scans clear things up alot. I’m actually diggin the Color Series now (the 155 at least). Is the 155 really light purple like your picture, or darker like the catalog? If darker, it’s pretty much mine :D. Thanks again.

  4. Anonymous
    February 07, 2008

    does the endeavor color still have a larger contact length and shorter tip and tail so you can ride a smaller board?