Endeavor Guerrilla

Endeavor Guerrilla 5 5 1 1
loved it really good lighter than what I had before would recommend to anyone and everyone :) 18 November 2013
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Was: £300.00 Now: £180.00

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The Guerilla is aimed at the cash conscious rider that still wants great performance and a board that’ll work everywhere. From riding the parks, blasting the powder, and carving up the pistes in-between. It packs in the latest in board shaping with a mixture of camber dominant pop in between the bindings for traditional camber lovers, but with a slight lift at the tip and tail to unlock playfulness and float in powder. The Guerilla also benefits from a forgiving flex that gives the board superior board control for tricks in and outside of the park. A stunning board for the money, the Guerilla is hotly tipped as one the steals of season.

Features

  • Freestyle board
  • Beginner - Advanced rider level
  • Endeavor's Multi Camber profile
  • Twin Shape
  • Easy to repair Extruded 1320 base
  • Endeavor Standard Core

Glossary

Multi CamberWith traditional camber between the bindings for pop, and a 3mm ride of reverse camber out from the contact points for a fun float in the soft snow, offering a hook-free ride.
Twin ShapeWhere a snowboard's nose and tail are shaped identically, common in Freestyle boards to aid riding switch.
Extruded BaseExtruded bases are made with polyethylene pellets that are melted down under extreme heat. Once melted, the pellets are forced together under pressure using a machine that measures the correct base thickness. The result is one solid, completely smooth piece of polyethylene. Extruded snowboard bases tend to be more durable and cheaper to make than sintered bases. Extruded bases are not porous and do not hold wax as well as sintered snowboard bases.
Standard CorePrecision machined from poplar wood, the Standard Core is lightweight and extremely durable.