Freestyle Jib Snowboard End Zone 500 Package designed for snowboarders from beginner to expert who want a versatile, fun snowboard in the park, on groomed runs and in the backcountry.
Flat camber offering an excellent compromise of grip/maneuverability. Supple torsion between the feet for a fun and tolerant snowboard. From beginner in freestyle to "pure" park rider.
25% groomed runs, 25% backcountry, 50% park.
Easy to handle
Supple torsion, freedom for your feet: lots of fun on jumps and modules.
Flat camber and rocker, floats really well on powder.
Flat camber and supple torsion: good grip and easy skidding.
146 cm: 4 Ft 4 In In to 4 Ft 11 In
151 cm: 5 Ft to 5Ft 8 In
156W cm: 5 Ft 9 In to 5 Ft 11 In
Fairly supple front and back. Ideal for jumps at low speed.
Medium torsion for grip. Progressive snowboard that's forgiving of mistakes.
Extruded PE base offering standard glide performance.
A word from the product manager
The Jib is our new board in the 17-18 range. We wanted an easy, manageable, fun freestyle board ... Job done?
Program / Terrain
The Jib carves a bit less on the slopes than the Park & Ride but it's amazing in the park, both on rails and on jumps.
On the slopes, it's very manageable in small turns and encourages you to have fun on the track edges.
With its flat camber with rocker and its supple torsion between the feet, it's suitable for the high-level freestyler who wants a fun board, as well as for the true beginner interested in freestyle.
Twin Tip snowboard
The shape of the snowboard is Twin Tip. The board's sidecuts are completely symmetrical between front and rear, providing perfect symmetry and centering of the board's features for riding in both directions in the same way.
The Twin Tip shape also provides total balance when turning on the ground or in the air.
Flat camber + rocker
A flat camber is the best compromise between the standard camber that provides grip and dynamism, and a reverse camber that offers rotational maneuverability but has little grip.
It's perfect for the park freestyler and the beginner because:
- the flat camber offers stability, on modules or on groomed runs,
- the rocker offers tolerance in the park and on groomed runs, because the 4 "corners" of the board do not touch the snow when the board is flat.
The flex (stiffness of the board between front and rear) of the End Zone 400 Jib is about 2/5, i.e. supple and forgiving. This type of flex is very homogeneous from the front tip (nose) to the rear tip (tail), which provides very predictable cornering with no surprises.
This flex, designed for freestyle use, also lets you have fun on the flat (ollies, nollies, butter, nose roll...).
Front width 11.5". Center 9.8". Rear 11.5" (size 59.4").
Radius 25.9' (59.4").
Effective edge 45.9".
Number of inserts: 10 + 10 (3 positions possible per binding / 20 mm between each one).
Recommended stance: 21.9".
Supple and forgiving torsion
The torsion (torsional stiffness of the board between the feet) is about 2/5, which makes the board easy to handle, easy to pivot and forgiving of edge mistakes. Supple torsion provides a degree of free movement between the feet. As an exaggeration, the front foot can be angled heel-toe, and the rear toe-heel. This is important for beginners to forgive edging mistakes. The supple torsion is also suited to freestyle-jib-flat use.
Setback 0 mm
The setback is when the board's compression points with the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the center of the board, but set back towards the rear. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance.
0 mm: no setback, these Twin Tip boards are completely centered for riding forward or switch, offering good balance during spins in the air or on groomed slopes.
Extruded base and glide performance
Extruded base, a manufacturing process distinct from that for sintered bases:
- offers normal glide and good durability over time,
- requires regular maintenance: Ideally, wax every 5 outings and at least once a year,
- either at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide,
- or at the end of the season to nourish the base in depth, allowing the wax to protect the base throughout the summer.
Sold with Illusion 400 bindings
Standard snowboard binding:
- very good support thanks to its 3D ankle strap which perfectly fits the boot,
- real comfort thanks to the cap strap, the position of the toe strap on the front of the boot only,
- very good reactivity thanks to a rigid spoiler,
- equipped with the Turn Strap easy-open system so you no longer have the strap to hinder the introduction of the shoe.
57.5" and 59.4", size M: 4.5 to 8.
61.4" W, size L: 8 to 12.5.
146 cm/ 151 cm/ 156 cm Wide
146/151: Shoe Size 3.5>8. 156 Wide: Shoe Size 8>12.5
Flat + Rocker
Snowboard & bindings pack
Chassis : 80.0% Polyamide, Chassis : 20.0% Polyvinyl chloride\r\nDeck : 34.0% Wood - Hard, Deck : 33.0% Epoxy, Deck : 33.0% Fiberglass
Wipe the edges at the end of the day to avoid rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings.
Summer storage: out of the sun, you can leave the bindings on the board.
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