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Men's Snowboard Freestyle and All Mountain Endzone 500

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Men's Snowboard Freestyle and All Mountain Endzone 500 is designed for

Flat camber for an excellent mix of edge grip and maneuverability. Soft torsional stiffness making the snowboard forgiving and lively. From the beginner freestyle to the pure snow park rider.

A photo of the Men's Snowboard Freestyle and All Mountain Endzone 500 in use

Versatility

30% track, 10% off-piste, 60% park.

Easy to handle

Soft torsion: very lively board thanks to the freedom.

Buoyancy

Normal floatation in powder snow (flat camber, rocker).

Traction

Good edge grip and easy side-slipping (flat camber and soft torsion).

Anatomic design

57.5": 5'3" to 5'7" 59.4": 5'7" to 5'9" 61.4"MW: 5'9" to 5'11"

Rigidity

Quite flexible nose and tail. Ideal for low speed jumps.

Forgiveness

Soft torsional stiffness for easy and lively riding.

Glide performance

HDPE sintered base for an excellent glide.

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Facil maniobrabilidad

Probada en stand de Decathlon en Sierra Nevada, Prado Llano. Buena iniciativa.

Buena calidad precio

Blandita, pero juguetona. Recordar mendado para alguien que la quiera para parque, freestyle

Juguete

Es fácil, buena bajada buen cambio de canto y super flexible

Excelente

Es una buena tabla flexible. Manejable y rápida. Fácil de adaptarte a ella. Para disfrutar

Poco rigida

Es una tabla que está bien pero es poco rígida para bajar pistas

Maniobrabilitat i polibalència

Fàcil girar, apte per iniciació. La forma de la taula ajuda a girar. És lleuger

Manejable

Buen giro muy manejable en los dos sentido

Buenas sensaciones

Buena rotación

Juguetona

Amb nervi es deixa flexa molt be

Taula lleugera i tolerable

Per ser el meu primer dia m’he sentit be amb ella. La valoro positivament. M’ha ajudat a baixar derrapant i encarar la pendent

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Super planche

Je prévoyais d'acheter cette planche suite aux avis positifs que j'avais pu lire, et elle semblais correspondre a ma pratique. C'est a dire Park Indoor toute l'année et piste (et bords de piste) une a deux fois par an. J'ai eu la chance de l'essayer lors des test days organisés par decathlon, et je peux dire qu'elle ne m'as pas déçu. J'hesitais avec la park&ride 500 pour la polyvalance et l'accroche sur piste, mais le test a été révélateur. Cette endzone500 est extrêmement facile a prendre en main, très maniable sur le Park pour contrôler sa vitesse ou s'aligner entre les modules. Les petits virages a basse vitesse ou changement de direction vifs sont facilités par son cambre plat+rocker. Et son flex très souple pardonne beaucoup même sur piste. Une planche hyper fun qui donne envie de rider n'importe quel obstacle. A titre de comparaison, la park&ride 500 était vraiment moins maniable sur le Park a cause du cambre et de sa rigidité, presque inutilisable a mon niveau (+- 25 journées de snow). Sur piste cette endzone500 fait le job. Un peu moins dynamique et précise que la Park&ride, elle permet quand même de belles carves, mais pour le coup elle demande un peu plus de maîtrise. En effet si on rentre fort dans le virage elle tourne très tes court et ça peu surprendre. Je n'ai pas pu prendre assez de vitesse lors de l'essai pour juger de sa stabilité... A voir sur piste lors de la prochaine sortie. Pour info j'ai été l'acheter directement en rentrant du test day, c'est dire si elle m'a convaincu. Elle conviendra aussi parfaitement aux débutants.

SUPRENANTE

Board essayée lors d'un test day organisé par Decathlon. Aussi surprenante que son prix est abordable. Joueuse, légère et souple, elle est facile à manier et s'adapte assez bien dès la prise en main. Elle est adaptée pour tout niveau de rider sur piste et en park. Excellente expérience avec une équipe d'experts qui donne de bons conseils

Test Landgraaf 02/20

Chouette planche, facile à prendre en main. Elle est assez "jouette" sur les bord de piste et les bosses et facile à diriger sur piste. Elle pardonne mieux les erreurs de précisions qu'1 planche cambrée. Vraiment très agréable!

Endzone 500

Alors au sujet de cette board: Elle est super agréable à rider sur piste Surtout pour shredé les bords est sur Park Pour envoyer de magnifique trick et rotation sur kicker mais également pour envoyer sur du rails, le petit moins c’est à grand vitesse elle manque un peut d’accroche mais ce n’est vraiment que à grande vitesse. ++++. Sur ce qui est du freeride en poudreuse c’est une planche qui va déjà demander un minimum d’expérience sur ce Type de ride, car elle demande de la technique pour bien flotter Mais elle reste très agréable quand même sur poudreuse +++, néanmoins cette planche est très axée piste et Park et on le comprend très vite. Rien à redire sur cette planche appart qu’elle est juste merveilleusement bien. Au top

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Composition

Deck

  • 5% Steel
  • 25% Fiberglass
  • 30% Wood
  • 40% Epoxy

Technical information

Sintered base 20 mm Poplar wood core Number of inserts: 10 + 10 TWINTIP Size 57.5": Front width 11.3", center 9.6", rear 11.3" Radius 25' Recommended stance: 20.1". Size 59.4": Front width 11.5", center 9.8", rear 11.5" Radius 26' Recommended stance: 21.9". Size 61.4" MIDWIDE: Front width 12", center 10.2", rear 12" Radius 27' Recommended stance: 22.6".

Which size should i choose for my endzone 500?

For Freestyle use, you can take a short board: 8" to 10" drop (e.g. if you are 5'8" tall, choose a board between 60" and 58" long). A smaller board makes rotations and tricks easier. A bigger board will be more stable at high speed and when landing jumps. 57.5" => 5'3" to 5'7" 59.4" => 5'7" to 5'9" 61.4" WIDE => from 5'9" to 5'11"

A word from the product manager

The Endzone 500 is the most lively board in our range. We wanted it to be easy to handle while also being a freestyle board: lively, maneuverable, fun, etc. We love this board but the bottom line is that you like it! Feel free to give us your impression through the customer reviews.

Program/terrain

The Endzone 500 does not carve as well on pistes as the Allroad 500, but it is really lively in snow parks as well as for rail lines, on the flat or for jump lines. On piste, it is very maneuverable in tight turns for lively snowboarding beside the pistes. With its flat camber, rocker and soft torsional stiffness between the feet, it is suitable for very good riders seeking a lively board as well as for genuine beginners interested in freestyle.

Twintip snowboard

The shape of the snowboard (shape) is TwinTip. The sidecuts of the board are completely symmetrical between the front and the back, providing perfect symmetry and centering of the board's characteristics so that you can ride in both directions in the same way. A TwinTip shape also provides complete balance for rotations on the ground and in the air.

Flat camber + rocker

A flat camber offers the best compromise between the edge grip and pop of a standard camber and the inverted camber that offers maneuverability in rotation yet relatively low edge grip. It is perfect for freestylers in snow parks and beginners because: - the flat camber provides stability on modules or on piste - the rocker is forgiving in snow parks and on piste because the 4 corners of the board do not touch the snow when the board is laid flat.

Soft and forgiving flex (2/5)

The flex is the stiffness of the board along its length. The flex of the Endzone 500 is about 2/5, which is soft and forgiving. This type of flex is very even from the front shovel (nose) to the rear shovel (tail), which offers you very reliable and predictable behavior in turns. The flex aimed at freestyle use makes it lively on the flat (ollies, nollies, butter, nose roll, etc.) But it is also suitable for beginner snowboarders.

Soft and forgiving torsion

The torsional stiffness, i.e. the stiffness of the board to twisting between the feet, is about 2/5 on the Endzone 500, which makes the board easy to handle and turn and is forgiving of mistakes. A soft torsional stiffness gives freedom between the feet. This is important for a beginner rider: tolerant of edge mistakes. The soft torsional stiffness is also suitable for freestyle, jib or flat use. Perfect for shredding!

0 mm setback

The setback is when the contact points of the board on the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the center of the board but shifted toward the rear. The bindings are also set back toward the rear by the same distance. 0 mm setback = given that there is no setback, these Twin Tip boards are completely centered for riding in both directions but also to be balanced when rotating in the air and on piste.

Recommended bindings

With the Endzone 500 binding, the board + binding combination delivers consistency and a matching design.

When should you wax your snowboard?

The Decathlon snowboards are supplied already waxed. They require regular maintenance just like all snowboards: ideally requires waxing every 5 outings and at least once a year: - at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide - at the end of the season to protect the base throughout the summer

Glide quality: sintered sole

The bases are made of polyethylene using 2 different technical processes: - extruded base, with a certain density of polyethylene - a sintered base, with a higher density of polyethylene (fewer holes, more PE) A sintered base is the Rolls-Royce of bases. The glide is really fantastic.

What is the wide in snowboarding?

A "Wide" board is a board that is wider than average so that "big" feet do not dig in the snow when turning at a steep angle, causing you to fall. It also increases floatation in powder snow. From size 10½, it is advisable to take a "Wide" board. We measure the "Wide" by the width of the board at the center. At Decathlon, we defined: - up to 10": normal board - 10" to 10.4": Mid Wide - from 10.4": Wide

Origin

Imported

Storage instructions

Dry edges at the end of the day to prevent rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Storing for the summer: keep away from sunlight, you can leave your bindings on the board.

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