2017 Endeavor Vice Snowboard Review

Board: Endeavor Vice

Size: 150

Camber Option: Flat camber with raised contact points. Just like it sounds. 

Bindings: K2 Lien AT

Stance: 21.5 Wide 18 Negative 15 Goofy 

Boots: K2 Thraxis Size 10 

My Weight: 177lbs

Resort: Arapahoe Basin

Conditions: Sunny bluebird spring conditions with snow that was heavy and fast. 

Flex: Stiffer than a jib noodle but softer than an all around park deck. The board had a lot of play in the tips, stiffer under foot and through the middle, and a lot of torsional flex. 

Stability: The idea of stability on this deck can be tossed out the window. This board feels everything and will buck you if you charge mach 10 through a chunder field. 

Ollies: When it came to popping off rollers, side hits, and flats this board actually had a lot of snap. You could really load it up and boost.

Pop On Jumps: Small to medium-ish sized jumps are this decks friend. Anything more and you’re going to be asking for problem. It has ample amount of pop to get you to the landing but it’s not the best deck for jumping.

Read full review over at AngrySnowboarder