Endeavor Live - 2010


A go-to, freestyle everything snowboard, and the best selling board in the Endeavor range. Pimped up for 2009/10 with neon sidewalls and available with rocker construction in the 156.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Live snowboard returns for its seventh year in the line as the legendary twin all-round freestyle board. This board is a best friend to many riders. Whether it is backcountry, tight chutes, mountain or street – you can take the Live Board anywhere and you can be sure it will exceed all expectations.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for halfpipe riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

High cost $

Camber Construction.

Directional Twin Shape.

Year: 2010

Available Lengths (cm):
148, 153, 156, 159, 163, 156RC

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Extruded base
ABS Neon sidewalls
Aspen wood core
ICP topsheet
Triaxial glass

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Remi G on January 08, 2010 at 02:52 AM

I have this board in a 56 R.C. I love this board, for what it is. It’s not a carving board thats a given, but it initiates the turns really easy and keeps them pretty tight untill you really push in it, then it looses grip, but that’s not why you get the R.C. it’s a master in the park and to play around the mountain, butter’s any jump or obstacle you can find. you can do major presses on anything. You have to make sure your centered when you land cuz you flare of on a wild press that’s on the verge of being dangerous but after a couple of flip and smashes you get the hang of it. Possibly the best park board I’ve ever riden.

Thomas on February 04, 2010 at 09:19 AM

Hey im an intermediate rider and looking for a new board. I like park however also like to freeride. Just wanted to know whether i should get the live or get the BOD will the live perform outperform the BOD in both genres or will the BOD out perform the live. Thanks

Remi G on February 04, 2010 at 03:39 PM

I’ve been riding it for a while now and I love it ... the RC make it supper forgiving but also supper soft, so any landing not super centered is hard to recover. I would think that the BOD is going to be stiffer and more agressive than the live but less forgiveness. depends what you like in your ride. Remz

Rich Ewbank on February 04, 2010 at 09:20 PM

Two extremely different boards, the BOD is your big backcountry freestyle / freeride deck made for aggresive riders who ride the show-time booters on the black line of the park. I’d stick with the Live being at an intermediate level.