Endeavor Shorty - 2009


The Shorty is great for the up and coming groms. It is equipped with a beveled base, which raises the steel edges around the entire perimeter of the board, creating a catch-free ride. Twin shape will allow you to ride centered between the nose and tail. Regular camber with a soft flex allows for an easier pop. The extruded 1320 base is very low maintenance, and very easy to repair, if damaged. It is torsionally soft which creates a forgiving ride, ideal for beginners, jibbers and park riders wanting a softer flex.

Manufacturer's Description:

The Shorty has a full perimeter beveled base, designed to make it more difficult to catch an edge when turning or hitting boxes and rails. The biax glass, mellow torsional flex and zero camber make this board forgiving as possible, yet gives the rider all they need to advance their level of riding.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Low cost $

Camber Construction.

Twin Shape.

Green or Eco Friendly Construction.

Year: 2009

Available Lengths (cm):
100, 110, 120, 130

Riding Style: All Mountain


Extruded 1320 Base
Multi Vibration Dampening
Insert Retention Plates
Stitched Sidewalls
Biax Fiberglass
Thermo Glass Graphics

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