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Can the Endeavor Board Of Directors really be the jack of all trades, or is the master of none? Our test team pushed the board to the limit on the Kaunertal glacier.
Flex Rating
6
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Intermediate and recreational riders that want a decent all-rounder to hone their skills to the dark side.
Price
£450
Season
2017/18
Float
8
Playfulness
8
Value
7
Edge hold
7
Stability
8
Turn initiation
8
Overall Score
8

The Board Of Directors (BOD) has been around for a few years now and is one of Endeavor's flagship boards,

It is easy to see why as it is an accomplished all-rounder, which may not excel in any given area, but works well as an all-mountain board.

It has a medium stiffness that is stiff enough for decent pop and stability, but also has a slight loose playful feel to it. This comes from Endeavor's unique 'All Terrain Freestyle 3D camber', where the contact points are slightly bent up. This gives you a catch-free and forgiving ride. Excellent for presses and jibbing about the slopes. Pop is also enhanced by inserted carbon beams

The BOD lacks a bit of power, especially in the carves. And, you wouldn't want to rely on this to be an all-weather mountain slayer stick. But, for charging the groomers the BOD has enough dampness to eliminate most chatter.

This is a decent stick to take into the park and could be good for anyone wishing to hone their art on boxes or rails. The BOD is also good for kickers with it's combo of pop and dampness on landing.

We also had good fun in the powder and felt it had good buoyancy, with the contact points bent up for decent float.

With the BOD, Endeavor have an awesome all-mountain board. It would probably suit an intermediate rider who is looking to improve their boarding and style in all disciplines. It may not have enough 'oomph' for advanced riders, but still decent enough if you want a one-board-does-all to take up the hill.