Unisex End Zone 500 Jib grey freestyle snowboard pack

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Key feature
Flat camber offering an excellent compromise between traction/ease of handling. Supple torsion between the feet, for a tolerant and playful snowboard. From freestyle beginners to "pure" park riders.
Users reviews
4.56 / 5 9 ratings

User benefits

30% piste, 10% off-piste, 60% park.
Ease of handling
Supple torsion: free foot movement, very playful.
Normal buoyancy on powder (flat camber, rocker).
Good traction and easy sliding (flat camber and supple torsion).
Anatomic design
146 cm: 1.60 to 1.71 m 151 cm: 1.69 to 1.76 m 156W cm: 1.74 to 1.81 m
Quite supple front and rear. Ideal for low-speed jumps.
Supple torsion, which makes the board easier and playful.
Glide performance
Extruded PE + graphite base offering a very high-quality glide.

Technical information

146 cm / 151 cm / 156W cm
sizing ok?
146/151: 36 > 42. 156:42>48
Flat + rocker
Twin Tip
Snowboard & bindings pack
Chassis : 80.0% Polyamide (PA), Chassis : 20.0% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Board : 34.0% Wood - Hard, Board : 33.0% Epoxy, Board : 33.0% Glass - Fibre (FG)
Designed to :
beginners to expert snowboarders looking for a versatile snowboard for the park, groomed slopes and off-piste.
2 years


Storage instructions
Wipe the edges at the end of the day so they don't rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Storing for the summer: keep away from sunlight, you can leave your bindings on the board.

Features of the product

A word from the product manager
The Endzone 500 Jib is our most playful board in the range. We wanted it to be easy to handle but also a freestyle board: playful, manageable, fun... We love this board, but the main thing is that you like it! We'd love to hear what you think, so feel free to leave a review.
The Endzone 500 carves a little less on slopes than the Serenity 500, but it's very playful in parks, both for rail lines and jump lines. On-piste, it's easy to use in tight turns and offers a pretext for playing at the edges of slopes. With its flat camber and rocker and its supple torsion between the feet, it's ideal for experienced freestylers looking for a playful board as well as complete beginners interested in freestyle.
Twin Tip snowboard
It is a Twin Tip shaped snowboard. The board's front and back board sidecuts are completely symmetrical, offering perfect centring and symmetry for riding in both directions in the same way. The Twin Tip shape also offers total balance when turning (on the ground, in the air).
Flat camber + rocker
A flat camber is the best compromise between the standard camber, great for traction and dynamism, and a reverse camber, good for manageable rotations but offering little traction. It is perfect for park and novice freestylers because: - the flat camber improves stability, on modules and on-piste, - the rocker improves tolerance in parks and on-piste, because the 4 "corners" of the board don't touch the snow when the board is flat.
Supple, forgiving flex
The flex is the stiffness of the board between the front and rear. The flex of the Endzone 400 Jib is about 2/5, which is supple and forgiving. This type of flex is very homogeneous from the front tip (nose) to the rear tip (tail), offering very predictable cornering with no surprises. This flex, designed for freestyle use, allows you to play on the flat (ollies, nollies, butter, nose roll, etc.). But it is also suitable for beginner snowboarders.
Supple, forgiving torsion
The torsion, i.e. the torsional stiffness of the board between the feet, is about 2/5 on the Endzone 400 Jib, making it easy to handle, easy to pivot and forgiving of edging mistakes. A supple torsion offers freedom of movement between the feet. This is important for a beginner,: since edging mistakes are forgiven. The supple torsion is also suited to freestyle/jib/flat use.
0 mm setback
The setback is when the board's compression points with the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the centre of the board, but set back towards the rear. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance. 0 mm setback = no setback, these are fully centred Twin Tip boards, not only for riding in both directions, but also for better balance during rotations in the air and on slopes.
Technical information
Size 151 cm: Front width 292 mm. Centre 250 mm. Rear 292 mm. Radius 7.9 m. Effective edge 1,165 mm. No. of inserts: 10 + 10 (3 possible positions per binding / 20 mm between each). Recommended stance: 555 mm.
Sold with the Illusion 400 binding
Traditional snowboard binding : - very good support thanks to its 3D ankle strap, which fits the boot perfectly - great comfort thanks to the toe strap positioned on the front of the boot - equipped with the easy opening Turn Strap system so the strap doesn't get caught when introducing the boot. 146 cm and 151 cm: size M binding for boot sizes 36 to 42. 156 cm W: size L binding for boot sizes 42 to 48.
When should I wax my snowboard?
Wed'ze boards leave the factory waxed. They then require regular maintenance, like all snowboards and skis: ideally, wax after every 5 outings and at least once a year: - either at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide - or at the end of the season, leaving the wax on to protect the base throughout the summer
What's the right size Endzone 400 Jib for me?
For freestyle, you can use quite a short board: - 20 to -25 cm (for example, someone measuring 1 m 74 can use a board between 154 and 149 cm). Choosing a shorter board will make it easier to turn and do tricks. Choosing a longer one will increase stability at high speeds and on landing after jumps. 146 cm => 1 m 60 to 1 m 71 151 cm => 1 m 69 to 1 m 76 156 cm WIDE => from 1 m 74 to 1 m 81
What is the snowboard width?
A "Wide" board is a board that is wider than normal, to prevent "large" feet from touching the snow when turning a little too sharply and making you fall. From size 10 upwards, it is best to choose a "Wide" board. The width of the board is measured at its centre. At Decathlon, we have defined them as follows: - up to 250mm : normal board - 251 to 259 mm: medium wide - above 260 mm: Wide

Users reviews

4.56 / 5 9 ratings
9 users recommended this product
Distribution of the scores

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  • Man
    Under 20 years old
    22 January 2018
    Use since 1 week or less
    That review has been deposited on this product version

    Letos jsem poprvé stál na snowboardu, půjčil sem si ho v Bedřichově v krámku poblíž chaty Bajama, doporučuji pro začátečníky, jezdilo se mi perfektně.

  • Man
    20-29 years old
    23 February 2018
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
    That review has been deposited on this product version
    Perfecta para iniciarse y progresar

    Es la tabla con la que he me he iniciado e el snow y he aprendido a hacer mis primeros trucos.
    En mi opinión, es ideal para snowboarders de nivel básico e intermedio que busquen una buenísima relación calidad/precio.
    Mi experiencia con esta tabla y estas fijaciones ha sido muy buena y, seguramente, la utilizaré durante mucho tiempo.

  • Man
    20-29 years old
    21 February 2018
    Use since 1 week or less
    That review has been deposited on this product version