We sell our products all over the world. Endeavor sells to only the best Authorized specailty shops. The best place to start is looking on our dealers page. Go to dealers page.
Yes, our boards come pre waxed, but it is a good idea to detune the edges and give it a freash after a few days just to keep that board ready to ride.
No. If you have a warranty claim then you will need proof of purchase from an Endeavor dealer. If you have a warranty clain please go here. Warranty.
Sponsorship is usually a gradual process and is normally done on a referal basis. Here are some simple steps that usually happen before we take on a new team rider:
1) Obtain a shop sponsorship by your local snowboard shop.
2) Meet the Endeavor rep and go riding with them. If you impress them, they will put you on a flow program to see how you progress.
3) Once on rep flow, you will come on our radar, as our reps let us know who they have on the program. Win contests, get video footage in movies, get photos published in magazines.
4) The next level up from rep flow is factory. This is when you work directly with us and we help push your riding to the next level by giving you opportunities to shoot with staff photographer Scott Serfas.
5) You make the pro team when you have accomplished some major goals – contest wins, magazine coverage and interviews, video parts.
However, we always love checking out your videos. Load them on to YouTube or Vimeo and email us the links to check out. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Endeavor prides itself on the artwork we use on our boards and are always looking for a new artist to add to our crew. Please email your concepts to email@example.com
A Brief History
The idea of starting a snowboard company was something our crew always spoke about. When World Industries canceled their adult range of snowboards, Max Jenke was left without a board sponsor. Testing almost every brands boards for a season, Max came to the conclusion that there was an opportunity in snowboarding to do something new and innovative. None of the products really represented anything – there was no meaning behind the brands, nothing that they stood for to really get behind.
An opportunity presented itself in the summer of 2001 to make some sample boards in Oregon. Max jumped on it immediately and reqruited the help of his friends Scott Serfas, Randy Ross, Chris Martin, and Rob Dow. They went down to the factory and made the first prototypes. Shortly after, Max hopped on a plane and flew to Europe in order to convince Paavo Tikkanen to join the crew and make something out of nothing.
A year later, the first range of boards were produced and shipped.
2012 marks the 10th year of Endeavor Snowboards. It’s been a journey to say the least, moving from factory to factory, traveling the world, and meeting new people. There’s been ups and downs, disasters and successes. We’re here today and loving every minute of it and our passion for snowboarding has never been stronger.