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Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
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  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
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  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard

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Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard

$250.00
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
  • Endzone 500 Freestyle and All-Mountain Snowboard - Men
  • Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
Park and Ride 500 All-Mountain and Freestyle Snowboard
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This board was designed for intermediate and advanced riders seeking a versatile board: park, side hits, carving and powder snow.

BENEFITS

Versatility

33% piste, 33% off-piste, 34% park

Easy to handle

Medium torsion:edge grip and manoeuvrability. Playful, thanks to its small size.

Buoyancy

Very good buoyancy (rocker, Powder Stance = 60 mm setback)

Traction

Very good edge grip on all snow (standard camber and medium torsion).

Anatomic design

152 cm: 1.67 m–1.77 m
153 cm W: 1.68 m–1.78 m
156 cm: 1.71 m–1.81 m
158 cm W

Rigidity

Flex 6/10. Very good pop for jumps at high speed

Forgiveness

Medium torsion makes the board easy and playful.

Glide performance

HDPE sintered base for an excellent glide.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Technical information

Size 156 cm:
Front width 296 mm, centre 255 mm, rear 296 mm
Radius 8.4 m
Recommended stance: 575 mm.
Size 158 cm Wide:
Front width 304 mm, centre 266 mm, rear 304 mm
Radius 8.4 m
Recommended stance: 585 mm

Our boards are already waxed. They are ready to ride.

What size Endzone Park and Ride should I choose?

For Freestyle use, you can go for a relatively short board:choose a 20 or 25-cm drop (i. e. a person who is 1.74 m tall should choose a board between 154 and 149 cm in length).A smaller board makes rotations and tricks easier.A bigger board will be more stable at high speed and when landing jumps.The Park and Ride should be quite short.The 158 Wide size is perfect for well-built users.
152 cm > 1.67 to 1.77 m
153 cm Mid Wide > 1.68 m to 1.78 m
156 cm:1.71-1.81 m
158 cm Wide > 1.78 to 1.90 m (min

A word from the Product Manager

If you had to choose just one...

Program/terrain

The Park and Ride is true to its name, it's as good in parks as on- and off-piste. In snow parks, it is particularly suitable for jumps (tables) and inspires confidence on landing.
Its standard camber gives it pop for jumps and stability at full speed.
The rocker makes for good handling, as well as buoyancy in powdery snow.
Its Powder Stance makes it enjoyable in the powder snow, like a freeride board.

Twin tip directional snowboard

The shape of the snowboard is Twin Tip. The board's sidecuts are symmetrical between front and rear, providing perfect symmetry and centring of the board's features for riding in both directions in the same way. For even greater versatility, we have shifted the inserts by 20 mm, making the Park and Ride a "false" twin tip, just directional enough to ride in the park without issues.

Standard camber + rocker

All the advantages of both the standard camber (thanks to the board's elasticity, a standard camber serves as a spring to provide grip on all types of snow, edge-to-edge dynamism and recoil when coming out of turns) and the rocker (under constraint, the board's points of contact with the snow come closer together, making the board more manageable). The rocker elongates and raises the nose so that it can glide better over powder.

Medium and versatile flex (6/10)

Flex is the stiffness of the board between the front and rear.
The flex of the Park and Ride is about 6/10, which is average and versatile. It is reliable in carved turns while also being forgiving of edge mistakes.

Medium and versatile torsion (6/10)

The torsion is about 6/10 on the Park and Ride, which is fairly stiff for good hold in the curves, recovery coming out of a turn and responsive edge transition. It is also flexible enough for some freestyle riding. It's the medium torsional stiffness that gives the Park and Ride good all-round handling without making it a jib board.

20 mm setback

The setback is when the board's compression points on the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the centre of the board, but set back toward the rear. The bindings are also set back toward the rear by the same distance.
20 mm setback = slight setback, these are versatile, near-centred Twin Tip boards, not only for riding in both directions, but also for better balance during rotations in the air and on slopes.

Recommended bindings

With the Endzone 500 bindings, the board and binding combination will be homogeneous in terms of level with coherent design.

When should you wax your snowboard?

Wedze boards are already waxed.
Like all snowboards and skis, they then require regular maintenance: ideally waxing once every 5 outings and at least once a year:
- either at the beginning of the season to start with an optimal glide
- or at the end of the season so that the wax protects the base all summer long

Glide quality: sintered base

The bases are made from polyethylene using two different technical processes:

- extruded base, with a certain density of polyethylene
- a sintered base, with a higher density of polyethylene (fewer holes, more PE)

A sintered base is the Rolls-Royce of bases. It offers fantastic glide.

What is the Wide version snowboard?

A Wide board is a board that is wider than usual to prevent larger feet from touching the snow when executing a hard turn and stop you from falling, or to improve buoyancy on powder. We measure the Wide board with the width of the board at the centre.
Decathlon’s guidance is as follows:
- up to 245 mm: narrow board/shoe size 3.5 to 6.5
- from 246 mm to 255 mm: narrow board/shoe size 5.5 to 8.5
- from 256 mm to 265 mm: Mid-Wide/shoe size 7.5 to 10.5
- from 266 mm: Wide/shoe size 9.5 to 13.5

Can I get my snowboard bindings set up in store?

Yes!
A video on the product page shows you how to set up snowboard bindings. You can also ask your store to set up your bindings to suit your own preferences.

Make sure you have your snowboard boots with you so you can check two things:
1. the front and back of your bindings: the boot toe and heel must overhang by an equal amount on either side,
2. your binding straps, so they fit your boots properly.

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