Beginners seeking an easy piste snowboard for starting then progressing. A snowboard very tolerant of edge mistakes (supple torsion between the feet). Good on-piste grip and stability, thanks to its standard camber and wooden core.
Ease of handlingSupple torsion: very easy tight turns. Limited grip on red pistes.
BuoyancyStandard camber, inserts set back 10 mm: normal buoyancy.
TractionStandard camber + supple torsion = good grip and easy sliding.
Anatomic design142 cm: 1.57 to 1.65 m 146 cm: 1.61 to 1.70 m
RigiditySupple flex and wooden core: gentle and progressive edge switching.
ForgivenessRounded shape and supple torsion to minimise edge mistakes and falls.
Glide performanceExtruded PE base, normal glide performance.
A word from the product manager
An easy and accessible snowboard that really helps you progress. To offer a snowboard that is great value for money, we have changed how we deliver our snowboards. That's why this snowboard comes without bindings. And to avoid compromising on either riding pleasure or board longevity, we've kept its wooden core.
The Serenity 300 Evo is perfect on-piste in all snow conditions. Its features, designed to help you learn to snowboard (supple flex and torsion, standard but not very pronounced camber, gentle directional shape), give it good buoyancy on powder and even let you try your hand at basic freestyle. Its wooden core means you can push it on hard snow, within reason, and ensures the board lasts longer.
The shape of the board is directional, i.e. the board has a nose and tail. It is not symmetric, the tail of the board is slightly narrower than the nose, and the bindings as well as the board's contact points on the snow are slightly set back. A directional shape offers better grip when cornering, better trajectory management and better recovery when exiting a turn.
A standard camber is a camber that curves upwards between the 2 points of contact between the board and the snow. Thanks to the board's elasticity, the standard camber acts like a spring to give you grip on all types of snow, pop when switching edges and acceleration on exiting turns.
Supple, forgiving flex
The flex is the stiffness of the board between the front and rear. The flex of the Serenity 300 Evo 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. The drawback is that at high speed or on very icy snow, the board won't hold a nice, well-cut turn. It will slide and automatically slow you down.
Supple, forgiving torsion
The torsion, i.e. the torsional stiffness of the board between the feet, is about 2/5. This makes the board easier to handle and pivot and forgiving of edging mistakes. Supple torsion offers some freedom of movement between the feet. (the front foot can be angled heel/toe, and the rear toe/heel). Edging mistakes are forgiven, which is important for beginners. The supple torsion is also suited to freestyle/jib use.
10 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. 10 mm setback: standard setback for directional boards. It provides better grip in turns and flexibility in powder snow because the weight is on the tail of the board which naturally raises the nose.
Front width 277 mm. Centre 241 mm. Rear 277 mm (size 146 cm). Radius 8.0 m. Effective edge: 1 050 mm. No. of inserts: 8 + 8 (3 possible positions per binding/40 mm between each). Recommended stance: 500 mm.
Extruded base and high-quality glide
Extruded base (manufacturing process that is different from sintered bases): - provides a normal glide and good durability over time, - requires regular maintenance: 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 to nourish the base in depth, leaving it on to penetrate throughout the summer. Ideally with the bindings pointing downwards.
What's the right size Serenity 300 Evo for me?
In general, for all-terrain use, go for -15 to -20 cm. (e.g. a girl with a height of 1.66 m can take a board that is between 151 and 146 cm in length). _ Choosing smaller makes things easier. This is also advised for people who are light for their height. _ Choosing bigger offers greater stability at high speed.142 CM (30 - 60 kg) => from 1m57 to 1m65 146 CM (40 - 70 kg) => from 1m61 to 1m70