The Arbor Bryan Iguchi Pro Camber Snowboard is a big mountain masterpiece of snowboard design. Developed as a daily driver for the legend himself, this directional board is at home in the steeps, deeps, and drops characteristic of the Teton range. It's a phenomenal dedicated powder board for those of us not as blessed to live in such a consistently snowy locale, and provides a ton of power for charging through big terrain regardless of snow depth. It hammers down fall lines and stomps landings, and yet remains forgiving and nimble in tight terrain or playful features. Big mountain riders looking for a do it all ride: take a cue from the Guch.
Pop open a good one, because the Arbor Cask Snowboard slays powder so well it's reason to celebrate. A powder-specific design focuses on snow-to-board contact where it matters most and reduces contact in strategic areas for smooth edge-to-edge transitions. A long, floaty nose shifts to camber under foot, then into a smaller tail area for that surfy yet powerful ride sensible powder warriors clamor for. Mmm, yes, indubitably, the Arbor Cask Snowboard is to powder riding what an 18-year single malt Speyside is to a scotch fan. A toast, to the mountains!
There's something about a black snowboard that just makes it look faster, meaner, and ready to send it. The Arbor Element Black Rocker Snowboard is the gentleman's choice for a refined all-terrain daily driver. Ride this down the groomers, get in laps at the park, and milk that season pass for all its worth. The Arbor Element Black Rocker Snowboard is a superb all-mountain quiver killer that is happy to do a little bit of everything for the tasteful renaissance rider that chooses it.
They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. And for snowboarding, that first step is a heck of a lot easier on the Arbor Ethos Snowboard. This snowboard is the perfect platform on which to perfect the craft of sliding sideways on frozen water. It has a fully rockered profile, which means the edges curve away from the snow instead of towards it, so turn initiation is easy and catch free. The flex of the board is smooth and soft for easy rideability, and the build itself is done as sustainably as possible, which doesn't do anything to make the board easier to ride, but does make it easier for all of us to keep riding further into the future. That's a big win for everyone!
They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. And for snowboarding, that first step is a heck of a lot easier on the Arbor Foundation Snowboard. This aptly named snowboard is the perfect platform on which to perfect the craft of sliding sideways on frozen water. It has a fully rockered profile, which means the edges curve away from the snow instead of towards it, so turn initiation is easy and catch free. The flex of the board is smooth and soft for easy rideability, and the build itself is done as sustainably as possible, which doesn't do anything to make the board easier to ride, but does make it easier for all of us to keep riding further into the future, so that's a big win for everyone!
The Arbor Poparazzi Rocker Snowboard is all about fun. It's the most well-rounded women's-specific shape in the Arbor lineup, with a design that aims at riding it all. It has a smooth, soft flex and twin shape for freestyle performance, a solid construction for durability, and reliable edge hold for consistent riding on the groomers and steeps. Arbor's System Rocker profile makes this board super easy to turn and flowy to ride, especially in deeper snow, so this is a great choice for intermediate riders looking for a progression friendly board they won't grow out of.
Looks can be deceiving, but, for the Arbor Wasteland Rocker Snowboard, they are just being honest. Its Highland core is Arbor's top shelf construction, blending poplar and paulownia for a super light and durable ride. Two carbon fiber uprights run in parallel along the board for extra pop and power, for the rider who loves to push things a little farther and look good doing it. Go fast, get technical, and grab one of the classiest decks around. Now, you just have to decide if you want to ride the Arbor Wasteland Rocker Snowboard or put it and its exquisite American Black Walnut & Black Hand Dyed Ash topsheet on display next to your single malts. Pairs with fresh snow and a splash of send, neat.
Enjoy a highly responsive ride on this big-mountain twin. A quiver cornerstone, the Arbor Coda Rocker snowboard has a shape, flex and build that supports speed, big landings and deeper snow. System Rocker platform provides an incredibly forgiving, easy-to-control, catch-free experience Double Barrel ll core is a progressive 1:2 poplar-to-paulownia blend with bamboo stringers running along the rails for added torsional response and improved board control Hand-dyed ash Powerply is sustainably harvested, with the majority coming from borer-kill trees R.A.P. (Rise Against Plastics) Topless technology eliminates the need for the Bio-Plastic topsheet, creating a lighter, more eco-conscious ride Go-anywhere triax-over-biax mixed glassing layup performs in powder, the backcountry, on groomers, jumps and more 2 x 4 14-pack inserts increase stance range 360°, fully wrapped recycled ABS sidewalls eliminate the need for tip fill; they effectively tie the whole snowboard together with tight tolerances for improved durability Sintered base features a high molecular weight for durability and speed Highly durable recycled steel edges embody the Arbor commitment to quality and sustainability For a catch-free ride, Arbor detunes the tip and tail contact points and adds Wend® natural wax to the base of every snowboard before it leaves the factory Sourced from co-products or waste products, Bio-Resin replaces petroleum-based resin; green chemistry techniques reduce the carbon footprint by up to 40% Arbor stands behind the quality and construction of every snowboard with an extended 3-year warranty Snowboard deck and base colors may vary from online photo
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