You love the terrain park, but that doesn't mean you're afraid to go explore the trees, rip groomers, and send side hits around the rest of the resort, too. So to meet your all-terrain freestyle desires, Arbor created the Women's Cadence Snowboard. This softer-flexing twin sports a twin shape and System Rocker profile that make it fun to ride in or out of the park lanes. System Rocker delivers a loose, catch-free feel for carefree carving, without sacrificing the stability and response you want for hitting high speeds and sending jumps. Plus, it offers better float when Mother Nature decides to grace your mountain with a fresh helping of powder. Grip Tech backs it up by increasing edge hold so your board doesn't feel washy on icy days. The mid-soft flex allows easy turn initiation during mellow groomer laps, and makes it easy to press and butter for jib-loving park aficionados. Arbor topped it off with an ash wood topsheet that not only adds a livelier feel, but also makes the board eco-friendlier, too.
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