The Arbor Coda Camber Wide Snowboard offers the locked-in stability desired by aggressive riders charging everything on the mountain, from alpine steeps to fun hits in the trees. This board thrives on exposed faces and big natural features thanks to an extremely stable ride created by the directional twin shape and medium-stiff flex. Thunderhead tips add extra surface area to help you confidently ride deep snow. Ultimately, the cambered Coda is more responsive and stable than the Coda Rocker, with this particular version offering a wider waist for bigger riders with larger feet. The key to the Coda Camber's added control lies with The System Camber. This tip-to-tail camber profile holds aggressively through turns and loads up plenty of pop for boosting off of natural hits. Unlike standard camber, The System Camber features uplifted contact points that reduce the grabby feel. This creates a board that's still supremely responsive, but one that offers forgiveness and limits edge catches on landings and at high speeds. To ensure that you can continue riding the same board year after year the Coda Camber features a Double Barrel core with bamboo struts. This core consists of poplar and bamboo for increased power transmission and robust strength. Around this core mixed fiberglass creates a consistent and poppy flex while a durable sintered base helps prevent big gouges that slow you down on groomers and hard pack.
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