The Arbor Coda System Camber Wide Snowboard offers the locked-in stability desired by aggressive riders charging everything on the mountain, from alpine steeps to intimidating park jumps. It's a board that loves riding on big alpine faces and sending cliff drops, thanks to a directional twin shape and medium-stiff flex ensuring stability at higher speeds. Thunderhead tips provide extra surface area when you're riding in fresh snow, allowing the board to float a bit better than its camber profile would suggest. 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 aggression lies with The System Camber. This tip-to-tail camber profile holds aggressively through turns and loads up plentiful pop for boosting from natural hits. Unlike traditional camber, The System Camber features uplifted contact points that reduce the grabby feel. This creates a board that's supremely responsive, but one that won't throw you off balance for any mistakes on edge. Creating exceptional edge hold, Grip Tech places two additional contact points or bumps for grip in the iciest of conditions. This sidecut enhances carving by moving turn initiation closer to your feet, allowing for a nimble feel in tight trees and narrow chutes. Seeing that it's an aggressive board, the Coda Camber features a Double Barrel core with bamboo struts for increased power transmission and robust strength.
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