Coming alive sending cliffs and hauling at high speeds, the Arbor Coda System Camber Snowboard offers the stability and response desired by aggressive all-terrain riders. The secret to its all-terrain supremacy lies within a mid-stiff personality and directional twin shape, complete with Thunderhead tips for extra float in untracked snow. The cambered version is more responsive and stable than the Coda Rocker, catering to riders seeking the steepest lines and biggest hits on the mountain. System Camber features parabolic camber that's less aggressive towards the tip and tail contacts for a less-catchy feel that still maintains the pre-loaded pop of a traditional cambered deck. Up-Rise fenders further the forgiveness with beveled, 3D-lifted contact points for a cleaner, catch-free ride when you're spinning off side hits and rallying down groomers. Grip Tech creates extra edge hold for reliable grip when carving at high speeds. Bamboo rods in the core and an ash wood topsheet add pop and response for powerful ollies and lively turns.
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