Much like yourself, the Arbor Coda Rocker Snowboard knows no boundaries. From carving up groomers to surfing secret pow stashes, and even the occasional park lap, the Coda kills it all thanks to its versatile design. This wide version is suited to bigger riders seeking a toe drag-free platform for their all-mountain destruction. System Rocker improves on older rocker designs by using an arc that gets mellower towards the tips. This allows for continuous edge contact when riding at high speeds and making turns, effectively eliminating the washy feel associated with other rocker designs. Continuous rocker also maximizes powder performance, helping you stay afloat when the snow piles up overnight. Creating extra edge hold when conditions are less than ideal, Grip Tech creates extra contact points so you can carve confidently on icy slopes. And with Arbor's most progressive core construction, this board is designed to slay big-mountain riding with rigid poplar reinforced with beautiful bamboo rails and topsheet to give the board a natural look while adding sustainable snap and response.
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