Arbor Cosa Nostra Snowboard

Arbor Cosa Nostra Snowboard
Arbor Cosa Nostra Snowboard
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Cosa Nostra Snowboard by Arbor
Ambush pow stashes, intimidate cliff drops, and assassinate steep lines on the Arbor Cosa Nostra Snowboard. Its directional shape and setback stance, responsive feel, and true rocker performance help you impose your will on technical steeps and pow-filled glades with equal authority. Arbor figured out a way to create a setback, directional board that incorporates all the benefits of System rocker. An elongated nose keeps you effortlessly afloat in bottomless snow, and the stubby tail helps you drive through turns. Continuous rocker gives it a floaty, catch-free feel and makes turn initiation easy. The Grip Tech sidecut features two additional contact points along each edge to allow for reliable edge hold on a rocker profile. This means you'll glide effortlessly through bottomless powder while retaining edge hold and drive when you find yourself on groomed slopes or variable snow.

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SKU: ARB00CM
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