Designed as the bolder and more affordable brother to the classic Element board, the Arbor Element Black Camber Snowboard Wide features the same all mountain performance and mountain twin shape with a flashier black top sheet and a more simplified construction to get you on the hill day after day and not break the bank. To be bestowed with the timeless Element name you know this board has to rip all over the mountain, that is made possible by a medium flex, full poplar core, and The System Camber profile. System Camber employs an arc that gets mellower towards the tips to give it a more forgiving feel that traditional camber, without sacrificing any of the pop and response, and it has upturned contact points the eliminate the grabby feel. The medium flex allows you to ride the way you want whether you need the support and stability for going fast on groomers or you prefer to press and manipulate your board through side hits and tight trees. Additionally the wide sizes are perfect for riders with bigger feet to avoid hangups when ripping super fast toe side turns.
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