They said it couldn't be done, but the mad scientists at Arbor proved them all wrong when they created a snowboard that was easy to ride, dynamic, versatile, and affordable. The Arbor Formula Camber Snowboard is an all-mountain solution designed for riders who crave pop and durability at a price that won't destroy their season pass budgets. This is the first year that Arbor has offered the Formula in a camber version, appealing to riders who like a little more pop and response in their daily driver. System Camber is like regular camber, but with upturned edges at the contact points that give it the catch-free feel of rocker without sacrificing the liveliness or pop of camber. The all-poplar core offers a snappy, lightweight feel that packs plenty of strength, and it comes from sustainably harvested trees to boot. A softer flex makes it easier to control for novice riders and allows seasoned park vets to lock into presses on jibs, but it's still plenty stable for going fast on groomers and carving with precision. If you want fully-engaged performance and long-lasting durability that won't break the bank, you've found it in the Formula Camber.
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