Arbor Formula Rocker Snowboard - Wide

Arbor Formula Rocker Snowboard - Wide
Arbor Formula Rocker Snowboard - Wide
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Formula Rocker Snowboard - Wide by Arbor
Ideal for everything from linking turns on beginner slopes to learning tricks in the park, the Arbor Formula Wide Snowboard is a refreshingly simple board that's supremely smooth and catch-free. It's designed for the beginner-to-intermediate rider looking to rapidly progress without the unforgiving feel of a more aggressive board. The medium-soft flex and directional twin shape excel across the entire mountain, from carving down cruisers to dropping into the progression park. The key to its catch-free personality lies within The System Rocker. This parabolic rocker is most pronounced at center, becoming less pronounced at the tip and tail. This allows you to exert pressure where it's essential for turning, but without the board unexpectedly catching an edge and tossing you down the mountain. However, as most riders know, rocker profiles are prone to washing out. Arbor alleviates this with their Grip Tech sidecut, which places two additional bumps along your bindings for greater edge hold, even across hardpack snow.

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SKU: ARB00DT
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