Designed for women who don't let park lanes and resort boundaries restrict their riding, the Arbor Women's Swoon System Rocker Snowboard is a responsive yet smooth all-mountain dream machine that goes from park and groomers to pow without missing a beat. Already a beloved board by hard-charging ladies everywhere, the Swoon now comes in this rockered version for the first time. System rocker uses several different design elements to provide true rocker performance while maintaining an incredible amount of edge hold and pop. It features a parabolic arc that is more rockered between the bindings and less rockered at the tip and tail to give it float in powder and a catch-free feeling on hardpack. The Grip Tech sidecut uses two additional contact points along each edge to allow for reliable edge hold on a rocker profile. A mid-stiff flex offers the stability and response you want for shredding big lines and steep slopes, while remaining playful enough for mellow pow runs and the occasional park lap. It's finished off with a beautiful bamboo topsheet that not only makes the board stronger and snappier, but eco-friendlier to boot.
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