The Arbor Westmark Rocker Wide Snowboard offers proven performance that excels in the park, but also holds its own anywhere on the mountain. Its medium-soft flex, twin shape, and System Rocker helps it crush everything from jibs and jumps to high-speed groomer runs and fresh powder. This wide version offers a stable, toe drag-free freestyle platform for riders with Sasquatch-sized boots. System Rocker uses several different design elements to provide true rocker performance while maintaining an incredible amount of edge hold, stability, 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 while making turn initiation fluid and easy. Grip Tech uses two additional contact points along each edge to allow for reliable edge hold on a rocker profile. A lively, sustainably harvested poplar core and ash wood topsheet enhance pop and strength while making the board eco-friendlier. If you live for sliding rails, spinning off side hits, and slashing powder, then this is the board for you.
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