During the next storm cycle turn to the Arbor A-Frame Wide Snowboard to dominate untracked powder and choppy hard pack with equal prowess, thanks to its System Camber profile, directional shape, and long, pointy nose. The System Camber profile delivers the powerful response and edge hold demanded by riders who tear apart steeps, tight tree runs, and untracked bowls on a regular basis, while still offering edge catch forgiveness at high speeds. The directional shape further allows the board to thrive when carving and riding all kinds of in bounds terrain. When that in-bounds terrain gets covered in deep snow, then the long pointy nose will help keep you afloat and will also cut through chunder days after the storm. Inside this hard-charging board you'll find Arbor's highest-end core, which features a lightweight combination of paulownia and poplar woods for unmatched strength, snap, and durability. Carbon A-Frames reinforce the center of the board, preventing high-speed chatter and adding pop for sending rollers and natural features, such as cliffs and pillow lines. Triax glass offers a stiff, responsive feel for power and precision in hairy terrain. Additionally, the board's absorbent sintered base keeps you gliding over variable snow conditions and long, flat run-outs at the bottom of the mountain.
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Arbor A-Frame Snowboard - Wide
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