Made to see what's possible in a natural feature-heavy environment, the Arbor Annex Snowboard is built with a medium-stiff flex and Arbor's System Camber, offering stability at high speeds and a powerful ride to inspire confidence on steep terrain. The directional shape includes a longer, wider nose tapering down to a fish-like tail, which creates exceptional float on deep powder days and grips hardpack snow with force. Arbor stuffed the Annex with their premium-grade, sustainably-sourced materials for the highest performance, of which the topsheet is made with Bio-Resin, a replacement for traditional petroleum based resin that doesn't affect performance or usability.
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