The Cadence Rocker Snowboard from Arbor provides the easy-popping feel and catch-free float needed for all-terrain freestyle riding. This board caters to intermediate and advanced riders who want to push their freestyle skills both in and outside the park. Its true twin shape makes it easy to ride and land switch with nearly zero effort. Crafted with The System Rocker, the Cadence promotes a loose, catch-free feel for jibbing and turning on all terrain, and also provides unreal float in powder. The Highland II core adds plenty of pop for boosting off jumps and side-hits. Its beautiful Powerply oak topsheet helps smooth out the ride while adding snap. It also has a biax fiberglass for a soft torsional flex that's great for laying into presses and butters, as well as a sintered base that maintains speed with minimal fuss.
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Arbor Cadence Rocker Snowboard - Women's
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