Arbor Crosscut Camber Snowboard

Arbor Crosscut Camber Snowboard
Arbor Crosscut Camber Snowboard
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Crosscut Camber Snowboard by Arbor
The Crosscut Camber is new to the Arbor line for the 2020 season, and is a cheaper alternative based off the A-Frame design. This directional snowboard is designed for freeride-focused riders and delivers a setback stance with mild taper to keep you afloat while navigating your way though steep powder runs. Featuring Arbor's System Camber profile, this version offers increased power and control for advanced riders and gives powerful edge hold to increase confidence. A lightweight construction includes eco-friendly resins and topsheets to lessen the environmental impact that snowboard manufacturing creates so you can feel better about your board while you carve your way though the mountain.

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SKU: ARBY13X
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