Arbor Crosscut Rocker Snowboard

Arbor Crosscut Rocker Snowboard
Arbor Crosscut Rocker Snowboard
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Crosscut Rocker Snowboard by Arbor
New for the 2020 season, the CrossCut Rocker is a directional snowboard for freeride-focused riders and uses a setback stance with mild taper to keep you afloat while ripping your way through steep powder runs. Featuring Arbor's System Rocker profile, this version offers increased float and surfability in the deep stuff, while still ensuring stability and confidence at speed. The lightweight construction includes eco-friendly resins and topsheets to lessen the environmental impact and let you feel better about your board while you carve your way over the mountain.

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SKU: ARB00FG
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