For rowdy, big-mountain lines, the Cypress stands out with a stiff and energetic feel that instantly responds to your every command and holds up to the heaviest landings. Arbor made the Cypress powerful by stiffening their System X baseplate with double the fiberglass, adding a lighter, stiffer and more laterally supportive highback, and beefing up the outsole. That translates into high-speed performance for railing carves with precision and picking apart technical big mountain lines.
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