Arbor Element Camber Snowboard

Arbor Element Camber Snowboard
Arbor Element Camber Snowboard
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Element Camber Snowboard by Arbor
The Element is the original board that launched the Arbor brand, and since then it has been upgraded and put through the wringer as one of the best all-mountain boards around. Featuring Arbor's System Camber and mountain twin shape, prepare the Element to impress and inspire with its powerful, locked-in feel. A medium flex provides response and stability at high speeds while still feeling loose enough to offer a surfy feel in powder. Arbor's sustainable and eco-friendly process uses lightweight and FSC-Certified woods for the core and topsheet, while bio-resins and recycled steel makes sure the Element doesn't take too much so you can continue riding season after season.

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SKU: ARBY141
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