Arbor Formula Camber Snowboard - Wide

Arbor Formula Camber Snowboard - Wide
Arbor Formula Camber Snowboard - Wide
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Formula Camber Snowboard - Wide by Arbor
Charge hard down your favorite runs and take your park skills to the next level on the Arbor Formula Camber Wide Snowboard. It features the same construction as the original Formula, but replaces the easy-going rocker profile with a more aggressive camber profile to make it poppier, more responsive, and grippier for the progressing rider. System Camber is similar to classic camber, but features a parabolic arc that gets mellower towards the tips, giving you a more forgiving feel that's still plenty poppy and responsive. Plus, the edges are lifted three degrees at the contact points to eliminate the grabby feel inherent in traditional camber boards. The more aggressive nature of the camber profile is tempered by a medium-soft flex that still lets you press and butter through the park with style.

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SKU: ARB00DV
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