All snowboarders know the feeling that comes along with learning to snowboard'a"catching an edge, wiping out, and belly-flopping onto the hard-packed snow. Aiming to curb that steep learning curve, Arbor designed the Helix with specific catch-free technologies that focuses on easy turn control and a forgiving feel for beginners. The Helix has a unique design with natural shaping intersections at the heel and toe contact points that enhance overall control and make initiating turns significantly easier. The Highland core and biax fiberglass wrap create a soft flex that's easy to control for beginners to naturally excel on.
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