Arbor Shiloh Rocker Snowboard

Arbor Shiloh Rocker Snowboard
Arbor Shiloh Rocker Snowboard
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Shiloh Rocker Snowboard by Arbor
The Shiloh Rocker Snowboard fits the quiver perfectly as your daily freeride go-to by offering a unique rocker profile that doesn't sacrifice response or grip. Featuring Arbor's System Rocker, Grip-Tech sidecut, and a medium flex, the Shiloh makes riding groomers to stomping spins into powder become fluid tasks and seamlessly combines all aspects of snowboarding. Made from sustainable materials, this is a snowboard that gives back to the mountain by sourcing woods from responsibly managed forests and uses recycled or bio-based components without losing the strength or feel of what we demand from a snowboard. That's the Arbor promise.

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SKU: ARB00F6
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