Untouched pillows, freshly frosted glades, and virgin chutes beware--the Arbor Wasteland Snowboard is here to rip every fresh line on the mountain, tearing up hidden powder stashes, tight tree runs, and open bowls. Essentially a premium version of the Coda Rocker, this board incorporates top-shelf materials to deliver an incredibly light and responsive ride that's perfect for charging hard over steep terrain. Equipped with Arbor's The System Rocker, the Wasteland features a full parabolic rocker that mellows out as it progresses towards the tip and tail. This fully rockered design gives the board amazing float in deep, untracked snow, ensuring your nose won't submerge and throw you over the bars when it's steep and deep. Enhancing grip directly underfoot, the board's Grip Tech sidecut places two additional contact points on each edge for powerful edgehold, even when conditions get tracked-out and iced-over at your local resort. Looking inside this premium freeride board, you'll find a snappy wood Highland core composed of paulownia and poplar for plenty of pop and robust strength needed to withstand serious shredding. Carbon fiber reinforcements at the tip and tail prevent the board's tips from folding over in choppy snow, also adding serious pop for sending natural features and small jumps at the resort.
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