Satisfying our desire for a poppier, more aggressive Westmark, Arbor reversed the rocker to create the Westmark Camber. It has the same crisp feel as the original, just with a poppier System Camber profile for fully engaged edge performance and bigger ollies. System Camber has a less-catchy feel at the tips, and still maintains the pre-loaded pop of a traditional cambered deck. Up-Rise fenders further the forgiveness with beveled, 3D-lifted contact points for a cleaner, catch-free ride when we're spinning onto rails and flying around the resort. Grip Tech technology allows for reliable edge hold and a seamless transition between turns, while the lively, sustainably harvested poplar core and ash wood topsheet enhance pop and strength.
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