Intended for versatile practice , the board ELEMENT ROCKER ARBOR has been created to meet numerous requirements, that is to say be a board to surf both on track in the powder and the rider park.
Version Rocker element has a camber shaped banana slide "surfy" and planing easier in deep snow . This board is more tolerant and maneuverable than the Camber Version .
Featuring a core FSC Certified Highland II , the board has a greater reliability for a longer life. The different technologies that have this board offers best high speed required , versatility and the essential feature remains durability and longevity. < / strong>
Perfect for off-road use, this tolerant board with immediate pivot layout will be the favorite toy of many of you whether on track or off.
-System rocker offers a more flexible and forgiving ride, bringing a better glide and planing easier in powder
- Hand Dyed Ash Powerply: it is an extra layer of natural fiber that requires meticulous manufacturing, it brings better performance, greater durability and a high quality finish
-FSC Certified Highland core II: it is a paulownia wood core for added lightness, paulownia is known for its reliable performance and long-term sustainability
-Sintered Crosslink basis: it is a sintered base built with a mean density of material to promote the holding of the high-speed snowboard and increase durability
-Mixed Glassing: triaxial overlay that offers greater versatility
-Inserts: 2x4 14 Pack Inserts
-360 degree Rails flank is wrapped 360 degrees which provides little tolerance for durability
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The brand is created in 1955 in the United States. Since its creation, Arbor promotes an image of its own: use of natural elements and non-harmful to the environment "to improve performance, durability and style". Installed at Venice Beach in California, Arbor became a reference of the high-end segment in the United States and Europe.