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An upscale version of the do-it-all Coda Rocker, the Arbor Wasteland Wide Snowboard offers a light, lively feel underfoot with plentiful pop for launching everything on the mountain. Wider waists provide more stability and float for bigger guys charging the mountain like it's a giant park. The Wasteland loves nothing more than ripping turns in the trees, gliding across open bowls, and popping off rollers and natural drops. The Wasteland's medium-stiff flex and directional twin shape maximize versatility, allowing you to sample everything the mountain has to offer. Thunderhead tips increase surface area, helping it float across deep powder without bogging down. Creating a surfy sensation, The System Rocker is a full parabolic rocker that's most pronounced at its center. Not only does rocker create a looser feel without hanging up on turns, but it also prevents the board's nose from submerging under fresh snow. And seeing that rocker boards often sacrifice edge hold, Arbor remedies this by placing two additional bumps (i. e. Arbor's Grip Tech sidecut) for aggressive grip directly alongside your bindings. The Wasteland proudly displays its premium craftsmanship with Arbor's signature Power Ply topsheet of sustainably sourced palisander wood. This palisander topsheet acts as an added structural layer, increasing the Wasteland's overall strength and impact damping, all while lending striking visual appeal. Continuing this premium build, Arbor's Highland core is incredibly strong and light, complemented with Carbon Uprights for extra landing stability on bigger drops.
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...
The Arbor Element Wide Snowboard excels at peak-to-park pursuits with its versatile shape, surfy rocker profile, and medium flex. It's a directional twin for the centered feel of a freestyle board, but...