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Arbor Westmark Snowboard

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Description: Arbor Westmark Snowboard

Intermediate to Advance: This Transworld “Good Wood” winner is the perfect board for park-oriented riders who attack the whole mountain. A team favorite, the Westmark provides the flex and response you want while jibbing, without sacrificing the stability and pop you need for higher speed and bigger gaps.

Key Features of the Arbor Westmark Snowboard:
  • Power Ply Top - structural, performance enhancing real wood
  • Ply made with standard ash
  • 2x4 14-Packet Inserts - Creates maximum stance adjustability
  • Biax Glassing - A lay-up that supports softer flex performance
  • 100% poplar wood core for durability and return
  • 360-Degree Full Wrap Sidewalls - durability and impact resistance
  • Extruded Base - a lighter, more user-friendly material
  • Artwork by SAEA featuring LASS
Length (cm) 150 153 154mw 156 157mw 159 160mw
Effective Edge (cm) 116.9 119.6 120.3 122.3 123 125 125.7
Tip Width (cm) 29.1 29.4 30.3 29.7 30.6 29.9 30.8
Tail Width (cm) 29.1 29.4 30.3 29.7 30.6 29.9 30.8
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 25.0 25.9 25.1 26 25.3 26.2
Sidecut (m) 7.5 7.7 7.7 7.8 7.9 8.0 8.0


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I'm really interested in this board, but I have never had a wood-core board before. Is this board prone to cracking or warping after a few years of use?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Wood core is the standard in the industry. Wrapped in fiberglass, it holds a true flex longer and stronger!,,

Arbor crew
How well does the westmark hold up in icy conditions?
Matt M on Nov 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Arbor Westmark Snowboard holds up as well as any on icy conditions, as it is a very well designed board!
I am a snowboard instructor on the east coast, and I am up on the mountain nearly 100 days each season, so I need a board that can hold up and especially hold an edge. I prefer camber boards for their edge hold but I am interested in trying a reverse camber board for their jib and pow capabilities. Does this board offer good edge control? Does it still have the pop I love in camber boards?
A shopper on Aug 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your questions! I have been a die hard camber lover myself for over 25 years...really didn't like the "soupy" feeling of most reverse camber decks, but with Arbor's Grip-Tech it adds two additional contact points on each edge. With Grip-Tech it gives you the ease of turn entry / exit as well as float in powder, but the additional contact points really hold on hardpack. Westmark is my favorite board as it is a little stiffer as well...holds a great edge!

Thanks, Arbor Team
Now that the snow has started to fall, it's time to make my final decision! I'm torn between the Westmark and Draft. I know they are very similar but differ in than the Draft is soft while the Westmark is soft/medium, correct? I need a recommendation on which board I should choose. 6' 170 sz10/10.5 boot. To break down my riding, I like jumps, pipe, and buttering down the mountain. Looking forward to your recommendations and a new board for the season! And thanks for previous responses already, too!
Taylor F on Nov 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It really comes down to personal choice, but I think your style may be a little better suited with the Westmark. it is great all mountain, and with a little stiffer flex, would be great for landing jumps and pipe.

Arbor Crew
6'1 and Size 11 boot...159 or 157mw?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: On the Arbor Westmark Snowboard, assuming you weigh more than 165 lbs, the 159 at 25.3 waist width, would be good for 11 or 11.5 boot size. The midwide 157 Arbor Westmark Snowboard has a 26 cm waist and would be better suited for 12 or 12.5 boot size.