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Arbor Element Snowboard 2018

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Description: Arbor Element Snowboard

The Element is the board that launched the brand. Over the years, it has been Arbor''s cornerstone; evolving with the times to remain the perfect all–mountain design. The Element is about super clean, highly reliable performance and a focus on craftsmanship. This quintessential board speaks to Arbor''s core mission and is sure to remain a classic for years to come. The Element features a higher-end base and core with an American Black Walnut Power Ply to deliver that one–of–a–kind look.

Arbor''s most progressive core, made from poplar, reinforced with bamboo running along the rails for serious big–mountain riding.

Key Features of Arbor Element Snowboard:
  • Mountain Twin
  • The Rocker System
  • Knucklehead Tip Profile
  • American Black Walnut Power Ply
  • Double Barrel I Core
  • Sintered Base
  • Mixed Glassing
  • 2x4 14-Pack Inserts
  • 360 Rails
  • Three Year Warranty
  • Flex Meter: 6/10
Length (cm) 153 155 157 159 161 165
Effective Edge (cm) 114.4 116.2 118 119.8 121.6 125.2
Tip Width (cm) 29 29.18 29.35 29.53 29.73 30.05
Tail Width (cm) 29 29.18 29.35 29.53 29.73 30.05
Waist Width (cm) 24.95 25.05 25.15 25.25 25.35 25.55
Sidecut (m) 7.65 7.75 7.85 7.95 8 8.25


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What is the primary difference between the 2018 arbor element vs element black? I know the element has a sintered base vs the black's extruded base. Is one more flexible and better for a beginner / intermediate rider than the other?
Chris C on Dec 10, 2017
Thanks for the question. I personally quite like Arbor's boards.. and the Element is classic. The Element Black is a toned down version of the Element for a less aggressive rder... a little more forgiving. The primary differences are a Power Ply Core, Straight Biax Glass, Poplar construction, and an Extruded Base. If you watch the video on the 2018 Element page Guf and Ryan (from Arbor) explain the difference at the end.