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Arbor A-Frame Midwide Snowboard

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Description: Arbor A-Frame Midwide Snowboard

Find exactly what you never knew you were looking for the moment you strap onto the 2020 Arbor A-Frame Midwide Snowboard. The A-Frame Midwide has a directional shape with a slight taper in the tail for an increased float in deep powder. This Arbor snowboard features a System Camber profile that allows you to cut through all types of snow conditions. Uprise fenders provide lift in contact zones that provides you with a board that has less surface to catch your edge on. The core of the snowboard is a Highland core that is a blend of Poplar and Paulownia wood which is lightweight and durable. The Highland core is Arbor's highest-end core. The A-Frame Midwide features 360-degree rails that wrap the sidewall all the way around the board holding every layer together tightly. This winter, hit the slopes on the fun and durable 2020 Arbor A-Frame Midwide Snowboard.

Key Features of Arbor A-Frame Midwide Snowboard
  • American Black Walnut/Black Hand Dyed Ash Power Ply
  • Highland Core
  • Sintered Base
  • Mixed Glassing
  • 2x4 14-Pack Inserts
  • Tapered Tail
  • Carbon A-Frame
  • 360?? Rails
  • Knucklehead Tip
  • Three Year Warranty
  • The Camber System
  • Directional
  • Flex Meter: 9/10
Dimensions
Length (cm) 165MW
Effective Edge (cm) 122.2
Tip Width (cm) 31.08
Tail Width (cm) 30.21
Waist Width (cm) 26.6
Sidecut (m) 8.55

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Arbor: Carving for Life!
This is my third Arbor, and 2nd A-Frame. They have flattened out the camber in this edition and added the (very) gripply points under each foot. It is shorter than my last A-Frame, but has far better grip on crud and hard. I haven't had a good pow day on it yet, but with the tapered tail I am hoping to get some soon.
March 7, 2020
Chicago, IL, US
Purchased
9 months ago

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I moved from the Element to the harder carving A-Frame years ago, the A-Frame carves under any conditions. Edge hold and turn initiation are key for me... When powder is on the menu - I do set the bindings back and with the new tapered tail I hope to avoid that minor tweak. Arbor quality and ride characteristics just keep me coming back.
John S on Feb 10, 2020
I moved from the Element to the harder carving A-Frame years ago, the A-Frame carves under any conditions. Edge hold and turn initiation are key for me... When powder is on the menu - I do set the bindings back and with the new tapered tail I hope to avoid that minor tweak. Arbor quality and ride characteristics just keep me coming back.
John S on Feb 10, 2020