The Coda has already won numerous awards, which is no wonder, because this board can do it all. It is more than suited for a plethora of terrains and applications from tight trees to pillow lines, chutes, and backcountry kickers. This version comes with the system rocker profile to give it increased playfulness and float.
Designed for more aggressive riders who charge both in and out of bounds.
Almost twin, for the switch riding advantages of a twin snowboard with just that little extra float in the fluffy stuff.
The System utilizes a parabolic arc, which progressively reduces the amount of rocker toward the tip and tail, creating nice low profiles. On the System Rocker design, this ensures that the outside contact points are close enough to the snow to engage when maximum performance is required, this means: higher speeds, fully loaded turns, and bigger landings.
The medium flex of the Coda is perfect for high speed and technical riding, while remaining flexible enough for advanced freestyle moves.
The Power Ply works like an added layer of fiberglass. During construction, the bamboo fibers are turned into a composite layer inside the board, this results in a higher performance, longer board life, higher finish quality. The double barrel core features two Bamboo struts that run tip-to-tail down the center of this upgraded Poplar core. Bamboo adds power and strength for bigger mountain performance. While the mixed glassing provides a triax over biax lay-up that’s best for versatility: pow, backcountry, groomers, jumps, & more.
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The Arbor Collective has been making snowboards for the last three decades. Having lasted so long and having legends such as Bryan Iguchi endorse their boards speaks for the quality. Arbor is built to last.