The Draft is a stair slapping, jib bonking, muffin buttering snowboard and features Arbor's jib–specific, Rocker System design. A softer flex makes this the ideal freestyle specific weapon for park and street. The blunt tips add massive amounts of surface area for pressing and butters with improved ollies and landing gear.
From city parks to terrain parks, this jib-specific rocker is your go-to board when it comes to buttering that muffin, gapping the donkey, or back-lipping the coping.
The perfectly symmetrical True Twin shape offers a balanced ride that’s equally versatile when ridden regular or switch. The 'Flathead' tip and tail shape offers a big surface area for precise butters, ollies, and nollies. Arbors Grip Tech offers very good edge control, especially on icy slopes. They extend slightly beneath your bindings for an extreme good edge-hold on hard-pack. Full of power when you need it and playful when you don't.
The Rocker System utilises a parabolic arc, which progressively reduces the amount of rocker towards the tip and tail, creating nice low profiles. On top of the forgiving ride that standard rocker provides, the System Rocker design ensures that the outside contact points are close enough to the snow to engage when performance is required.
The soft flex provides the flex and response you want while jibbing and shredding the park. Soft snowboards provide a soft buttery feel at slower speeds.
The Single Malt Core is Arbor's standard wood core, made from 100 % sustainably grown Poplar for highly reliable return and long–lasting durability. The top sheet is made from sustainably sourced ash wood and is called Ash Power Ply construction. The natural grain creates the style Arbor has been known for since they launched twenty years ago. This technology does not only look good but also improves the strength, durability, and return of a snowboard. Biax glass features a jib-friendly, torsionally soft flex and forgiving, park-friendly feel. The 360 Rail is a fully wrapped sidewall that eliminates the need for tip fill. A technology that delivers incredibly tight tolerances for improved board life and durability. The extruded base is very tough, user-friendly and offers good speed without waxing frequently. Scratches can also be repaired relatively easily.
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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.