Even if it's not a powder day, you'll charge hard on the Arbor Abacus Snowboard.

While the Arbor Abacus Snowboard digs the pow, it has an all-mountain soul. Its directional shape and tapered tail provide amazing float in the fluffy fluff. Meanwhile, a progressive sidecut gives you improved landing stability and delivers precision turn initiation on the groomers. The Abacus Snowboard's koa wood core has a forgiving flex that eats up chatter and gives you a dialed ride for everything from waist deep cold smoke to blown out crud.

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5 5

The Arbor Abacus - a great fit for a certain riding style

This board is good-looking and even better riding - IF it fits your riding style. If you like to get in the backseat and crank through crud and mixed snow, this bad boy is for you. Solid through the mid-section to pound through whatever your quads can handle, and flexible enough at the tail to prevent chattering and bouncing. Dig it.

5 5

Ride the Abacus

The Abacus snowboard I recently purchased is the best ride I have ever experienced. Not only does the board provide a sick ride, but it flies like greased lightning. The board in the POW is a little bulky but a great ride, and when carving the groomers it sticks to the ground and rips. I've boarded six times since the purchase and there is no one that can keep up, not even the two plankers.