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First-round pick for street-specific performance.

Take your jibbing skills to the next level on the Arbor Draft Snowboard. This board was bred for throwing down in the streets and turning the entire mountain into your own personal park. Jib System rocker makes it perfect for buttering, pressing, bonking, and spinning everything in sight, so you can start expanding your views on what's possible on your snowboard.

System rocker uses several different design elements to provide true rocker performance while maintaining an incredible amount of edge hold and pop. It features a parabolic arc that is more rockered between the bindings and less rockered at the tip and tail to give it float in powder and a catch-free feeling on hardpack, while making turn initiation fluid and easy. The Grip Tech sidecut uses two additional contact points along each edge to allow for reliable edge hold on a rocker profile. A Power Ply sustainably-sourced wood topsheet replaces plastic to not only make it poppier, but more environmentally-friendly as well.

Butter Glassing fiberglass keeps the feel loose for smooth buttering and tweaked presses, and a poplar core gives it lightweight pop and durability. Rhythm sidewalls feature a blend of urethane and ABS to absorb vibrations for a smooth ride, and the Fusion base can easily be repaired when you ding it up.

  • Jib System rocker
  • Twin shape
  • Grip Tech sidecut
  • Butter Glassing biax fiberglass
  • Rhythm sidewalls
  • Medicine poplar core
  • Fusion extruded base
  • Bio-Film topsheet

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how does this board hold up in tress/intense...

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how does this board hold up in tress/intense urban??

where is the product from draft? Austria...

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where is the product from draft? Austria?

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Hey John Ahn,

Thanks for your question.

Arbor manufactures their snowboards in the USA.

I hope this helps.

2 5

2014 Arbor Draft

very poor quality and chi[s very easily. Flexible but not good quality. would only recommend this board if you don't mind seeing chips on your board.

what is the flex on this board. 1 being...

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what is the flex on this board. 1 being the softest and 10 being the stiffest

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I've looked at some reviews and it's showing this board is right around a 2-ish, others have scales so I'm translating their scales into a scale of 1-10.

It might be more appropriate to give a range, so I'd say 2-3 on the soft to mega stiff scale.

Hope this helps!

Jared D.
800.409.4502 ext 4055

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What are the advantages of the Arbor Draft...

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What are the advantages of the Arbor Draft compared to the Arbor Formula.

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Reverse killer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Arbor Draft has always been one of my favorite boards. It's a softer reverse camber board that keeps the pop of a Flat or Traditional camber. Whether your hitting street spots or resorts it'll have you stoked on your session. The board gives you a extremely forgiving ride, feels like you're floating over everything with a clean style. Presses on this board make you feel like you just found a sack of gold stashed in the mountains. If you wanted to gap to lip a rail it'll hold where you don't get thrown or bounced off too. You can pretty much do anything on this confidently regardless of it being a reverse camber board.

What is the pop like I have the salomon...

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What is the pop like I have the salomon salvator Sanchez and it has basically no pop

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Pop is awesome, It is reverse camber but it holds really good pop. you'd still be able to ollie those fences if you wanted too.