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Arbor Wasteland Snowboard

$599.95

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    Lay waste to the mountain.

    Untouched pillows, freshly frosted glades, and virgin chutes beware. The Arbor Wasteland Snowboard is here to rip every fresh line on the mountain, tearing up hidden powder stashes, tight tree runs, and open bowls with its directional twin shape and floaty, shovel-style tips. Continuing Arbor's legacy of woodworking and craftsmanship, the Wasteland features a striking Powerply topsheet that's inlaid with premium palisander, walnut, and el dorado wood. This topsheet is coated with a protective castor-bean finish to preserve its brilliant appearance for years to come.

    Equipped with Arbor's The System Rocker, the Wasteland features a full parabolic rocker that mellows-out as it progresses towards the tip and tail. This fully rockered design gives the board amazing float in deep, untracked snow, ensuring your nose won't submerge and throw you over the bars when it's steep and deep. Additionally, you'll find its fully rockered design is super playful when you're popping pillow stacks, sending cliff drops, and launching off side hits at the resort. Enhancing grip directly underfoot, the board's Grip Tech sidecut places two additional contact points on each edge for powerful edgehold, even when conditions get tracked-out and iced-over at your local resort. These additional contact points make the board extremely agile by providing extra pivot points for snapping turns between tight trees and narrow, rock-lined chutes.

    Looking inside this premium freeride board, you'll find a snappy wood Highland core composed of paulownia and poplar for plenty of pop and robust strength needed to withstand serious shredding. Carbon fiber reinforcements at the tip and tail prevent the board's tips from folding over in choppy snow, also adding serious pop for sending natural features and small jumps at the resort. Rounding out the board's impressive list of attributes, you'll find a super-fast sintered base that's extremely durable for extra impact resistance against stumps and rocks hidden under the snow.

    • The System Rocker profile (full rocker)
    • Medium flex
    • Mountain twin shape
    • Premium inlaid Powerply top
    • Thunderhead tips
    • Highland core
    • Mixed glassing
    • Carbon uprights
    • 360 rails
    • Sintered base
    • Item #ARB009C

    Tech Specs

    Length
    154 cm, 156 cm, 158 cm, 160 cm, 162 cm
    Profile
    The System (full rocker)
    Shape
    mountain twin
    Flex
    medium
    Effective Edge
    [154cm] 1154 mm, [156cm] 1172 mm, [158cm] 1190 mm, [160cm] 1208 mm, [162cm] 1226 mm
    Waist Width
    [154cm] 250 mm, [156cm] 251 mm, [158cm] 252 mm, [160cm] 253 mm, [162cm] 254 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [154cm] 7.7 m, [156cm] 7.8 m, [158cm] 7.9 m, [160cm] 8 m, [162cm] 8.1 m
    Stance Setback
    0 mm
    Mount
    4-hole
    Core
    Highland
    Wrap
    mixed glass
    Edge
    360 rails
    Base
    sintered
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [154cm] 118 - 198 lbs, [156cm] 122 - 202 lbs, [158cm] 126 - 206 lbs, [160cm] 130 - 210 lbs, [162cm] 134 - 214 lbs
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, powder
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    good wood

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    love this bored but the heal side edge started to delaminated on me within a month and a half. Going to send it back to Arbor, its probably just a lemon. Not to much rocker but just enough. Flouts good in the deep but you dont lose your edge on the hard pack because of the Grip Tech. It fells pretty soft because of the rocker but still charges through the chewy.

    Best snowboard ever made

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This piece of art is the rolls royce of snowboards. By far the lightest, most responsive and stable rocker board I've ever ridden. On the hardpack it holds an edge like a scholar holds a conversation, and in the pow you forget that there's anything below your feet because it floats so well. Congrats to Arbor for making the best board ever!