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    All-mountain without any asterisks.

    Even though he got his first pro model over 20 years ago and is currently in his 40s, Guch is still shredding just as hard as ever, and Arbor decided to reward his dedication with the Bryan Iguchi Pro Snowboard. Inspired by the limitless terrain of his home mountain of Jackson Hole, this board shreds everything from technical steeps and powdery glades to groomers and even the park.

    System Camber starts with a parabolic camber profile that's less cambered towards the tip and tail to create a low-profile arc, so you get all the pop and power of traditional camber, but with a smoother feel. This power and control is essential when Guch is shredding Wyoming backcountry and Alaskan spines. However, System Camber also angles the contact points so they sit slightly off the snow, giving the board a more forgiving, less grabby feel when cruising around the resort.

    The Double Barrel core features an ultralight, yet strong and snappy combo of poplar and bamboo. Wood is also featured in the Power Ply topsheet. Inlaid ash gives the board better energy return, and it's actually sustainable unlike the toxic plastics found in the topsheets of most snowboards. A triax-over-biax glass layup gives the Iguchi Pro a versatile feel that's responsive enough to handle jumps and steeps, yet still flexible for butters and surfy pow turns. A durable sintered base rounds things out to keep you cruising across flats and cat tracks so you don't have to unstrap to reach your favorite hidden spot.

    • Parabolic camber with lifted contact points
    • Mountain Twin shape
    • Medium flex
    • Double Barrel core
    • Triax-over-biax glass
    • Ash Power Ply topsheet
    • Sintered base
    • Item #ARB00AN

    Tech Specs

    156 cm, 159 cm, 162 cm
    The System Camber (parabolic camber with lifted contact points)
    Effective Edge
    [156cm] 1148 mm, [159cm] 1175 mm, [162cm] 1202 mm
    Waist Width
    [156cm] 251 mm, [159cm] 252.5 mm, [162cm] 254 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [156cm] 7.8 m, [159cm] 7.95 m, [162cm] 8.1 m
    Stance Width
    21.3 in
    Stance Setback
    0 in
    Double Barrel (poplar with tip-to-tail bamboo struts), Power Ply (ash)
    Mixed Glassing (triax over biax)
    360 rails
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [156cm] 120 - 200 lb, [159cm] 128 - 208 lb, [162cm] 134 - 214 lb
    Recommended Use
    powder, all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Arbor Bryan Iguchi Pro Snowboard

    What are your thoughts on this board? I am currently riding a 156 K2 Turbo Dream (After riding a 154 Forum Destoryer) for several years (since 2007/2008), and I believe it was a traditional Camber. I find the Turbo Dream to be a little "loose" and easy to wash out. I am thinking this could be due to the rocker/flat/rocker profile or even the 3/4 setback? I love to carve on groomers and find powder when it's available. I rarely ride the park, but do like to hit side jumps from time to time.