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Arbor Poparazzi Snowboard - Women's

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    Bask in the shred spotlight.

    Drawing praise everywhere on the mountain, the Arbor Women's Poparazzi Snowboard propels your skills to the next level with its versatile twin shape, confidence-inspiring flex, and catch-free rocker profile. Designed for beginner-to-intermediates, the Poparazzi is a great platform for rapidly progressing. It's most comfortable cruising on long groomers, slashing turns in the trees, and lapping the park 'till your legs can't handle any more riding.

    The directional twin shape is centered for a well-balanced feel, with a slightly larger nose for improved stability and added float in fresh snow. The Poparazzi's medium-soft flex is forgiving enough for improving your carving skills, but without holding you back when you're picking up speed and hitting mid-sized kickers.

    Keeping the board catch-free, The System Rocker gives you a loose, playful feel. Not only does this rockered board prevent unwanted edge catches while carving, but it also creates a board that's forgiving on landings and floats well in powder. And because conditions aren't always ideal, the Grip Tech sidecut places two additional "bumps" alongside your bindings for powerful edge hold in icy snow.

    • User-friendly board for riding the entire mountain
    • The System Rocker is loose, catch-free, and floaty
    • Directional twin shape creates a go-anywhere ride
    • Medium-soft flex inspires confidence for carving
    • Single Malt core of poplar wood for durability
    • Biax fiberglass is torsionally soft for easy turns
    • Extruded base remains quick without regular maintenance
    • Arbor crafts premium boards with natural materials
    • Item #ARB00BD

    Tech Specs

    138 cm, 141 cm, 144 cm, 147 cm, 150 cm, 153 cm
    The System Rocker (parabolic rocker)
    directional twin
    Effective Edge
    [138cm] 1035 mm, [141cm] 1062 mm, [144cm] 1089 mm, [147cm] 1116 mm, [150cm] 1143 mm, [153cm] 1170 mm
    Waist Width
    [138cm] 231 mm, [141cm] 233 mm, [144cm] 234 mm, [147cm] 236 mm, [150cm] 237 mm, [153cm] 239 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [138cm] 6.75 m, [141cm] 6.9 m, [144cm] 7.1 m, [147cm] 7.2 m, [150cm] 7.4 m, [153cm] 7.5 m
    Stance Width
    [138-153cm] 20 in
    Stance Setback
    Single Malt (100% poplar wood)
    Grip Tech (2 extra mid-board contacts)
    Recommended Use
    park & freestyle, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    This is my 3rd season of snowboarding in Colorado. Before I had a Santa Cruz board for 3 years. I felt like it was amazing. I was doing powder, groomed runs, trees (all mountain really). I decided to upgrade and got this Arbor. AMAZING how much this board helps your performance. I feel like a new boarder. Now my old board feels like I was riding on a cheap piece of cardboard. This board is insane. I've ridden this Arbor 3 times now through well groomed, crappy icy conditions, trees, and powder. I can do complete 360 spins, flat, while going pretty fast down the mountain because the board is made to ride both your regular or goofy and reversed. I ride regular, but I practiced going down goofy most of the day yesterday because it's made so that you can switch. I couldn't do that with my last board. The grip tech also really helps if it's icy out. I took it during night boarding at Keystone and it saved me a couple of times when I couldn't see as well with the lower light and icy conditions. I was worried that the rocker wouldn't allow me to turn or stop as quick on my edges but the grip tech does wonders. I also started do small jumps because it gives me the confidence I needed and it's super light. Great stuff. I did notice, however, that my husband's Never Summer rocker camber combo was faster on the straightaways and groomed runs. I used to be ahead of him on those parts of the mountain, with my old board. But I was still flying and when we hit powder this last weekend (10 inches), I was cruising past him through the deep stuff and I hardly even had to lean back. My board was deep in powder at least a foot and a half, and he got stuck a few times with his. I just plowed right through. I recommend this board if you are just more than intermediate and plan to hit a lot of powder and trees (great for turning too). This board helped me A LOT on moguls as well. I'm sure you can learn on it as well because it is pretty forgiving (prevents catching an edge well). But might as well not waste the flexible and fun features it provides!