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Arbor
Relapse Snowboard - 2023

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Arbor Relapse Snowboard

Feed your freestyle addiction for big park jumps and kinked rails with the Relapse. This true twin snowboard forgoes gimmicky designs and sticks to tried-and-true camber for insane levels of pop and powerful response. Its combo of camber and a medium flex lets you smoothly press while maintaining enough snap to send the jump line and carve groomers.


Traditional camber offers superior pop, response, and edge hold so you can boost big jumps and fire up big ollies, while the mid flex allows for tweaked presses on rails and smooth butters. Inlaid ash on the Power Ply topsheet gives the board better energy return, and it's actually sustainable unlike the toxic plastics found in the topsheets of most snowboards. Arbor gave the Relapse an extruded base so it's easy to repair after you thrash it in the park. When it comes to proven park performance, it doesn't get much better than the Arbor Relapse.


Length
150cm, 153cm, 155cm, 155cm mid-wide
Profile
System Camber
Shape
true twin
Flex
medium (4 of 10 on Arbor's scale)
Effective Edge
[150cm] 1149mm, [153cm] 1176mm, [155cm] 1193mm, [155cm mid-wide] 1193mm
Waist Width
[150cm] 248.5mm, [153cm] 250mm, [155cm] 251.5mm, [155cm mid-wide] 259mm
Sidecut Radius
[150cm] 8.7 / 7.8 / 8.7m, [153cm] 8.85 / 7.95 / 8.85m, [155cm] 8.95 / 8.05 / 8.95m, [155cm mid-wide] 8.95 / 8.05 / 8.95m
Stance Width
20.4 - 25.2in
Stance Setback
centered
Mount
4-hole
Core
Single Malt
Laminate
biax
Sidewalls
fully wrapped
Edge
recycled steel
Base
extruded
Recommended Rider Weight
[150cm] 106 - 186lb, [153cm] 112 - 192lb, [155cm] 116 - 196lb, [155cm mid-wide] 114 - 184lb
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years
Activity
park & freestyle snowboarding