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Channel aggression into explosive riding.
The Arbor Sin Nombre Snowboard gives you razor-sharp response for carving up groomers, sending intimidating park hits, and tearing up steeps. Falling in the medium-stiff range, the Sin Nombre packs the stability of a freeride board into the directional twin outline of a freestyle deck. Pointy dagger tips emphasize its distinctive all-terrain flavor, allowing you to destroy everything from cliff drops to backcountry kickers.
Instead of a looser rocker profile, the Sin Nombre features The System Camber for unflappable stability at high speeds and locked-in carving. This tip-to-tail camber profile features upturned contact points that eliminate the grabby sensation of traditional camber. It retains the benefits of camber for the technical rider, making it a worthy contender for hauling at high speeds and clearing bigger jumps.
Supercharging its snap and stability, the Carbon Crossbeam maximizes torsional response needed for high-speed carves and explosive ollies. Another worthy feature is the Grip Tech sidecut, which places two additional "bumps" along each edge. This makes the board incredible at holding an edge, even across boilerplate snow and icy conditions.
- Aggressive all-terrain freestyle for technical riders
- The System Camber for maximum stability and response
- Directional twin shape with pointy dagger tips
- Grip Tech sidecut delivers aggressive edge hold
- Carbon Crossbeam for explosive pop and response
- Single Malt core of full poplar for lasting strength
- Sintered base is fast-gliding and incredibly durable
- Arbor creates striking boards with premium craftsmanship
- Item #ARB00AW
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
What a pretty, pretty looking board. At first glance, in person, this board has an amazing looking figure. I like to call her my Amber Rose in my arsenal of sticks. She has such nice, smooth curves. However, looks can be deceiving sometimes. Unwrapping this beautiful deck the quality is shown and the rise contact edge bumps make you ponder. The overall weight is light when giving it a jiggle and the board seems pretty rigid. Nonetheless, this board is very pleasing aesthetically.
Upon first ride the directional feel makes its presence known. It’s a twin but don’t try riding this bad boy switch, it’ll give you a weirder feeling than your last trip. This is my first Arbor and well I have had some fun on this board, I don’t know if I’ll be reaching for it too often. The biggest reason I say this, is I’ve had a hard time dialing in my stance to find that comfortable feeling where the heel to toe transition felt confident and I can charge hard. Maybe it’s the catch free feel this board has which gives you a real loose feeling, other people might enjoy it, I just washed out a few times. I think I may have been trying to go a little too hard when engaging an edge. The overall ride is stable and the rise contact points I think really helps you with that stability so you don’t catch an edge or two and does well at high speed cruising. The board seems pretty stiff a little too stiff in my opinion to be called freestyle more of an all mountain board for hard charging kickers and natural jumps. However, if you have a little bit of weight such as myself, you can really lay into it and get a little more jolly flex out of it. The one thing that I know is right on this board is the pop you can get. However, bear in mind that you must be prepared to engage it as if you’re too lackadaisical you’re going to get nothing!
Overall, this is a pretty fun board to take out every now and then. A looser feel when it comes to edges but a stiff flex throughout the body. If you’re looking for something to pop off jumps or send off cats or cliffs or just a little bit of high speed the tip shape helps cut through the heavier fresh stuff, this is the board. I would recommend this board for a more advanced rider who isn’t afraid to really lay into the board and make it your *****.