The king of everything mountain.
Arbor made the versatile Del Rey Snowboard to rip up the park, assault the streets, or take flight off a few backcountry booters. This true-twin deck rocks a full-wood core to offer you more snap than a grand-daddy tortoise when you launch a giant gap, and the structural topsheet gives you a soft flex for your butters and slides.
- Mission Core utilizes grade A poplar wood for less weight and added durability
- Shadow Flex tapers the core between your bindings for improved turn and spin initiation and more performance on rails and boxes
- Progressive Sidecut provides tighter turning and quicker initiation, while maintaining stability at high speeds
- Butter Glassing sports a jib-specific build for butters, presses, and kickers
- 4x4 10-Pack Inserts gives you lightweight performance and a wide stance range without the micro-adjustability
- Blended Urethane ABS Sidewalls add durability
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Perfect Shred Stick
This board is amazing.. I have ridden a NeverSummer Evo for the past 3 years and I never thought I would ever ride anything other than a NeverSummer board ever again. But I came across a great deal on this Arbor Del Rey and I have been nothing but pleased with the new board. It has surpassed my expectations for sure.. Its great all over the mountain whether you like to ride the park or you like to just straight up rip up some pow.. It has great pop and is pretty flexible.. And the base on this board is super fast straight from the factory. Also the top layer holds up really well.. I had a few skiers run into me with their skis while at the lift lines and at the end of the day there werent any scratches at all.. All in all a gread board and I highly recommend it..
I don't really know how to rate boards, as this is my first one, and I'm no expert, but I do own it, so I will review it. I can talk about the width though. I wear a size 12 boot, and I had no issues with toe drag. Other things to consider: my leading foot is angled about 15 degrees, the backfoot virtually straight, maybe 5 degrees tops.. and I'm on K2 bindings. I do remember last month on a rental board, I had slight issues with toe drag.. nothing extreme, but noticeable. I noticed no toe drag at all here. So you don't have to worry too much if you think you have big feet..
Okay I may be wrong, but my understanding is freestyle boards tend to be wider in general.. but the numbers don't lie.. I don't recall off hand, but in the research I did before buying, this board is not much skinnier than a Burton WIDE board I was also considering... I'm glad I went with this one because I love the design. Doublecheck the stats and research before buying, but for me, I decided (and ended up being correct) that slightly skinnier by like a centimeter or two versus a wide board is not a factor.
Hope this helps some of the larger footed riders who are in love with boards not offered in wide lol
whats the flex on the board?
whats the flex on the board?
on a rate scale 10 being real stiff and 1 being real flexy its about a 4.. Its pretty flexible
2009-2010 del rey
I picked it up on Saturday nght and instantly put two days on it. It rides smooth and fast. I rode it all mountain and park and it rides great either way. The only downside is the top sheet chips out pretty easily. Great board!