If it feels good, do it.
- Parabolic Rocker profile utilizes a stretched parabolic arc that maximizes edge control while providing a smooth, skatey ride�spins, landings, and presses never felt so good
- The Voodoo Core is Arbor�s second lightest and most versatile core. Designed to take on the rigors of the park and the rest of the mountain, it utilizes sustainably produced TDS poplar to create a smooth and powerful flex
- Grip Tech tri-radial sidecut design creates additional contact points under foot for enhanced edge control that complements the new rocker profile
- A structural wood topsheet(Power Ply) works like a third layer of fiberglass, adding extra response and durability, without all the nasty chemicals�it looks rad too
- Carbon fiber is run down the center of the board to add more snap to your ollies and more durability to your board without negatively affecting spin initiation, landing recoverability, or turn initiation
- Stone-ground Rocket base delivers bomber durability, great wax absorption, and ludicrous speeds
- Recycled Steel edges deliver maximum control and durability
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I bought this board for my little bro for Christmas. He is definitely a granola and loved the fact that this board was made while keeping the environment in mine. Mother Nature loves him, so thank him for the killer snowfall! I have only given this board a few runs, I like the greater snow sport- I'm a skier. Great board, very reactive and the rocker profile helped me from sinking in the awesome pow that we've gotten in Utah this year.
I'm 5-9 and 230 lbs. Could I get away with...
I'm 5-9 and 230 lbs. Could I get away with riding a 157cm board, or would I end up breaking it? All of my riding is done on groomed trails (no park). Due to my weight, I've been riding longer boards (165+/-) but thought about trying something shorter.
I wouldn't do it. At your size, I wouldn't go under a 160. I am 5'11 and 185. I have ridden a lot of different boards over the years and I really never feel right under 159. You loose stability and snap. Especially true in a De-cambered board. I ride 165 in camber, and 160 in De-Cambered. My style is fast, aggressive, and All mountain. The snow is falling!