For women who surf the mountain top to bottom, Arbor offers the Push Snowboard, which flows over any terrain and any conditions with Zen-like ease. You can become one with the mountain knowing that your board is about as eco-conscious as they come, with a sustainably-grown poplar core and bamboo topsheet, bio-film top foil (30% caster bean), and 60% recycled steel edges.
- Directional shape for all-mountain versatility
- Shadow Flex tapering of the core between the bindings improves jib performance and eases turn and spin initiation
- Bamboo topsheet offers durability, light weight, sustainability, and extra pop
- Standard Progressive sidecut allows tight, quick turns while maintaining high-speed stability
- Rocket sintered base for durability, speed, and wax absorption
- Zen graphics designed by artist Blaine Fontana
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Beautiful board and Beautiful ride
I have the 2008 version of this with the cute sea horse. I got this for a steal and never have regretted saying goodbye to my bella board.
This board has had me on the icy conditions and on powder in between the trees. It can give you sweet curves and turn on a dime if you need it too.
I love this board. I would recommend this board. Don't be upset if you ding it and some of the top coat comes of .... it just happens and you move on.
This board is the shiznit!
Had my first ride with this board yesterday and all I can say is AWESOME! I never rode better in my life. I am normally apprehensive about heading down black diamonds, but I felt so good on this board I was ready to conquer the mountain. The board is incredibly responsive and fast! Turns came so easy it almost felt like all I had to do was think about turning and it did. I could hear it whistling through the wind.
Highly recommend to any rider looking for a true all-mountain board who is ready to go to the next level.
Couldn't be happier
After reading reviews on many all-mountain and freeride snowboards at Shayboarder and the good ride. I decided to go with Arbor Push. I was a bit hesitant to go with Arbor Push since it is rated for Advanced to Expert Freeride and I'm an intermediate rider, but I don't regret the decision one bit.
My setup consists of the 152cm Arbor Push, Burton Escapades, and Salomon Optima boots. The board has a great edge hold, which I found excellent riding through the east coast ice. The setup is more responsive (which I was looking for) and I like the fact that I have to be more conscious of my movements or otherwise Id catch an edge quickly. The turning does take a bit of effort but gives me a great deal of satisfaction to turn. I rarely venture into the terrain park but I wanted to see how the snowboard fared on small jumps (2~3 ft landing). The snowboard picks up speed nicely as it moves toward the ramp. I got decent air without jumping and the board has enough flex to land the jump comfortably.
All in all, this board will definitely help me progress to the next level.
Incredible responsive board in all terrain at any speed and snow condition! only 2 words to describe it: fast and furious!! highly recommended to all the girls out there who want to feel that push!!