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Throw down on jibs and booters with the same board.

Arbor designed the Westmark Snowboard with a twin-directional flex for versatile performance that takes on both rails and massive park hits with ease. By making the core thinner between the bindings, Arbor softened the center flex for a better feel when you transfer onto rails. The Westmark Snowboard includes a fast, durable sintered base and stout ISO 200 sidewalls to help it live through a nasty crash down a flight of stairs.

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Hey, i kind of have large feet (size 11-12)...

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Hey, i kind of have large feet (size 11-12) is this board have an okay width for my feet?

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yes this will be good, it has a pretty generous waist

5 5

Exceeds expectations.

I can't say enough about this board. It's got the park board flex and pop yet the directional twin design gives it a responsive feel on the diamond runs. I ride the entire mountain on this board and never feel out of place (on all-mountain freestyle bindings & medium flex boots). The tail is noticeably stiffer than the tail; Be advised true-twin riders. Nice thick urethane sidewalls give me the impression that this board will be more durable than it's Arbor siblings of the past.