Charge the steeps and glide past the unfortunates kicking their way through the flats.
Nidecker might as well have equipped your big ass feet with a warp drive and an inertia controlling device. The Wide Ultralight UG Snowboard has a scary fast base and turn-on-a-dime maneuverability thanks to Ultimate Grip edges.
- Ultimate Grip uses a wave shape to add more contact points to your edge for extreme edge control in any condition-East coast ice beware!
- Tip and tail carbon stringers add strength and pop in an ultralight package
- Master Wood Core uses a combination of different woods and densities to provide the ultimate in lightweight power and performance-The Ultralight UG utilizes a welded form of this core to reduce weight and increase strength
- Multiaxial Carbon uses a fiberglass developed by Nidecker to provide maximum torsion control- This fiberglass is enhanced with a bidirectional carbon fabric to give you the best edge control possible
- A Diamond Stone Finished 8800 sintered base hurtles you down the mountain at ludicrous speed
Share your thoughts
I've been riding a regular width Arbor...
I've been riding a regular width Arbor Element 158 for about 5 years now and even though I wear a size 11.5 boot (Vans encore), I've never had any trouble with toe drag. Does this mean that I should be fine with a regular width board or should I play it safe with a wide model? Thanks.
Worked well for a newbie
I've been riding on a board that was much too small for me, so of course this ride was much better. It felt good and stable without being too heavy. I liked the feel. I tend to rid all mountain. I don't spend any time in the park.