ArborDescribed as a "quiver killer" by Bryan Iguchi, the Arbor Bryan Iguchi Pro Camber Snowboard offers everything you need for long days carving, slashing, floating and pointing it. Its camber system provides a snappy, energetic ride with a powerful feel and combines with a non-symmetrical twin shape and stiff flex for a dynamic and confidence-inspiring platform that'll perform at the highest levels in freeride terrain. Rocker Type The System Camber – Arbor's Camber profile has a poppy ride with crisp, fully engaged performance. The parabolic camber has uprise fenders to help to keep the outside contact points from digging into the snow, thus creating a cleaner, less-catchy board. Uprise Fenders – Pull the contact zones off the snow with angled 3° risers on all Camber System designs. Flex 7 – 1 = Soft, 10 = Stiff Shape Grip-Tech – A tri-radial sidecut design that is not "blended." Natural shaping intersections, that in the past were eliminated, have been transformed into heel and toe contact points that provide a direct, more ergonomic way to grip the snow when additional control is needed. Knucklehead Tip – Peak to parking lot with extra punch for powder. Non-Symmetrical Twin – A fusion of true-twin on-snow geometry with distinct tip and tail outlines. While dissimilar in shape, the tip and tail share identical widths, heights and lengths, creating a symmetrical twin ride designed for true-cambered freestyle. Core Double Barrel I Core LT – Arbor's most versatile core, made from poplar, reinforced with two bamboo struts running down the center of a board, for added longitudinal pop and easy turns. Laminates Mixed Glassing – A triax over biax lay-up that's best for versatility: pow, backcountry, groomers, jumps and more. Sidewalls 360° Rails – A 360°, fully wrapped sidewall that eliminates the need for tip fill, while effectively tying the whole snowboard together. A technology that delivers incredibly tight tolerances for improved
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