For all of their recent success as a re-born freestyle brand, Arbor haven’t forgotten that it was the pure unreserved brutality of the A-Frame that made a name for them. If you are after a snowboard to ride some of the most extreme terrain on the planet then the A-Frame is a contender. A stiff flex, only very slightly profiled core, deep powerful camber, carbon A-Frame reinforcement and long entry and exit radius to the progressive sidecut mean edge hold and stability are the A-Frame’s bread and butter. The pretty inlaid wooden topsheet does a great job of eliminating unwanted chatter.
Arbor’s big-mountain gun for riders who want superior on-edge performance; the A-frame will lock-and-hold a deeply carved line, provide powerful control in the steeps, and deliver amazing stability at speed. Don’t miss the unique Bamboo Power Rails, which deliver unmatched return.
Available Lengths (cm):
158, 162, 166, 170
Inlaid Wood Power Ply
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