Arbor Roundhouse CX - 2012

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Aggressive and heavy all-mountain snowboarders with bigger feet looking for a powerful, directional and cambered snowboard need look no further. Straight-line down double diamonds or launch off 30ft cliffs into bottomless pillow lines the Roundhouse CX has got your back.

Manufacturer's Description:

An advanced all-mountain bomber that’s built wide to support larger feet, yet designed to provide the quickness of a narrower board; the Roundhouse provides the versatility needed to slash the steeps, cruise the trees, lap the park, and punch through big pow turns.

Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding Recommended for big mountain riding High cost snowboard Available in Wide Camber construction Directional Shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2012


Available Lengths (cm):
159, 163, 167


Riding Style:
Freeride


Specifications:

Camber
Directional
Wide
Medium Flex
Wood Power Ply
Rocket Base
Mystic I Core


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Arbor Roundhouse CX

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What colour is snow?

James on December 18, 2012 at 09:44 PM

This will be my 4th season ripping it up on my Arbor.  I ride a 167W, I like a big board, go big or go home.  I am an old school all mountain rider, my 27th season.  I love shedding up the berm on the side of the trail, pounding some bumps and bring on the steeps.  Oh yes this is Maine so lots and lots of fresh ICE!!!! This is a fast machine, loves to let it loose and just cruse, super stable at high speeds, yet it turns quick, very snappy, lots of tail pop.  Oh yes, don’t get this board if you don’t like some tail.  It is huge!  It does have some set back but not really enought for riding deep POW.  I have to remount my bindings and offset them back as far as possible to ride it in the POW.  It is just so big and wide the whole board floats not just the nose. 

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