A fish shape, carbon stringers and tightened radius at the tail of the board make the Arbor Abacus more versatile than you’d think. Throw in the Spinal-Tap styled graphics for that Metal look!
When conditions are epic, this powder fish, with its structural ravenswood top, delivers total float-over, arc-it-in dominance. But pure pow days are too few and far between – so this functional taper-tail is specifically designed to deliver real performance in mixed conditions and across variable terrain.
Available Lengths (cm):
Riding Style: Freeride
Structural wood topsheet
Rocket sintered base
Shaman wood core (50/50 blend of ultralight Paulownia wood and poplar)
Progressive Kinked tri-radial sidecut (tighter fish specific tail radius)
Blended Urethane / ABS sidewalls
Quadraxial / Bi-axial glass
Carbon fibre stringers
FSC sustainable wood
Medium tapered core profile
Two year factory warranty
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