You have to be a snowboarding matador to tame this beast! Carbon fibre reinforced trusses, heavy load tri-axial glass and a cork/poplar laminated core for unbeatable damping, the Nightrain crams all of Arbors’ highend features into one superior pipe smokin mountain murderer. In the words of the Prince of Darkness, ‘All aboard the Nightrain!’.
An advanced design for high-speed assaults and superpipe expression sessions – this directional-twin loads and releases power on demand. Our most technical core and a structural bird’s eye maple top deliver unmatched stability, a crisp, animated ride, and a powerful edge in the steeps or in transition.
Available Lengths (cm):
155, 158, 161
Structural wood topsheet
Rocket sintered base
Druid wood core (Poplar/Cork laminated core)
Blended Urethane / ABS sidewalls
Hi-load tri-axial glass
Carbon fibre trusses
FSC sustainable wood
Diamondwood reinforced rails
Two year factory warranty
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