Arbor Roundhouse - 2010

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The Roundhouse has all of the responsiveness, edge hold and straight-lining stability Arbor snowboards are renowned for in a wider package for the larger footed rider… and clowns.

Manufacturer's Description:

An advanced all-mountain board built wide to support larger feet, yet designed with a structural bamboo top to create an energetic, narrow-board feel. This directional bomber delivers powerful initiation, return, and control – lap the park, slash the steeps, punch through the biggest pow turns.

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

Year: 2010


Available Lengths (cm):
159, 163, 167


Riding Style:
All Mountain


Specifications:

Bamboo topsheet
Rocket sintered base
Voodoo wood core (100% TDS Poplar)
Progressive tri-radial
Blended Urethane / ABS sidewalls
Hi-load tri-axial glass
Carbon stringers
FSC sustainable wood
Medium core taper
Two year factory warranty


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Arbor Roundhouse

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What colour is snow?

Josh Smith on October 11, 2010 at 06:47 AM

Bought this board a few months ago, and as soon as the snow started falling headed up the mountain to test it and boy was I impressed. Having a size 13 foot usually means having a big heavy, relatively slow board, but this board had all the pop and responsiveness I needed. Love riding it, and once its done and dusted i’ll mount it on the wall at home as a piece of art.

Fantastic board, and will definitely buy Arbor boards again.

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