Arbor Relapse - 2012


It wasn’t going to be long before cambered snowboards became the fashion again, so many pros are switching back that it’s becoming an epidemic. And the reason? They all want a piece of that lively ride and predictable edge hold. The Relapse is catering for all those people never managed to beat that camber addiction. Its mid-soft flex and true twin shape make it ideal for the park and the mid-wide waist keeps it exclusive to those with bigger feet.

Manufacturer's Description:

The classic mid-wide jump board for the more advanced rider; the Relapse provides massive amounts of power and durability for anyone committed to or coming back to camber-based park riding, expect old school ollie, spin, take-off and landing performance.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding High cost snowboard Available in MidWide Camber construction Twin shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 155, 159

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Med-Soft Flex
Wood Power Ply
Fusion Base
Medicine Core

Similar boards: Nitro Rook - 2012 Burton Honcho - 2012 Stepchild JP Walker - 2012 Salomon Popstar - 2012

Arbor Relapse Snowboard
Arbor Relapse Snowboard
Arbor Relapse Snowboard
Arbor Relapse

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