Arbor Formula - 2011


All those people who thought Arbor had forgotten about the beginners and intermediates, it appears Arbor have the Formula. A glug of top notch Elan construction, a handful of entry level materials, a splash of progressive rocker profile and a generous helping of Grip Tech edges equal a board that beginners can’t help but learn on.

Manufacturer's Description:

Upward Mobility

An accessible, all-mountain rockered cruiser that’s easy to turn and ideal to learn on and grow with.  This Austrian-made confidence builder is designed to be foremost fun to ride, while providing the affordability and performance you seek.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for freeride riding Medium cost snowboard Rocker construction Directional twin shape Green or Eco Friendly construction

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
148, 152, 155, 158, 161

Riding Style: All Mountain


Fusion extruded base
Mission core (FSC Poplar & recycled wood composite)
Mountain stance
Parabolic rocker profile
Medium flex
Unblended radial sidecut
Grip-Tech edges

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