Arbor Relapse - 2013


Lots of more experienced snowboarders who rode a snowboard before the “Great Reverse Camber Boom” of 2009 have been a gradually but steadily returning to good ol’ camber. Nobody can deny that rocker is a ton of fun, but when it comes to pop, edge hold and back-seat landings, there’s nothing quite like having a cambered board under your feet. The appropriately named Arbor Relapse is a reference to the old way of building boards, but with most up-to-date materials and technologies. The Relapse has a soft to medium flex and a twin shape so it’ll be at home in the park, the mid-wide waist caters for those with a US size 10 to 12 boot.

Manufacturer's Description:

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

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

Year: 2013

Available Lengths (cm):
151, 155, 159

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


2x4 14-Pack Inserts
Bio-Film - hi-gloss film, 30% bio-plastic
Power Ply Topsheet
Butter Glassing - biax over biax
BL3 Progressive Sidecut - blended tri-radial design
Medicine Core - 100% FSC certified poplar
Rhythm Walls - ABS and urethane
Recycled Steel Edges - 60% recycled
Fusion Base - extruded

Similar boards: Arbor Del Rey - 2013 Nitro T1.5 - 2013 Bataleon Whatever - 2012 Bataleon Evil Twin - 2012 Bataleon Evil Twin Classic - 2012

Arbor Relapse Snowboard
Arbor Relapse Snowboard
Arbor Relapse Snowboard
Arbor Relapse

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