Arbor Roundhouse - 2011


Arbor all-mountain versatility means, you can ride this board like you’ve been fired out of a canon. The Roundhouse is designed to provide aggressive snowboards with larger feet who like to thrash everything with a snowboard that rides the lot. This year’s Roundhouse takes it’s graphic influence from Central America instead of 2010’s Far East theme.

Manufacturer's Description:

Punch on Through

An advanced all-mountain bomber that’s built wide to support larger feet, yet designed to provide the quickness of a narrower board; lap the park, slash the steeps, cruise the trees, punch through big pow turns - versatility.

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: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
159, 163, 167

Riding Style: All Mountain


Wood Power Ply
Rocket sintered base
Voodoo core (FSC Poplar)
Mountain stance
Cambered profile
Directional shape
Medium Flex
Carbon fibre stringers

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What colour is powder?

Cameron Hewett on December 15, 2010 at 11:57 PM

Hey guys, I looked on the forums for some specific info about this board and I haven’t been able to find that information. I know Arbor has a “roots” persona about themselves but that they’ve also progressed to keep up with jib and park boards. I’m mainly a pow and natural jib rider but I’m finding it hard to get a board that meets at the middle. Obviously the Roundhouse rips powder and anything else natural you throw at it, but will it hold well in the park? Not anything street, but rails, boxes, walls, etc.