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Arbor Cask Mens and Womens Snowboard 2019

Arbor Cask Mens and Womens Snowboard 2019

Men or women, if you've been waiting for an all camber, stiffer yet shorter pow board...your dreams might of just come true with Arbor's Cask snowboard. With a Flex rating of 8 out of 10 on the stiff side, a tapered tail and a longer nose the Cask creates a floaty surface area up front while commanding control through slushy chop in a men's and women's board. This single malt poplar core keeps pop'n but loves surfing resort pow. The hand dyed ash power ply, 360 degree rails, the knuckle head tip, a sintered base, mixed glassing, the griptech for extra grip on icy days and uprise fenders complete the list of features for this cambered pow surfer. With the cask underfoot through a multitude of conditions, expect control that matches skill.


Additive: Grip Tech for extra grip on icy days
Base: Sintered Base: is a higher molecular that creates durability and speed.
Camber: Directional Camber
Core Material: Poplar Wood Core
Dimensions: Mens: 150 and Womens:145
Edges: 3 degrees of Uprise Fenders lifting the edges off the snow.
Features: Uprise Fenders: to soften the contact points
Fiberglass: Mixed Glass: Is a triax over a biax for a stiffer topsheet
Flex: Stif Flex of 8 out of 10
Outline: Knucklehead Nose designed for powder penetrating.
Rails: 360 Degree Rails
Recommended Use: Resort Powder
Stance Setback: Setback Nose

Product Details:


Powder boards are for deep days when float is everything. They typically have a more directional outline with more nose area and some nose-to-tail taper to perform better in soft, deep snow. These days most powder boards feature some form of rocker to increase float and maneuverability in soft snow. This is generally found in the nose, but some boards have a tail or full rocker.


As the name indicates, directional boards are designed to be ridden in primarily one direction. The directional shapes are great for freeride and all-mountain models and often feature binding mounts that are set farther back (closer to the tail) with stiffer construction to make them more stable at speed.


This is the classic camber profile for boards. Models with traditional camber curve upward under your feet, typically making them best suited to performance on groomed snow. While models with camber require more effort to turn and may be “catchier” or a little less forgiving that other boards, they offer more pop, precision on hard snow, and edge contact and hold. They also provide increased stability at speed, making the traditional camber profile well-suited to all-mountain and carve-oriented boards.



This is the category that most boards fall into. Taking into account all riders and styles, these boards are made with various camber profiles to go everywhere.
Arbor Cask Mens and Womens Snowboard Colors Available:


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