The Arbor Element is one of the most complete all-mountain intermediate boards on our wall. It comes in either System Camber or System Rocker, so there's an option for everyone. A twin platform with an elongated nose make this a very well rounded and capable board for the rider who does a little of everything or the rider who is still exploring all that snowboarding as to offer. Take it for some park laps, tree runs, or rip some groomers, the Element can do it all. The Element is the first board in the Arbor line to get their patent Powerply wood topsheet. The Powerply is what makes an Arbor board unique from all the others. Utilizing the benefits and personality of the different woods they use to get a performance unlike others. The Element uses the Ash Powerply which gives it an improved snap and power above the Formula as well as a smooth and damp ride.
NOTE: Base colors flip-flop at random. Please contact Berg's for an update on your order regarding color options.
Type of Terrain: All Mountain
Ability Level: Beginner Plus, Intermediate
We Recommend This For
- The beginner plus to intermediate rider who is mastering the blue runs and starting to explore more of what the mountain has to offer. The System Rocker is ideal for the rider who wants a looser or surfier feel in their turns.
- Resort Mountain Twin
- System Rocker
- Flex: 5/10
- Sintered Base
- Grip Tech
- FSC Certified Highland II Core
- Hand Dyed Ash Powerply
- Mixed Glassing
- 360° Fully Wrapped Sidewalls
- Recycled Steel Edges
- Zero Waste Flip-Flop Base
- Factory Tuned
- Made with 100% Solar Power
Resort Mountain Twin
From contact point to contact point the nose and tail are mirrored from the center of the board in both shape and flex, but the nose is a little longer past the contact point to offer better weight distribution in softer snow. Twins of any kind allow you to ride in either direction a little easier. Ideal for freestyle minded riding and perfect for anyone, beginners included, to dial in riding switch for all mountain dominance.
System Rocker (Parabolic Rocker)
Arbor use a unique shaping technique that replaces the single radius arc found in traditional rocker, with a more advanced parabolic profile. The design blends five separate radii to create a parabolic arc, which gradually reduces the amount of rocker toward the tip and tail. In our System Rocker shapes, the design lowers the leading edge to improve edge hold. The System Rocker shapes are for riders who want a surfy ride with natural float, cleaner tracking across the snow, and more care-free turns and spins. Best in class true-rocker edge hold in the steeps, at higher speeds, and through any landing.
A tri–radial sidecut design that is not blended. Natural shaping intersections, that in the past were eliminated, have been transformed into heel and toe contact points that provide a direct and more ergonomic way to grip the snow when additional control is needed.
Hand Dyed Ash Powerply
The wood Powerply is a natural topsheet and is what makes an Arbor snowboard ride like an Arbor snowboard. Bringing the board to life with the natural spring and liveliness of the specific woods used. The ash Powerply is also notable for it's ability to be hand dyed making the Arbor snowboards look like the Arbor snowboards we all love.
A combination of a triax weave and a biax weave lay–up, providing flex where you want it with snap and stability where you need it.
360° Fully Wrapped Sidewalls
Fully wrapped sidewall that eliminates the need for tip fill, while effectively tying the whole snowboard together. A technology that delivers incredibly tight tolerances for improved board life and durability.
|Size (cm)||Waist Width (cm)||Sidecut (m)||Setback (cm)||Rider Weight (lbs)|
|155||25.1||7.75||0||118 - 198|
|157||25.2||7.85||0||122 - 204|
|158 MW||26.1||7.75||0||128 - 208|
Arbor Snowboards, Inc. (“Arbor”) warrants the original retail purchaser that the Arbor snowboard is free of defects in material or workmanship for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase. If the Arbor snowboard is found to be defective, in the judgment of Arbor, in its sole discretion, Arbor’s only responsibility and obligation shall be to repair or replace the defective Arbor snowboard. The Warranty Registration Card should be completed and returned within ten (10) days of the purchase of the Arbor snowboard.