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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-13-2009, 08:00 PM Thread Starter
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Arbor boards > art.

There is an old belief among artists that REAL art can never truly perform a useful task. Thus, cars and snowboards are not technically art. I call those people snobs.

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Savior that topsheet it chips pretty easily.
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God i love the look of Arbor boards...

I would have gotten a Roundhouse or something like that instead of my SL-R but all of Arbors boards are too large for me @ 140lbs...

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Its really nice. (But I heard that because of the pretty wood inlays and stuff it makes them heavier?)
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God i love the look of Arbor boards...

I would have gotten a Roundhouse or something like that instead of my SL-R but all of Arbors boards are too large for me @ 140lbs...
Isn't the Roundhouse a wide board? I seriously considered one, but I thought it was wide so I wrote it off. Best looking board available if you ask me.

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RIDE IT!!!!

Nice, what year is your Element?

I have an 07 Roundhouse - yes the Roundhouse is a wide board and serves me well. I have yet to chip the top sheet after taking it out maybe 5 times.

Also - the Arbor boards are pretty light.
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It's an 08/09
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Arbors are amazing. The A-Frame is my favorite, followed by the Roundhouse, which my husband owns. It's a wide board, which is why he chose it. I have the Eden. Her name is Ari.
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I frigging love Arbor's graphics. If I ever move out west I'm definitely getting one of their freeride boards.
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