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Arbor snowbaords????

Does anybody have a word on the Arbor snowboards, i.e. how they ride, quality etc.

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Does anybody have a word on the Arbor snowboards, i.e. how they ride, quality etc.

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I love my Roundhouse. Easiest, most responsive, and agile wide board I've ever been on.

And it just looks beauti-fucking-ful.

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thanks,have you by chance ever tried out the Ride DH2, compared to the Roundhouse?
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My buddy that I ride with has an Arbor A-Frame and he abosolutely loves it. The pop is awesome, and loves carving on it (its a 70/30 directional).

And yes, it's one of the nicest boards that I have ever seen. He gets stopped by people on the mountain all the time to ask about it.
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thanks,have you by chance ever tried out the Ride DH2, compared to the Roundhouse?
Can't say I have. Sorry.

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Are the Arbor boards pretty resilient/durable?

Take yourself to higher places.
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I'd buy an Abacus if I had the money. I've only ridden Arbor once, but the board was great and you'd be hard-pressed to find anything that looks better.

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why the arbucas?? Do you know which of there boards have rocker??? I'm wanting to try out a rocker board this year for all mountain freeriding.
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does the roundhouse have rocker?? kinda of confused about which of their boards have it.
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