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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-06-2010, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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Arbor mountain system?

I have done lots of research and have narrowed my decision down to a either a Never Summer SL or an Arbor Element RX as my next stick. Based on everything I have read about Never Summers rc technology I think that this hyrbid camber fits my needs nicely (versatile all mountain board that can handle the park but kill it in powder). My question is how similar to NS rc tech is Arbor's rx tech? I can't seem to find a straight forward answer on the website. Is the element rx a hybrid camber board or is it just a straight rocker?

Also i'd appreciate anyone's 2 cents on which board they prefer. Thanks gents
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Looks like it's just rocker.
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Yeah. It's just a rocker. I have one of the Arbor Mountain System boards though, and I have to say, for what I've ridden it on so far (hard-packed and ice for the most part), it has performed extremely well. The contact points at the bindings really help the edge catch even on some pretty nasty ice. I haven't ridden any powder yet, but I'm assuming it'll perform even better on that due to being a rocker. Good luck with whatever you decide to go with!
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