I really like that Coda, sweet graphic. do you have any feedback on how it performs?
hear say only really. This is my second arbor board though the westmark and now the coda, have the 08 westmark it was a great board and i still ride it but i got it at the time cause i wanted to get more into park(that was a mistake, can ride park but it gets old fast for me.), waiting for the season to pick up before bringing out the new girl.
2013 Arbor Coda Used and Reviewed «
"Flex: Softer in the nose then stiffening up under foot and in the tail. Little bit of give torsionally to allow for center twisting when initiating turns.
Stability: The nose had a bit of chatter but over all this board is stable but lively.
Ollies: You can load up the tips and snap. Granted the tail will have more snap than the nose due to the flex.
Pop On Jumps: You can send a jump on this board without a problem.
Butterability: The nose being softer lets you play around on that a bit better than the tail.
Jibbing: It’ll get the job done but you have to put a bit more effort into it.
Carving: You can rail a turn underfoot due to the griptech. This board is at home laying carves all the way down the mountain.
Rider in Mind: Someone that doesn’t want a twin and will ride the whole mountain.
Personal Thoughts: This board really hasn’t changed since the last time I reviewed it. It’s still a consistently solid ride that can handle it all. If anything I would say it’s a slightly directional Westmark or Blacklist in how it rides albeit with just a bit more give in the nose."