Arbor Element Wide 2018

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The 2018 Arbor Element Wide is the board that launched the Arbor brand. Made to be the perfect all mountain design, it has the System Rocker profile, a medium flex rating and reinforced core that has been matched up with a fast sintered base to give you an all-terrain machine with the classic Arbor look.

A wide version, best for guys with a size 11 boot or bigger.

Key Features

Camber Type: System Rocker

The System Rocker profile is designed to give you a surfy ride, that floats easily and rides smoothly. Arbor's rocker profile is a parabolic design, that means that the amount of rocker is reduced at the nose and tail of the board. When you are are riding hard and fast, the extra control and grip is right there when you need it.

Flex: 6/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff)

A medium flex rating, that will give you solid performance no matter how hard you ride it.

Shape: Mountain Twin

Core: Double Barrel Core

Made from poplar wood, that has been reinforced with bamboo that runs along the rails to handle serious big-mountain riding.

Base: Sintered Base

A high end, dense sintered base that is durable and will keep you moving fast.

Additional Features:

Grip Tech - The sidecut design is made up of three different shapes, that aren't blended together. Because they aren't blended together, they give you extra contact points on the heel and toe side of the board, so you have extra grip and control under your feet, that also makes turning smoother and easier.

Knucklehead Tip Profile - Ann all-mountain design, that has some extra float in deep powder.


Boards Lengths: 158cm Wide, 162 cm Wide

Stance Set Back: 0mm

Waist Width:

(158cm) 260mm

(162cm) 262mm

Recommended Rider Weight:

(158cm) 56-93kg

(162cm) 62-98kg

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