Arbor Sin Nombre 2018
The 2018 Arbor Sin Nombre is a tough and stable board that is made for hard and fast charging. The System Camber gives you stability and edge hold, while the stiff flex mean you can smash through all kinds of snow and handle the biggest jumps and landings. The Sin Nombre also has Grip Tech, which gives you some extra contact points under your feet, so you can rely on your edges even if the snow is icy and windblown.
Camber Type: System Camber
The System Camber profile is a parabolic design, that gives you the familiar ride of traditional camber, with a slightly less aggressive ride. The contact points don't dig too far into the snow, which gives you stable and solid ride, that will hold a good edge even in hardpacked snow.
Flex: 8/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff)
A stiff flex rating, that is perfect for hard charging riders that need to get the most from their boards. Smash through chopped up snow at high speed with no effort.
Shape: Mountain Twin
Core: Single Malt Core
Made from sustainably grown poplar, it is a light and durable core.
Base: Sintered Base
A tough base and user friendly base, that is lightweight and doesn't need much maintenance. Just get out there and ride.
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.
Carbon Crossbeam - A carbon crossbeam in the shape of an "X" runs over the whole board to give you maximum torsional performance.
Mixed Glassing - Triax over Biax layup that gives you the best versatility for more aggressive riding.
Steelhead Tip Profile - A fish shaped nose that gives you extra control and float for riding steep and deep terrain.
Boards Lengths: 154cm, 157cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
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