Deep powder, tight trees, technical steeps, carvable groomers and big backcountry kickers, the Arbor Coda snowboard handles it all with grace
Parabolic rocker shape grips the terrain for maximum edge control; this means loaded turns, higher speeds and bigger landings
Rocker-specific flex pattern enhances the ride on this de-cambered board, easing turns, spins and presses
Grip Tech sidecut makes 4 points of contact underfoot for improved and direct edge control; contact points create heel and toe pivot points for faster, more efficient turning
Directional twin shape equalizes stance to activate the contact points underfoot and enhance the rocker; longer nose offers easier riding in deeper snow
Forest Stewardship Council certified for sustainable production, this poplar core with bamboo reinforcements along the rails is made for aggressive, big mountain riding
Bamboo power plies act like a third layer of fiberglass to structurally enhance the board; this composite layer maximizes return and improves durability
Topsheet features a protective ultrathin finish, made from a castor-bean-based bio-plastic, that guards against damage caused by loose bindings and unforeseen impacts
ABS/urethane blend sidewall construction provides maximum durability and excellent edge control
With a high molecular weight, the wax-infused sintered base provides unmatched durability and speed
Built with 60% recycled steel edges for maximum durability and performance
Arbor Coda snowboard artwork by James Dawe
Snowboard deck and base colors may vary from online photo
Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
by Pedro78fromThe Coda is a great all around board!!!Listen the Coda is not the top of the Arbor line but it can hang in there very well! This board is fun, has a lot of pop, and you can turn very easily! If you want to really be dedicated to the sport, are tired of renting and want an all around board, this is a great option! They do consider this board an all mountain but I think is more freestyle than an true all mountain... So if you are a groomer and love deep powder you be better of with the Arbor Element, but if you are a beginner/intermediate with aspirations of becoming a better ridder this is a GREAT board, don't hesitate is a great buy!
Date published: 2013-02-18
Rated 5out of5
by Powder BarbiefromGreat all around board!I am a tall all mountain rider. Since most women's boards are too short for me to ride, I choose to ride the Arbor Coda. It has everything I'm looking for, is easy to maneuver and has the flexibility that a girl on a men's board needs. My husband rides this as well and wouldn't trade it for anything because it has the durability that he needs.
Date published: 2013-02-20
Rated 2out of5
by GanskifromLed zeppelin's coda is more durableThis is a fun board made for everyday charging. It's light, got a lot of pop and carves great. Too bad it will probably only last about 15 days depending on how you ride. It already looks worse than my ns sl that's got 10 times as many days. The top sheet dings up incredibly well and it's not hard to get a deep gouge in the base . I think arbor got it right the for the design just wrong for the construction I wish they could beef it up and make one hell of a product.
Date published: 2012-12-27
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