The Arbor Push snowboard provides a surflike ride that is ready for all-mountain terrain.
This directional board has a medium flex and provides energetic initiation, reliable control and the ability to express a clean line in all conditions
Certified by the Forest Stewardship Council for sustainable production, this core is the most versatile core made by Arbor, offering reliable return and durability
Bamboo power plies act like a third layer of fiberglass to structurally enhance the board; this composite layer maximizes return and improves durability
ABS/urethane blend sidewall construction provides maximum durability and excellent edge control
Board's core profile is slightly thinner and tapered in between the bindings to enhance mountain and park performance
High-load glassing (triax over biax) provides the best on-edge performance for pipes, corners, steeps, carving and speed
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
Durable and highly-porous sintered base lowers friction between board and snow, keeping you moving fast in all types of conditions; stone-ground finish is ride ready
Steel edges are 60% recycled material and offer maximum durability and performance
Arbor Push snowboard artwork by Rachel Kim
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.
Please note: Arbor products can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
Comments about Arbor Push Snowboard - Women's - 2012/2013:
I love this board. I always would sneak my sister's Arbor Push to ride, but her year 09/10 (?) seems to be a bit more sturdy. My first day on this board took a deep scratch to its core and got dinged up on the nose. Both happened on one single ride down. Take in mind, there wasn't a great base layer of snow, early in the season and I was determined to get some powder (which I did). However, it definitely ruined my day after discovering the damage. But you know what they say...now that its "broken" I don't have to be constantly worried about keeping it in pristine condition, but can ride as hard as I want.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend