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The Absolute Guide to Arbor Snowboards Camber Profiles

Here you will find technical explanations and diagrams of the different camber profiles offered by Arbor snowboards enabling you to understand the different features and benefits so you can pick a board perfect for your style of riding.

Arbor Positive Camber

The Arbor Positive camber profile offers the best turn initiation, energy transmission and stability on landings over any other shape on the market. You also get superior pop to other shapes due to the recoil properties of a positive camber. If you are into all mountain cruising, pipe riding, aggressive freestyle, big kickers or generally just want a more stable snowboard, then positive camber is the best way to go.

Arbor Parabolic Camber

The Arbor Parabolic camber profile has a large section of reverse camber in between the bindings with a mellow section of reverse camber on the nose and tail. All mountain hit everything camber, float in powder, loose ride on flat with excellent edge hold when you need it, buttery yet still able to absorb even the biggest landings.

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