Arbor Cask – TransWorld SNOWboarding Powder Board Reviews 2018-2019

The Cask is a new shape from Arbor based on the notion that there is more than one way to achieve float. In the Cask’s case, surface area—which translates to float—is achieved more through width than length. Available in a 145 and 150, with waists that sit slightly below and above the 27-centimeter mark, respectively, this board is short and wide. With around two centimeters of taper, and a prominent nose, the Cask is certainly a powder-oriented ride. But with positive camber running tip to tail, complemented by slightly elevated contacts points that help alleviate hangups, and extra contact points that increase edgehold, the Cask can hang after the fresh is chewed up.

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Cody Kennedy 60 (STUDENT) says:

I’ve been snowboarding for 8 years and I’m only 12 and now I want this board a hell of a lot

mougabo says:

Is there a written review of powder boards for this year on your website ?

Kris Kringle says:

Damn what’s next?! Hover boards?

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