The updated Arbor Coda Snowboard is a big mountain board for aggressive riders who ride on and off the piste. The Coda features a new tip and tail shape which is narrow on the sides while remaining blunt at the tips. This updated shape promotes float and speed when you're cruising through powder. The Coda is designed with Arbor's Mountain System Rocker which gives you longer tips to increase float and a directional twin-shape that excels when your flying down steep terrain. Whether you're dodging trees in the sidecountry, flying through powder in the backcountry, or cruising down groomers, the Arbor Coda Snowboard can handle it all.
System Rocker A "True-Rocker" design based on the parabolic arc; a shape that gradually reduces the amount of rocker toward the tips. This ensures that the outside contact points are close enough to the snow to reengage when maximum edge control is needed: Loaded Turns, higher speeds, bigger landings. Arbor's parabolic rocker provides an additional layer of on-demand edge control, without sacrificing any true-rocker performance.
Medium Flex A responsive flex that remains playful and forgiving enough for a fun ride that can handle any terrain.
Directional-Twin Shape A directional twin shape with a slightly drawn out nose, perfect for on-mountain, backcountry, and deep snow performance
UN3 Progressive Sidecut (Grip Tech) Unblended tri-radial, better turning, initiation, stability. Grip Tech is a sidecut design that creates four additional contact points under foot for significantly improved, more direct edge control. The new contacts also create heel and toe pivot points that make turning faster and more efficient. Grip-Tech allows Arbor to offer a "True-Rocker" profile with powerful edge control, and thus preserve the full range of associated performance benefits. Grip-Tech also allows riders with larger feet (up to US men's 12) to ride standard width shapes.
Mystic Core A light grade of FSC poplar reinforced with two tip-to-tail bamboo axels; lively, durable, and fun
Mixed Glassing A triax over biax lay-up that's best for versatile on-mountain and park riding.
Rhythm Walls An advanced blend of ABS and urethane; deliver durability and a clean, acoustically damp ride.
Progression Base A high molecular weight, continuous sintered material that provides durability and reduced weight.
Recycled Steel Edges Max edge durability and performance, made with 60% recycled hardened steel.
Bio-Film Hi-gloss film, 30% bio-plastic, protects top while replacing biologically harmful clear coat.
Power Ply Topsheet Sustainably sourced structural wood, delivers improved return, durability, and weight.
Art by Eric Waetzig
2 x 4 14-Pack Insterts Provide a wide stance range and micro adjustability; max stance 24.4" / 62 cm.
|Effective Edge (mm)||1172||1190||1208||1226|
|Tip Width (mm)||292.7||294.5||296.2||298|
|Waist Width (mm)||251||252||253||254|
|Tail Width (mm)||292.7||294.5||296.2||298|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||8.7/7.8/8.7||8.8/7.9/8.8||8.9/8.0/8.9||9.0/8.1/9.0|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||122-202||126-206||130-210||134-214|
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Comments about Arbor Coda Snowboard 2014:
The coda is best in powder. On icy days consider bringing a regular camber board. This board is incredible in powder. This board has incredible pop. This board is incredible in the backcountry. This board basically turns the backcountry into a huge park. Excellent board would recommend to anyone who is intermediate and up.