Arbor Coda Camber 19/20
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|Style||All-Mountain, Freeride, Carve|
The Coda is a first-class, versatile mountain twin; a high-end verision of the Shiloh, distinguished by upgraded features such as Arbor's classic American Black Walnut Powerply and Arbor's all-new “Rise Above Plastics” Topless Technology. This newly developed R.A.P. Topless Technology allows us to move one step closer to a product made of fully recyclable and bio-degradable materials. Additional upgraded features include Arbor's most premium Sintered Base with Arbor's most environmentally friendly base construction process, Zero Waste Base die-swap. The Coda is available in both System Rocker and System Camber technologies. The System Rocker design provides a surfy ride with natural float and cleaner tracking. The System Camber design offers a poppy ride with crisp, fully engaged performance.
- The Camber System
The Camber System design offers a poppy ride with crisp, fully engaged performance.
- Parabolic profiling
The system utilizes rocker or camber profiles created using the parabolic arc, which progressively reduces the amount of rocker or camber toward the tip and tail of a snowboard. This creates low, more effective profiles. On our rocker system designs, parabolic profiling ensures the outside contact points are close enough to the snow to engage when maximum performance is required – higher speeds, fully loaded turns, and bigger landings. On camber system designs, this guarantees the outside contact points do not dig too far into the snow, creating a cleaner, less catchy performance that makes it easier to turn, spin, and ride fast.
- Thunderhead Nose
Big-mountain versatility & speed in the deepest snow.
- Double barrel II
Our most progressive core, made from poplar, reinforced with bamboo running along the rails for added torsional response and serious big mountain riding. Every arbor snowboard is made with a full-length, sustainably sourced wood core. Each core is custom built and cnc shaped for a specific model and size. The extra effort helps guarantee the tolerance, flex, and finish quality of every arbor snowboard produced. New for 2019, all boards featuring a power ply topsheet also feature lighter, carefully selected poplar in their respective cores, resulting in a noticeable reduction in weight across a variety of models. These cores can be identified in each boards notable features with the “lt” designation after the core name.
- Sintered base
A higher molecular weight, sintered base that provides added durability and speed.
- Mixed glassing
A triax over biax lay–up that’s best for versatility: pow, backcountry, groomers, jumps, and more.
- American Black Walnut Powerply
The Power Ply works like an added layer of fiberglass. During construction, the natural wood or bamboo fibers are turned into a composite layer inside the board, but the process takes time.
- R.A.P Topless Technology
A build process in which we eliminate the need for our Bio-Plastic Topsheet, creating a lighter, more eco-friendly ride.
- Entropy Bio Resin
All Powerplys and R.A.P. Topless Tech veneers are made with Entropy Bio-Resin, a replacement for traditional petroleum based resin that doesn’t affect performance or usability. The ingredients that go into Entropy Bio-Resin are sourced as co-products or waste products of other industrial processes and are manufactured employing green chemistry techniques that reduce the carbon footprint of the material by up to 40% (when compared to its petroleum based equivalent).
- 360 rails
A 360–degree, fully wrapped sidewall that eliminates the need for tip fill, while effectively tying the whole snowboard together. A technology that delivers incredibly tight tolerances for improved board life and durability.
Grip tech is a tri–radial sidecut design that is not “blended.” Natural shaping intersections, that in the past were eliminated, have been transformed into heel and toe contact points that provide a direct, more ergonomic way to grip the snow when additional control is needed. The extra contacts also form pivot zones that make turning easier and more natural. Grip tech effectively moves a board’s primary interface with the snow underfoot, allowing us to deliver designs that don’t lose performance as we lift leading sections of the effective edge from the snow for a less grabby ride. Those designs include rocker, or camber with our new uprise fenders. Uprise fenders pull the outside contact zones off the snow with angled 3º risers on all camber system designs.
|Arbor Coda Camber 18/19 Sizechart|
|Effective Edge (mm)||1145||1172||1199||1208||1226|
|Tip Width (mm)||290.1||292.7||295.3||304.7||298|
|Waist Width (mm)||249.5||251||252.5||261.5||254|
|Tail Width (mm)||290.1||292.7||295.3||304.7||298|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||8.55 / 7.65 / 8.55||8.7 / 7.8 /8.7||8.85 / 7.95 / 8.85||8.9 / 8 / 8.9||9 / 8.1 / 9|
|Stance Setback (in)||0||0||0||0||0|
|Stance Setback (mm)||0||0||0||0||0|