CLOVIS

W19

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DETAILS

With its arrowhead tip and non-symmetrical directional twin shape, Clovis is a big mountain magic missile that thrives in steep, deep and spicy situations. Updated for this season with a slightly bigger nose, added width and a shorter, slightly more tapered nose, the Clovis just wants to push the limits even further. Complete with carbon A-Frames that run diagonally towards the center of the board for better control, the Arbor Clovis Snowboard won't shy away from big lines - now it's up to you to drop in.

Rocker Type

The System Rocker – The Rocker System combines a progressive parabolic arc rocker profile with a tri-radial Grip Tech sidecut design. Enjoy more natural and cleaner tracking turns with a high performance surfy ride.

Flex

7 – 1 = Soft, 10 = Stiff

Shape

Non-Symmetrical Twin – A fusion of true-twin on-snow geometry with distinct tip and tail outlines. While dissimilar in shape, the tip and tail share identical widths, heights and lengths, creating a symmetrical twin ride designed for true-cambered freestyle.

Core

Double Barrel I Core LT – Arbor's most versatile core, made from poplar, reinforced with two bamboo struts running down the center of a board, for added longitudinal pop and easy turns.

Laminates

Mixed Glassing – A triax over biax lay-up that's best for versatility: pow, backcountry, groomers, jumps and more.Carbon A-Frames – A carbon fiber insert from the contact points to the inserts, creates structural A-frames for improved torsional performance in the steeps and at speed.

Sidewalls

360° Rails – A 360°, 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.

Base

Sintered Base – A higher molecular weight, sintered base that provides added durability and speed.

Topsheet

American Black Walnut Power Ply – The Power Ply works like an added layer of fiberglass. During construction, the natural wood fibers are turned into a composite layer inside the board.