The Arbor Veda Splitboard is the board that Marie-France Roy uses to explore the wild terrain of her British Columbia home. Its directional shape loves to be pushed down the fall line, and stays afloat even in the deepest powder, but it also has the precision and dependability to maneuver easily through tight trees and down exposed faces. The Arbor Veda Splitboard is an all-around tool for directional riders to take on everything from demanding backcountry terrain to low angle pow laps.
System Camber – If you want a highly responsive ride, crisp on-edge performance, and more pop for carving and ollies - all with smoother camber performance - then System Camber shapes are for you. The camber progressively reduces toward the tip and tail, making the leading edge less aggressive for cleaner on-snow performance.
5 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff)
0.87 cm Taper
1.5° Uprise Fenders – Arbor’s Fenders are lifted side sections at the tip/tail of the board that create smoother performance without shortening the camber section of the board. As a result, you get a clean ride without any loss of the pop that comes from full-length camber.