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Snowboard Arbor Veda Camber

Collection winter 2024

Proven ability on the steepest pitches of the mountain, tallest climbs, and heaviest handrails, Marie-France Roy continues to reach new heights as… detailed description

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Arbor Veda Camber Women's Snowboard

Proven ability on the steepest pitches of the mountain, tallest climbs, and heaviest handrails, Marie-France Roy continues to reach new heights as she gets closer to her inevitable legend status. Her riding is a constant evolution that pushes the boundaries of the industry and the product she designs.

The one board for all; Marie wields her signature Veda for the 2023/24 season on Arbor's System Camber platform with 1.5-degree uprise fenders that provide the float, turn initiation, and edge hold she desires for an advanced freeride feel. Built sustainably on the Carbonized Bamboo Powerply Topsheet and made complete featuring art by Carlos Mack. Now available in larger sizes!

Specifications

  • Flex: 7/10
  • Powder: 5/5
  • Big Mountain: 5/5
  • Resort: 4/5
  • Park + Street: 2/5
  • Carbonized Bamboo Powerplay: US Lacey Act compliant, highly renewable fast-growing grass, sustainably harvested, carbonized to create deep amber color.
  • System Camber: camber that is known and loved for good control and perfect edge hold even in the sharpest curves
  • Grip Tech: technology adds contact points at the tip and tail for better control of the board when edging on snow and ice. A more ergonomic and direct connection of the snowboard to the snow for better control and response.
  • 1,5° Fenders: raised contact zones for better carving and powder floating
  • Highland II Core: Hand-picked from the lightest and highest-quality paulownia, a lighter and more responsive version of the Highland Core is known for its highly reliable return and long life.
  • Sintered Base: A higher molecular weight, sintered base that provides added durability and speed.
  • Manufactured with 100% Solar Energy
  • Mixed Glassing: A triax over biax lay–up that’s best for versatility: pow, backcountry, groomers, jumps, and more.
  • Recycled ABS: Used recycled materials for sustainability of Arbor's products.
  • Bio-Resin: A replacement for traditional petroleum based resin that does not affect performance or usability. The ingredients that go into Entropy Bio Resin are obtained as by-products or waste products from other industrial processes and are produced using green chemistry techniques that reduce the material's carbon footprint by up to 40% compared to petroleum-derived equivalents.
  • Wend Natural Wax: All Arbor snowboards are immediately ready to ride thanks to a layer of Wend Natural Wax.
  • 360° Fully Wrapped Sidewalls: 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.
  • Factory Tuned: Detuned tip and tail contact points on all of Arbor's snowboards and splitboards for a catch-free ride before they leave the factory.
  • Recycled Steel Edges: Highly durable, recycled steed edges embody two of Arbor’s key values: quality and sustainability.
  • .8 cm Taper: A shaping technique that narrows the profile of the snowboard towards the rear contact points. Tapered snowboards will have a wider nose and narrower tail, allowing the tail of the board to sink in deeper snow creating natural float and cleaner tracking.
  • 2x4 14 Pack Inserts
Snowboard Arbor Veda Camber 2024

Parameters

145 150 154 157 159 162W
Rider's Weight (kg) 35-72 39-75 43-79 55-92 59-95 62-98
Effective edge (cm) 106.4 109 114.5 116.55 118.35 120.2
Nose width (cm) 28.15 28.59 28.94 29.97 30.14 31.35
Waist width (cm) 24.15 24.4 24.6 25.55 25.65 26.8
Tail width (cm) 27.32 27.75 28.1 29.12 29.29 30.5
Sidecut (m) 7.25 7.5 7.7 7.85 7.95 8.1
Set back (mm) 20 20 20 20 20 20
Center stance (cm) 50.8 50.8 50.8 50.8 50.8 50.8
Stiffness 7 7 7 7 7 7
Inserts 4×2 / 4×4 4×2 / 4×4 4×2 / 4×4 4×2 / 4×4 4×2 / 4×4 4×2 / 4×4

How to choose a snowboard

When choosing a snowboard, it is important that it matches the level and experience of the rider and his overall physical constitution - i.e. height and weight. A beginner with no previous experience should choose a snowboard that is not too specific in its parameters for a specific snowboarding style.

Advanced riders usually prefer a specific style – freeride (freeride / pow), freestyle (park riding on obstacles, jumps) or universal/allround (riding on the slope).

VIDEO: How to Choose a Snowboard

 

The Length of the Snowboard

The length of the snowboard should generally be up to the chin. If the rider is still expected to grow, the size should be chosen between the chin and the nose. For freestyle you can choose a slightly shorter board, but this is not a rule. A board that is too short could make you oversteer in a turn, while a board that is too long makes it difficult to transition into a turn and is generally harder to control.

Weight of the Rider

Each snowboard has a specific weight tolerance - the range of minimum and maximum rider weight. When choosing a snowboard, it is important to consider whether the rider is within this weight tolerance or not. If the rider is too light for the chosen snowboard, they will not flex enough in the turn, will not ride the full length of the effective edge and will not take advantage of the board's characteristics. Riders weighing above the weight tolerance risk overloading the snowboard or damaging it.

If you're not sure if the snowboard you've chosen suits your weight, ask us!

The Width of the Snowboard

The width of the snowboard is also an important parameter. It is important that the rider does not reach the toes or heels of the boots to the slope when riding in an arc. Riders with a boot size of UK 10.5 (EUR 45) and larger should look for wide versions of snowboards. With such a board they will be able to cut arcs without grinding the slope with their toes. There are also snowboards in mid-wide (slightly wider boards) and superwide (wide boards for really big feet) versions.

Flex (Stiffness and Flexibility) of the Snowboard

Softer boards are more suitable for beginners, are easier to control and forgive more mistakes. They are also sought after by freestyle riders who spend most of their time jibbing (riding over obstacles). However, at faster speeds, a soft snowboard is no longer obedient in the arc and cannot bounce as nimbly as a stiffer board.

Stiffer boards require experienced, fast to aggressive riding. When ridden fast, it holds better on edge and overall on frozen surfaces. The choice of a very stiff snowboard depends on the rider's experience, riding style as well as weight - lighter riders should opt for a softer snowboard instead. Not sure how stiff your snowboard is? Ask us!

Women's Snowboards

Women's snowboards take into account the specifics of the female figure. Girls have a different centre of gravity than men, their feet are smaller and their height/weight ratio is also different. All these differences are reflected in the geometry and construction of women's snowboards.

Women's snowboards are narrower, usually softer, and inserts are moved a few millimetres closer to the centre compared to the men's version.

Types of Snowboard Bends

Another criterion when choosing a new snowboard is also the type of bend, such as camber, rocker, flat and various hybrid bends such as 3D camber, double camber etc. The best way to know the type is to put the snowboard on a flat floor and look at its profile to see where it is bent and which parts of the base are touching the ground.

A beginner will be most comfortable with a rocker that is more forgiving of mistakes. The opposite camber bend is better suited for more experienced riders, as it can bite the edge more easily, so it's good to have the snowboard under maximum control, and it has more pop and more precise control over the rocker. The flat shape with almost zero flex provides stability in all terrain, but is most used in snowpark. The hybrid flex is a combination of camber and rocker together, making it a versatile all-mountain board.

Balance of Components

The individual components of the snowboard equipment should be balanced. High-end snowboard assumes a higher model of bindings and snowboard boots. The equipment should be a balanced unit. Manufacturers often list recommended combinations of components in their catalogues and websites.

If you're buying a whole set of gear, it's a good idea to start by choosing your boots. Depending on the size, shape, thickness and possibly the brand of the snowboard boots, the appropriate bindings will be chosen.

For the maximum life of your snowboard, it's a good idea to follow a few rules and tips - these can be found in the article Snowboard maintenance: base and edge care.

Arbor Veda Camber

Snowboard Arbor Veda Camber

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