Coda Rocker Snowboard '24
Arbor Coda Rocker Snowboard '24
The ride it all, big mountain twin Coda supports high speeds, big landings, comfortable cruisers, and deep snow. A necessary addition to any all-mountain quiver. This year's Coda features Arbor's R.A.P Rise Above Plastic top to shed snow, and weight, and decrease waste through an evolved building process. Available in both System Camber and System Rocker.
GRIP TECH: Grip Tech creates added heel and toe contact points that dramatically improve edge control on snow and ice. The design creates a more ergonomic and direct connection to the snow for substantially improved handling and response time. The Added contact points make it possible for Arbor to offer Rocker designs that hold an amazing edge and Camber designs that provide cleaner edge performance.
- PARABOLIC PROFILING: ‹¯¨We use a unique shaping technique that replaces the single radius arc found in traditional camber or rocker with a more advanced parabolic profile. The design blends five separate radii together to create a parabolic arc which gradually reduces the amount of rocker or camber toward the tip and tail. In our System Rocker shapes the design lowers the leading edge to improve edge hold. In our System Camber shapes the design makes the leading edge less aggressive for smoother performance. The blended five radii design also drastically improves our ability to tune each shape in our line for ability level, target terrain and riding style.
Our System Rocker shapes are for riders who want:
- A surfy ride with natural float, cleaner tracking across the snow and more care-free turns and spins
- Best in class true-rocker edge hold on the steeps, at higher speeds and through any landing
- FENDER TECH: The edge control creater by Arbor's System platform allows us to add Fenders that slightly lift a board's leading edge off the snow. This dramatically improves the turning, spins, float and tracking on cambered snowboards. Unlike "early rise" or "rockered" nose/tail transition zone, Arbor's Fenders 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 or performance that comes from full-lenth camber. Today, we use Fenders on the majority of our System Camber designs.