Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada
  • Price: £360
  • Sizes: 143, 147, 149.5, 153, 155, 158.5
  • Width: Normal
  • Flex: 4
  • Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada
  • Rider: Jonaven Morre  /  Photographer: Jeff Patterson  /  Location: Revelstoke, Canada

They say: The perfect platform for kinking or pressing any feature.

We say: Pitched at the jibby end of the all-mountain spectrum, this board’s soft flexand rocker profile might mean it’s less stable at speed but make buttering easy and help you recover sketched landings.

Tester says: Bronze edges make it more forgiving on rails.

About Arbor

  • Building boards since: 1995
  • HQ: Venice, CA, USA
  • History lesson: Founded in 1995 by a group of California shred-heads, Arbor set out to be as green as they possibly could right from day one. Of course, this was back when very few people had heard of global warming, and the greenhouse effect was something that happened when you hot-boxed your mate’s Fiesta. Being environmentally friendly wasn’t in vogue (or in Vogue for that matter) like it is now. Arbor, with its green concerns, tree logo and use of natural materials, was originally ridden mostly by hippies. Increasingly though, as green has become more mainstream in snowboarding, the company has started to shed its hippy image and produce some sick jib sticks alongside its surfer-ish powder boards.
  • Ridden by: The kind of Obama-voting Colorado native who lives in a log cabin somewhere out in the backcountry and grows their own vegetables.