The Arbor Wasteland Snowboard is Arbor’s flagship board big mountain charger snowboard design. The Wasteland features Arbor’s Mountain System Rocker aka FULL ROCKER which gives the board longer tips and a directional twin shape for superior float and go-anywhere versatility.
Arbor Wasteland Review
I rode this board for 3 straight big powder days and it responded exactly as advertised. Featuring Arbor’s most valuable tech, the Wasteland will destroy everything from groomers to untouched pow.
Cutting edge performance and versatility, there is no board that will give you the power and confidence that the Arbor Wasteland can provide.
Arbor’s flagship snowboard blends the most current thinking in big mountain design with our tried and true System set of rocker technologies to deliver cutting-edge performance and versatility. Go anywhere in or out-of-bounds and ride with the powerful confidence that only the Arbor Wasteland provides.
With a rocker profile, new tip and tail shape, and a medium flex that gives you control and stability on the steeps, the flagship Arbor Wasteland snowboard is ready to lay waste to untouched slopes. I had the opportunity to ride this board with a stiffer binding and it really handled well in the deep snow.
The Arbor Wasteland was a fantastic board to ride; I really enjoyed the grip technology. It was like having an emergency brake on your heels. Whenever you need to slide sideways to peel off some speed all you have to do is lean back and give it a good kick towards the mountain and the Grip Tech would dig right in. There were a few times I over-kicked my brakes and came to a near-complete stop.
Available in the following sizes: 154 cm, 156 cm, 158 cm, 160 cm, 162 cm
The Arbor Wasteland ($649.99) offers up fantastic design in a great looking snowboard! We fully dig what the Arbor Collective is doing and odd are you will to..
Not only do these boards crush the entire mountain, but they are also simply put works of art.
Looking for a different rockered board from Arbor? Take a look at our Arbor Westmark Rocker Review.