Element 25th Koa CamberARB-SNO-ELEM-25TH-KOA-WT21
This product is sold out. Enter your email, and we'll notify you when it’s back in stock.
The first Koa came from a forest restoration project on Maui, where dead trees were removed by helicopter, and sold to fund the effort. That work is done, and the land was added to the Haleakala National Park, where it will be forever protected. When we founded Arbor, we also started our Returning Roots program, which is dedicated to the preservation of Hawaii’s Koa Forests. In 2000, we stopped using Koa, as sustainable sources became hard to find, but we continued on with Returning Roots, giving back to this critical natural and cultural treasure, which is so closely tied to the roots of the surf, skate, snow way of life.
To celebrate our 25th Anniversary, we used the last two Koa logs sourced by Arbor’s co-founder, Chris Jensen, to create a limited edition Koa topped Element. The Element is our cornerstone Mountain-Twin. For 25 years it’s been the board we’ve built our line around. We’re proud to offer it one last time with Hawaiian Koa.
|Terrain||Park, All Mountain, Powder|
|Riding Level||Beginner, Intermediate|
|Core||FSC Certified Highland II Core - A newly developed screening process has allowed us to hand-select the very lightest and highest quality Paulownia from our sourcing partners. The result is a lighter, more responsive version of our FSC Certified Highland Core known for highly reliable return and long-lasting durability.|
|Fiberglass||Biax Glassing - A biax over biax lay-up that’s designed for park and street inspired all-mountain riding. Also creates a good platform for learning.|
|Base||Sintered+ Base - An advanced process creating the highest density base material and fastest base that Arbor offers.|
|Mounting||2x4 12 Pack Inserts|
|Features||Grip Tech – Grip Tech creates added heel and toe contact points that dramatically improve edge control on snow and ice. A 360 degree, fully wrapped sidewall. Recycled Steel Edges. Wend Natural Wax. Bio Resin. Recycled ABS|
ArborRelapse by Erik Leon