This is the ultra-versatile board from Arbor, always glued to the ground on turns, adaptive and pivoting at low speed, smooth and varied when you need it to engage. It's the best!
The Coda has been a cornerstone in the Arbor range for years. There are very few differences between the rocker and camber versions, if only that the rocker is a little more comfortable and easy at low speed. The Camber (that we tested here) is a little more serious, better in edge-to-edge. Both versions share the same carving richness, with great handling variety. Edge-to-edge is very varied with adaptivity, transfer, and torsion. This diversity is combined with excellent on-snow contact, offered by only a few all-mountain boards this powerful. The smoothness so loved by the brand gives you a board that is accessible at low speed, while in acceleration, stability and precision blow you away. Once again, the Coda stands out as a universal board capable of enticing a wide public.