Arbor Veda 2024 Unisex Splitboard
Up until this year, the Veda has been designated a women's board. But even before this year's update, it was still a great deck for the lighter guy who wanted a capable all-mountain ripper. I mean, Marie-France Roy designed and rides this board, and she absolutely RIPS. New this year, they made this board even more hard-charging by making it stiffer than last year's model. This change solidly puts it in the unisex category as it can now not only support smaller riders that charge hard, but also can support bigger riders that are more in the intermediate realm. It has a nice upper-mid flex and a featherweight feel underfoot allowing the rider to maneuver the board with ease. This is a great option for a quiver killer that is appropriate for just about any terrain and conditions.
If you were looking at the Brian Iguchi Pro Camber Split, but the sizes seem just a bit too big, this is the splitboard you want!
Drawing on her big mountain prowess, the Veda evolves our System Camber with offset Uprise Fenders, longer in the nose and lower in the tail for an increased float, more powerful turn initiation, and drive with increased edge hold. Mindfully Crafted in design collaboration with Marie-France Roy.
Big Mountain: 5/5
Park + Street: 0/5
FLEX METER ( 7 OF 10 )
|LENGTH (cm)||RIDER WEIGHT (lbs / kg)||Binding Size||TIP / WAIST /TAIL WIDTH (cm)||EFFECTIVE EDGE LENGTH (cm)||TIP / TAIL LENGTH (cm)||SIDECUT (M) TIP /CENTER / TAIL||TAPER (cm)||REF. POINT WIDTH (in - cm)||REF. STANCE SETBACK (cm)|
|157||124-204 / 56-93||M/L||29.6 / 25.6 / 28.8||111.7||32.90 / 19.90||8.75 / 7.85 / 8.75||0.8||21.3 / 54||0|
|159||128-208 / 58-94||M/L||29.8 / 25.7 / 29.0||113.5||33.00 / 20.00||8.85 / 7.95 / 8.85||0.8||21.3 / 54||0|
|161||132-212+ / 60-96||M/L||30.0 / 25.8 / 29.2||115.3||33.10 / 20.10||9.4 / 8.5 / 9.4||0.8||21.3 / 54||0|