Riding Style / Field of use
Ascent: With around 3.2 kg the Coda Split`s weight is in the average range. The performance is good, thanks to it's Parabolic Shape (a little reverse curve at the inner side of the contact points) it keeps up well even at hard crossings. When it gets deeper it comes up and the balance is all right.
Descent: The Arbor Coda is relatively soft, giving you a surfy feeling in pow. The nose floats well for beeing a Mountain Twin, so you don`t have to get much weight on the back foot for keeping it up. If you come from pow to windblown hardpack, the edge grabs well and keeps you save. At high speed one or another slip can happen. Onpist you just carve and have fun as much as you want.
Snowconditions at the tests: from 20-30 cm of powder to hardpack and slopes
Bindings used for testing: SP und Spark
Boots: Deeluxe und Fiwell
The Coda Split is built on a reclined version of our System Rocker technology to increase skin to snow contact when climbing. The design brings the versatile, surfy performance of Coda Rocker
design to riders who go deep and want extra float.
Coda in Action:
Video Presentation starts at Min. 1,03:
- Bamboo Power Ply
- Thunderhead Tips
- Stainless Steel Tip And Tail Protectors
- Universal Splitboard Insert Packs
- Reclined Parabolic Rocker
- Highland Core
- Mixed Glassing
- Carbon Uprights
- 360 Rails
- Sintered Base
- Karakoram Splitboard Clips
- Three–Year Warranty