Arbor Cadence: Best Women’s Snowboards
The Arbor Cadence Snowboard is women’s-specific all-mountain park twin; meaning that it’s a softer snowboard that works in and out of the terrain park. While the manufacturer suggests this as an intermediate and advanced snowboard, I think it would be fine for beginners too. In general, practically any park twin will be a good beginner snowboard since the flex tends to be softer, and a softer flex means it’s more forgiving landing jumps or initiating turns — and that means fewer edge-catches.
The nice part about buying the Arbor Cadence is beginners can handle it, but you won’t need to buy an stronger snowboard once you progress your skills. That means the snowboard will last longer and be a better value. I have not been able to ride this snowboard personally, but feel it’s a strong option based on other reviews and specs.
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What size snowboard to buy?
Select the snowboard size based on your weight according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. If you are between sizes, going with the smaller size can be easier to learn on. Snowboarders can often ride more than one size of the same snowboard.