Arbor Skateboards is proud to introduce their new Whiskey street decks featuring a series of four different art pieces from renown artist Sylvia Ji. This collectible deck is built using Arbor’s, tried and true, bamboo and maple blend to deliver lightweight pop and durability. “By adding bamboo as a deck-side power ply, we create a
It’s that time of year again when Arbor rolls out the red carpet and hosts snowboard movie premieres in Venice, California.
Arbor is proud to announce our partnership with Pangea Seed and “The Great West Coast Migration.” The event series is a traveling art show and benefit for the preservation of sharks and oceans. This years show features Arbor artists Dave Kinsey and Sylvia Ji, along with many more. Limited edition Arbor tees featuring the work
All of the wood material used in Arbor’s skateboard designs, including the maple plies and veneer deck, come from sustainable sources of supply. All of the wood byproduct created during the production of our skateboards is reclaimed for use by outside companies or in other Arbor products like belt buckles, hang tags, and zipper pulls.
Arbor Apparel is always made using sustainable materials. One of our more popular fabrications has been Bamboo viscose, but what makes it such a great eco fabric and comfortable to wear? Bamboo viscose is a reconstituted cellulose fiber made from bamboo timber, which is today’s most renewable, sustainably grown raw material. Bamboo is the fastest
Who won Arbor’s Weekly Win Free Stuff? Congratulations to Michael Haller! You won an Arbor Apparel prize pack! An Arbor representative will be in touch with you shortly to help you claim your prize. If you didn’t win this time…don’t worry, next up we are giving away an Arbor Skateboard!
Long time Arbor Collective artist and friend Blaine Fontana discusses his use of sustainable materials in his work.
Did you know that Arbor takes the scrap wood from our skateboard and snowboard production and reuses it in apparel hangtags? Just one of many ways that Arbor tries to be environmentally responsible. Waste Not. [nggallery id=132]