Arbor Snowboards presents: Cosa Nostra – Charles Reid Full Part

Christmas came early this year, as Arbor Snowboards has just released Charles Reid’s ender part from their new film, “Cosa Nostra.” Charles didn’t join the crew at Arbor until halfway through the filming of the new film, yet managed to put in a double effort and land the ender with a seriously heavy backcountry part and an invitation to join the pro team. Make sure to keep an eye out for more from Arbor and Charles, as this partnership is surely only heating up.

Purchase the full film, here.

Watch also: Arbor Snowboards presents: Cosa Nostra – Mark Carter Full Part

Arbor Snowboards is proud to release Charles Reid’s ender part from their recent team video, ‘Cosa Nostra’. This French-Canadian prodigy from Mt Tremblant, Quebec joined the Arbor ranks in late 2016, halfway through the filming of ‘Cosa Nostra’. With half the time to film, Charles put down twice the work and ended up putting together an insane part featuring massive jumps and highly consequential lines in the British Columbia backcountry. Upon release of the video, Charles was welcomed to the Arbor Snowboards Pro Team. Congrats on snagging the ender and welcome to the Pro Team, Charles! Don’t sleep on this kid!


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