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Specs

Type:
  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Shape:
  • Directional Twin
Camber:
  • Rocker
  • I-Rock
Flex: Soft/Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: ReFlex Core
Base:
  • Sintered
  • Sintered 4000
Sidecut:
  • Progressive
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Flow Drifter Snowboard

The Flow Drifter is designed to take on all aspects of snowboarding, whether it be pow, park, pipe, or rails, making it one of the most badass snowboards you can ride. Flow''s Dual-Transitional sidecut utilizes a combination of two different sidecuts in one. Together, these sidecuts allow for rough terrain riding, high-speed forgiveness, and smooth transitions while jumping.

Key Features of the Flow Drifter Snowboard:
  • Whiskey Rocks
  • Biax Glass
  • Whiskey Shooter
  • Directional Twin
  • I-Rock
  • DT Sidecut
  • Sintered 4000
  • ReFlex Core
  • Rocker Bands
  • Flex: 3.5
Dimensions
Length (cm) 153 156 159 162
Effective Edge (cm) 117 120 122 125
Tip Width (cm)
Tail Width (cm)
Waist Width (cm) 24.4 24.9 25.1 25.6
Sidecut (m) 8.6/7.7/8.6 8.7/7.9/8.7 8.8/8/8.8 9/8.2/9

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Flow Drifter Snowboard
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tammy S: After reading and watching reviews on this board it sounds like a great pick for our son. My daughters boyfriend has the Flow drifter 2012 and loves his board. Dec 7, 2013
Brandon K: wanted a new board, and i trust the house. Dec 4, 2013
marco P asked: Can Burton Est Bindings Be used? Dec 10, 2013
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Matt GStaff: You may have Burton Re:Flex CHANNEL SYSTEM discs that are compatible with "regular" Burton Bindings (non-EST), but those discs would not work the Burton EST Bindings because EST bseplates/chassis do not use discs to be mounted to the board. Dec 13, 2013
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Roy MStaff: EST bindings don't use discs - they have a wider spread where the Channel screws engage the board. Hence the EST bindings will not work on a conventional board. Dec 11, 2013
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marco P: How do you guys work for the house and say the disks don't fit on burton est bindings ? The disks are to convert the bindings to hit boards that aren't est? The disks screw into the channel .

NO HELP!!!! Dec 11, 2013
Matt GStaff: Hi Marc,

Burton makes two different baseplates for the same model of most snowboard bindings. For instance, Burton makes a Mission and Mission EST.

The regular Burton Mission comes with 3 different discs, each for either 3D, 4x4 (2x4), or Channel System mounting patterns. The baseplate for the Burton Mission has a hole in it that the discs are places in (underneath the feet) - the discs are where the mounting hardware goes in to attach the bindings into the board.

The Burton Mission EST does not have discs (nor do the bindings come with discs), and the baseplate does not have a hole for a disc to be placed into. The Burton Mission EST bindings have slots on the outsides of the binding that the mounting hardware goes in to attach the bindings to the board's channel system. The Burton Mission EST bindings, and all Burton EST bindings for that matter, are only compatible with Burton boards that feature the Channel System.

Please let me know if you have any further questions. I'm more than happy to help you further understand that Burton EST bindings are only compatible with Burton boards that feature the Channel System mounting system. Dec 11, 2013
Matt GStaff: Burton bindings that have the EST feature CANNOT be used on the Flow Drifter Snowboard. However traditional Burton Snowboard Bindings can be used. Dec 11, 2013
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marco P: What if I have the disks? Dec 11, 2013