Flow Era park and freestyle oriented snowboard. The true twin shape will help you witness the sickness and Flow‘s I-Rock base is going to be absolutely amazing. That’s right, the I-Rock base means that in between your feet the board has a convex and reverse camber shape. Underneath the feet it has a micro camber. Then at the nose and tail the board is actually flat.
Flow‘s EZ transitional sidecut radius will help you cruise at both high and low speeds and at the beginning and end of the sidecut is a mellow feel, and in the middle there is a tight sidecut radius. So, it’s a combination of two different sidecut radius’s. It’s gonna help you cruise fast. It’s gonna help you buttering around at the bottom of the hill. The TruFlex core has dual density poplar woods that run of course, nose to tail. The strength to weight ration is very, very high. Poplar is a wood that a lot of board manufacturers use in their boards from their top of the line to their low ends. The glass inside has Biax fiberglass; it runs at 90 degrees and at 0 degrees, and it has Whiskey Royal inside as well, and that means that the majority of the fiberglass runs at 0 degrees, giving it a little bit more transitional pop and flex. The carbon beams also run tip to tail in this board, giving it an extra little snap as well. That’s the Flow Era Snowboard
The Optix extruded 2000 base pops the colors, it’s easy to maintain, and you won’t have to wax it as much as you would a normal sintered base. It’s gonna stay fast all season long. Again, the Flow Era park and freestyle oriented snowboard. Amazing graphic has a little bit of shine and a little bit of flat to it. Go hit some jumps.