I-Rock - Reverse camber and a slightly convex base between the feet, combined with camber and a flat contact point outside the binding zone, produces pop for the park and control and stability elsewhere on the mountain.
Flex Rating (1 Soft - 5 Stiff) - 3.5, medium flex that combines control with freestyle flexibility
Directional Twin - Setback inserts provide more snap off the tail and a little more forgiving nose than a traditional true twin.
DT Sidecut - Using a combination of two radii providing responsive curving and forgiveness in landings
ReFlex Core - Flow's lightest and most responsive core gives you the highest strength-to-weight wood construction around.
Rock Bands - A carbon band placed horizontally under the core creates a slightly convex base on every rocker board. This allows for a smoother ride from rails to railing carves.
Biaxial Glass - The majority of the fibers are in the 0˚ axis to add extra pop and more natural torsional flex to the board.
Whiskey Rocks - 4 Basalt plates beneath the heel and toe direct the rider's energy to the key control areas on the board while doubling the breaking strength and increases edge hold.
Whiskey Shooter - One of a kind reverse V-design using 4 carbon strips for crazy pop while keeping the nose/tail free for a fun and agile ride with a lively feel
ABS Sidewall - Tough, light and durable
Sintered 4000 - Highest speed, super hard, high wax absorption and durable
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