Flow Verve Rocker Snowboard 2011: Shred hard at the park with the Flow Verve Rocker Snowboard. This true twin freestyle board features Tru-Flex core that makes jumping just as easy as jibbing and an EZ-Rock reverse camber that has a mellow convex between your feet for better jibbing . The Flow Verve Rocker Snowboard delivers results and is a hit in the park.
TruFlex Core features a high strength-to-weight wood construction utilizing different density poplar woods uniquely profiled to give you excellent all-around response when riding the mountain. Biaxial construction provides s smooth, easy, torsional feel, and the majority of the fibers are in the 0 axis to add extra pop and an easy torsional flex to the board. Biaxial means easy carving for all-mountain performance.
TruTwin shape offers equidistant amounts of nose and tail to allow a rider equal opportunity to ride their natural direction or switch it up and go fakie. The Flow Verve Rocker Snowboard has an EZ-Rock reverse camber that has a mellow convex base between your feet allowing for better jibbing performance that reduces catching an edge. The reverse camber is all about added stability and pop
EZ Transitional Sidecuts an all-new technology from Flow that give you a mellow radius between the feet and at the tips of your board for a more forgiving ride when things get bumpy and a tight radius blended in for quick, snappy, powerful carving.
Base technology is Optix 2000; a high-density, extruded base that is extremely easy to maintain and fix
|Effective Edge (mm)||1120mm||1150mm||1180mm||1210mm|
|Tip Width (mm)||285mm||292mm||296mm||302mm|
|Waist Width (mm)||246mm||249mm||251mm||258mm|
|Tail Width (mm)||285mm||292mm||296mm||302mm|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||8.3/7.4/7.7/7.4/8.3m||8.4/7.5/7.9/7.5/8.4m||8.5/7.6/8/7.6/8.5m||8.7/7.8/8.1/7.8/8.7m|
|Stance Setback (in)||633/433mm||633/433mm||659/459mm||659/459mm|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||115-165lbs||125-195lbs||135-195lbs||150-200+lbs|
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Comments about Flow Verve Rocker Snowboard 2011:
The winter season of 2010 was my first real season for snowboarding. After renting several boards and borrowing a few boards from friends, this board is the best beginner board i've been on. Great board for the price!