The Flow Chill Snowboard crushes park laps, sends icy pipe walls, and cruises the entire mountain with a freestyle-oriented feel. Kush-Control Plus technology infuses impact-dampening urethane into the sidewalls, topsheet, and base for a smooth, controlled ride when you're stomping huge landings and riding over rough, choppy snow. Plus, the urethane-infused sidewalls improve durability when you're dinging rails and smashing into obstacles lurking under the snow. The board's Pop-Cam Camber profile is flat between the binding inserts for straight-line stability, with powerful camber underfoot for precise edge control and snappy performance when you're boosting off kickers and natural features. Just before the tip and tail kicks, the board transitions to flat camber to reduce the catchy feel associated with traditional camber boards. Biax glass keeps turn initiation smooth, while tip-to-tail Carbon-7 stringers dramatically increase pop off freestyle features and deliver lightning-quick response. Flow also threw in a highly-absorbent Sintered 3000 base for low-friction glide over widely varying snow conditions, regardless of whether you're lapping the park or slashing through fresh snow.
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