If you spend your time at the resort mostly in the terrainthe Flow Verve Snowboard is the affordable freestyle deck you've been waiting for. A medium-soft flex and a forgiving feel make this the perfect board for dialing in your park skills, whether you're learning boardslides on boxes or hucking 270s onto the kink rail. EZ-Rock rocker features mellow rocker between the bindings for easy presses and catch-free riding, with camber just outside the inserts to help it maintain edge hold and pop, and flat sections just before the tips for stability and a forgiving feel. Plus Kush-Control technology consists of three unique urethane features strategically-placed in the base, sidewall, and topsheet to reduce vibration, absorb impact, and increase edge hold. Biax glass keeps the flex buttery, while carbon stringers running vertically down the board improve energy transfer and precision while keeping torsional flex loose for a surfy feel in pow. A true twin shape rides the same both ways so you can dial in your switch tricks. The Tru-Flex core uses lightweight poplar to keep the feel light and lively, and blunted tips reduce swing weight. Finally, a tough extruded base makes it easy to repair after you ding it up in the park or on the streets.
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