Flow Era Snowboard w/ Rossignol Battle Bindings Kit

SKU: CBK007

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Snowboard Sizing
Rider Height Typical Board Length (cm)
4' 109cm
4'2" 114-120cm
4'4" 115-125cm
4'6" 118-135cm
4'8" 120-135cm
4'10" 125-140cm
5' 130-142cm
5'2" 135-145cm
5'4" 140-148cm
5'6" 145-152cm
5'8" 147-155cm
5'10" 154-163cm
6' 157-165cm
6'1" 160-168cm
6'2" 165cm or greater

Generic Snowboard Sizing Chart

A good rule for snowboard sizing is about chin height. A little longer for stronger or heavier than your height riders. A little shorter for beginners or lighter than your height riders. Also keep in mind if you have very small feet for your height you will probably need a shorter and thus narrower board and if you have big feet for your height you may need a longer and thus wider board for your height.

 
Gender Men's
Ability Level Advanced, Expert
Flow Era Snowboard 153cm   +$254.75
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Flow Era Snowboard 153cm
  • Snowboard Width Range: Regular
  • SKU: 568126
  • Snowboard Sidecut: Waist Width: 25.0cm
  • Length: 153cm
 


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Description

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Flow's Era is a board that is built for the long haul. Its Kush control uses strips of Urethane laid into the layers of composite near the edges to damp vibration to yield edge hold like your on a monorail while increasing the longevity of the board. A rocker profile imparts this mid-flexing board with a willingness to tackle anything on the mountain from cliffs to jumps.Go into Battle ready to conquer this season with the Rossignol Battle Snowboard Bindings. These bindings have won the west, the east, and the great white north beyond the wall... No matter how you use these bindings you will love the budget-friendly price and beginner to intermediate design. These bindings are medium on the flex rating which means they will work best for bigger beginners or smaller intermediate riders. Set yourself up to succeed this winter with the Rossignol Battle Snowboard Bindings.

Snowboard:

Flow Flex Rating 5/10: Flex Rating: 5 (1 = softest/forgiving and 10 = stiffest/responsive in the Flow line)

Kush Control Plus: Our all-new KUSH-CONTROL TECHNOLOGY consists of 3 unique Urethane features, which are strategically placed in the base, the sidewall and the topsheet to create the smoothest and strongest snowboards available on the hill. Urethane is flexible and highly resistant to impacts in extremely cold temperatures. Urethane is also utilized due to its superior bonding properties and can withstand the abuse that a snowboard endures. We have engineered our boards to exploit the excellent dampening properties of Urethane, so we can provide you the smoothest ride possible.

I-Rock Rocker Profile: Hybrid reverse camber with a convex base for a natural feel on rails and stability in variable conditions. Rocker profile combined with camber starting before the binding zones, I-ROCK provides stability and camber-like pop for peak to park performance.

Wood Core Construction: This board sports a wood core, which helps dampen a bumpy a ride, giving the board a smoother ride. The wood core also helps maintain the camber of the board so it stays springy and lively.

Sidewall Construction: Full Sidewall/Sandwich boards are more rigid and great at dampening vibrations when riding at high speeds.

Biaxal Fiberglass: Fiberglass is layered at two angles (perpendicular to eachother) for added torsional strength without added weight.

True Twin Design: Equal amounts of nose and tail allow a rider equal opportunity to ride in any direction. Basically, riding switch will feel the same as regular.


Bindings:

  • Nylon / Glass Baseplate
  • Puffy Pad Footbeds

  • Specs


    Snowboard Terrain All Mountain, Park
    Ability Level Advanced, Expert
    Gender Men's
    Snowbord Rocker Type Rocker/Flat/Rocker
    Snowboard Flex Stiff
    Flex Pattern Twin
    International Availability-Prices USD United States, Canada
    SKU CBK007
    Featured New Arrival
    Construction Sandwich
    Core Wood
    Base Sintered

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