Flow Snowboarding

Flow Snowboards

Boards: Flow makes a great variety of snowboards to suit their diverse team of riders and their needs. From all-mountain boards to park boards to powder boards, they make it all with tons of different technologies, shapes, and rocker profiles. The Viper and the Merc, both feature Flow's EZ-Rock camber, which is mellow reverse camber combined with regular camber around the binding area to make riding easy while reducing the risk of catching edges. Flow's boards with this EZ-Rock technology is well suited for beginners (for the ease of use and less possibility of catching edges) all the way up to experts (rocker in the park = presses, butters, and ultimate agility).

Boots: Flow's line of boots is just as diverse as their board line-up, featuring all sorts of crazy technology like boa lacing systems, barrel liners, harness liner closures, and all sorts of other crazy things to make your foot as comfortable as possible while shredding. Needless to say, Flow has their technology down in all their products. The Vega Lace boots are some of the more basic boots in the Flow line, with the classic lace closure that everyone who knows how to tie shoes can use with ease. Flow decked the Vega Lace boots out with their cupsole outsole technology to ensure that these boots last a long time and have an amazing boot-to-binding fit for ultimate control of your set up.

Bindings: Now Flow's bindings may look a bit crazy to you people out there who are used to the normal two strap and highback design of snowboard bindings. The most noticeable difference is Flow's One Piece 3D-Powerstrap. It is one large foot strap, rather than the normal two, that evenly distributes pressure to ensure proper blood circulation in your feet to prevent them from freezing! The One Piece 3D-Powerstrap also gives you more power and support in toeside turns than two strap designs. Now, you might think that Flow is crazy for having this one piece strap as it seems weird to have to unbuckle and rebuckle these crazy things. Well, you don't do that! Flow's bindings feature their original Reclining Hiback, which means you unlock it, drop it down, and slide your boot out of the binding backwards, easy and simple. Flow claims this feature not only makes it faster and easier, but prevents cold wet butts by making these bindings easy to take on/off while standing up.