The Blackout is a mid-flexing board that features a true camber profile for those who want snap and control on their board. This all-mountain directional twin freestyle board is as lively in the backcountry as it is on the groomers. It features Flow's Kush-Control Premium technology to create the smoothest and strongest board on the hill.
If you are looking for the one board that does it all, check out the Blackout.
Directional is the classic snowboard shape, designed to be ridden with a slightly longer nose than tail to concentrate pop in the tail while still giving you plenty of float, flow, and control to rip any terrain or condition. The 3 stage Progressive DT sidecut features flat sections in the binding area and a different radius between the feet. Combined with a mellow tip and tail, this sidecut delivers a surfy ride with unparalleled grip.
This board comes with a three-phase Pop-Cam construction. It features a traditional camber under the feet and a flat area between the bindings for added grip on ice, better float in the pow, and locking onto rails, leaving the tip and tail mellow and playful.
A medium-stiff flex will ensure precise response and a lively feel.
The Re-Flex core is Flow's lightest most responsive wood core, with the highest strength-to-weight ratio. This specifically profiled core fuses several species of poplar woods resulting in a more stable super-light snappy feel. The Graphite base is Flow's fastest and most durable base. The Quadrax glass composite matrix gives the board tons of pop with torsional freedom while distributing binding power over a larger area. The 10 carbon stringers centrally stitched directly into the glass makes for mid flexing board with quick response. The Kush-Control Premium technology features urethane compounds that are utilised in the sidewall, base, and top sheet, which adds to the flexibility and stability of the board and gives it an all-time smooth ride.
This board is also available in 'Wide' version. These are wider than normal boards and developed especially for snowboarders with large feet (EU size 44+) to avoid too much overhang of the boots. Wider boards also give you better float in powder.
Flow revolutionized the snowboard industry in 1996, when they introduced a binding with a reclining highback for so-called speed entry. Not yet satisfied, they went on to create barefoot feel boots and boards to complete the whole package. Changing the world, one happy snowboarder at a time.