The Venus is a soft flexing directional twin board with a hybrid-rockered profile for the lady who likes to ride the whole mountain. Enjoy effortless turns in deep snow and full days of riding your favourite features. The Venus features Flow's KUSH-CONTROL Plus technology to create the smoothest and strongest board on the hill.
This freestyle board is ideal for all conditions. Whether in the park or on the slopes, chilled or with speed. You can explore all areas.
This directional twin will provide you with some extra float in the deep fluffy stuff while still providing excellent switch riding capabilities. Due to the setback of the bindings towards the tail, the nose gets a little bit longer, while the shape of nose and tail is still symmetric. The EZ-Dual transitional sidecut is mellow between the bindings and at the tips with a more aggressive grip in the binding areas. This creates a more forgiving ride when things get a bit bumpy and a tight radius blended for quick carves.
The EZ-Rock profile is a hybrid of a very subtle reverse camber profile with a convex base between the bindings and a camber starting before the binding zones provide unparalleled stability. This makes pressing nice and easy and improves agility, no matter where you place your bindings.
A medium soft flex fits perfectly to the all-mountain design of this board, stiff enough to keep you in control yet soft enough to allow for a fun and playful ride.
The Tru-Flex core has a high strength-to-weight ratio by utilizing poplar wood, uniquely profiled to give you an excellent all-around response in any condition. Biax glass features a jib-friendly, torsionally soft flex and forgiving, park-friendly feel. The Optix base is a low maintenance base with great strength and speed. The Kush-Control Plus technology features urethane compounds that are utilized 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.
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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.