Flow Snowboards 2009-2010

03 May, 2009

Flow continues with their triple threat of Flow products for snowboarding and since 2002 they continue to create snowboards for the most aggressive pipe riders to riders just hitting the slopes.  

For 2009-2010, Flow introduces their version of reverse cambers with the I-rock and Pow-rock.  The I-rock will be featured on the men’s era and the women’s jewel.  The Pow-rock will be on the men’s Solitude.

Stack of Flow boards in Vegas
Flow Solitude
  Features:  Whiskey Double Malt, Directional, PDT Sidecut, ReFlex Core w/ Pow-Rock, Lite Quadrax with Carbon, Sintered 4000
Sizes: 161, 164, 169
Flow Team

Features: Whiskey Royale, Directional Twin, DT Sidecut, ReFlex Core, Lite Quadrax with Carbon, Sintered 4000

Sizes: 154, 157, 159

Flow Quantum

Features: Whiskey Royale, TruTwin, DT Sidecut, TruFlex Core, Lite Quadrax with Carbon, Sintered 4000

Sizes: 153, 155, 155W, 158

Up close look at the Quantum graphic under light
Flow Era 
Reverse camber

Features: Whiskey Royale, TruTwin, I-ROCK, EZDT Sidecut, TruFlex Core, Biax, Optix 2000

Sizes: 149, 153, 155, 155W, 158

Flow BFF

Features: TruTwin, EZTransitional Sidecut, EZRock Core Profile, EZFlex Core, Biax, Optix 2000

Sizes: 140, 143, 146, 149


Flow Jewel
Reverse Camber

Features: Whiskey Royale, TruTwin, I-Rock, EZTransitional Sidecut, TruFlex, Core, Biax, Optix 2000

Sizes: 143, 146, 149

Flow Myriad

Features: Whiskey Royale, True Twin, Dual Transitional Sidecut, TruFlex Core, Lite Quadrax with Carbon, Sintered 4000

Sizes: 142, 145, 148, 151

Flow Infinia

Features: Whiskey Royale, Directional Shape, Dual Transition Sidecut,, TruFlex Core, Lite Quadrax with Carbon, Sintered 4000

Sizes: 145, 149, 152, 155

Flow Youth Snowboards

Team Micron, Bliss and Micron Mini

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  1. Timbo
    May 04, 2009

    Snowboard graphics: These days, mostly woeful.

  2. Courtney
    June 18, 2009

    We have just got the 2010 Quantum, Era and BFF in at our local store (in Adelaide Australia of all places…), really liking the graphics on the Quantum for some reason (maybe a closet yellow fan…) that look way better in person, and the Era has a nice rocker (reverse camber whatever they want to call it) that doesnt look too obtrusive but is definitely noticeable…

    haven’t had the chance to have a look back through your reviews Shay, but if you have had the chance to demo them how do both of these ride?

    Cheers, hope you are well and hope the summer isnt too long over there…


  3. July 17, 2009

    Timbo, graphics are tough…I’ve learned just to ignore them for the most part…and be glad they are covered in snow most of the time.

    Courtney, nice on the boards hitting your stores! I agree the photo doesn’t do the Quantum justice, it’s really nice in person to check out! Era isn’t too bad, they definitely took it to their own.

    I’ve ridden the flow team and era, the team review is up and the era review is coming…that was one of those boards where I would have liked a whole day on it so we’ll see if I wait to put the review up until I ride it longer. Summer is going great here but I haven’t stopped snowboarding really, took a month off in late May/June and then now back on snow! Hope your winter treats you good!