The Flow Jewel is the diamond in the rough when it comes to womens all-mountain freestyle snowboards. The Jewel offers women a softer ride without having to sacrifice performance. The Jewel comes loaded with Kush-Control Technology. Kush-Control Technology utilizes urethane that is strategically placed in the base, sidewall, and topsheet. The urethane inserts help adapt to various terrain, absorbs impact, reduces chatter and vibrations, all combined to create the smoothest ride.
It boasts an I-Rock profile which is a reverse camber style giving you a natural feel on the rails and plenty of stability in a variety of conditions. Its Tru-Twin design is perfect for the rider who rides switch and a Re-Flex Core is all wood for durability, response and stability. Built with a Bi-Axial/Carbon 7 Fiberglass, gives the Jewel a snappy, yet responsive feel. With a 3-DT Sidecut you can expect grip and glide while maintaining complete edge hold on any snow condition. Head to the mountain with the Flow Jewel Snowboard and discover the full potential of your riding ability.
Hi, I'm Megan. I just got off the Flow Jewel. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. This board is for your all-mountain intermediate rider. This board is really nice at carving at slow speeds. If you get up to a little higher speed it gets a little shaky but it's still a really nice board. I give the Flow Jewel a 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Kelsey. I just got off Flow's Jewel. I give this board a 3 out of 5 rating. It's a true twin so it was comfortable riding switch but it was just a little too stiff for me kind of. But it's definitely for an intermediate entry-level rider who's just looking for a well-priced range board.
Hi, I'm Jenna. I just got off the Flow Jewel. I give this board 3 out of 5 stars. It was a little soft for me personally but that's because it's really your solid intermediate level board, all-mountain freestyle kind of board. It's got tons of urethane in the sidewalls and the topsheet would actually make it really damp if you do get it up to a little bit higher speeds but if you do try to charge on it you will get a little bit of chatter. If you're looking for more of an aggressive board. I'd jump up to the Flow Canvas. Again, 3 out of 5 stars. It's really your ideal board for your intermediate all-mountain freestyle girl.