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New best friend.

We've all heard that a diamond is a girl's best friend, but after you take a lap on the Flow Jewel women's snowboard, you'll agree that diamonds just aren't as fun. This freestyle oriented true twin is built on Flow's I-Rock profile, which places rocker between your feet for deep snow float, and camber under your bindings, for tons of control. It gets a hand from Whiskey Royale inserts, which increase response and smooth out chatter when the snow is getting tracked out. Lap the park till your heart's content, then throw down some tree runs for good measure. Don't worry, the Jewel is up for it all.

The Jewel is built on Flow's I-Rock profile, which means it's rockered between the feet for a floaty, catch free ride, and the tip and tail are cambered for powerful turns and solid ollies. The true twin shape is freestyle friendly, without sacrificing stability. The super-light Reflex core is snappy and responsive. Four Whiskey Royale inserts underneath your heels and toes crank up both strength and edge response, while the Whiskey Shooter carbon stringers radiate towards the tips for pop, while still providing a loose ride and plenty of torsional give. The Rock Band carbon stringer between the feet yields a slightly convex base for jibbing freedom and easy turn initiation. The sintered 4400 base is highly porous, so it holds a ton of wax and keeps you sliding lightning fast around the hill.

  • I-Rock profile (rocker between feet, cambered tips)
  • Directional twin shape
  • Dual transition sidecut
  • Whiskey Shooters carbon stringers
  • Biax fiberglass
  • Reflex super-light wood core
  • Sintered 4000 base

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