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The Flagship delivers power and precision for charging everything from the jaw-dropping steeps of Valdez to the jagged terrain of Utah's Wasatch Front. Its unique glide-friendly design maximizes deep snow buoyancy while creating fluid edge-to-edge transitions. The board's Directional Rocker delivers ample float when your local mountain gets buried with fresh snow, but still rails with precision and holds steady on the steepest faces. The Power core is comprised of triple-density wood with bamboo stringers for extra strength and snap, and Power V Basalt Stringers maximize energy transfer to the tip and tail.
- Charge confidently in gnarly terrain with this freeride weapon
- Directional rocker balances float and response
- Power V basalt stringers transfer power and absorb chatter
- 3D contour shape's beveled tips increase float and turn fluidity
- Sidewalls and edges made from recycled plastic and metal
- Traction Tech grips icy, firm terrain in mixed conditions
- Sintered 9900 base with carbon delivers ultra-fast ride
- Durable, sustainable, high-performance flax helps dampen ride
- Item #JSB008E
What do you think about this product?
March 14, 2020
5'9 / 180lbs / 10US boot / 162Wide The 2020 Jones flag has softened up a bit since past years, and it's created a highly balanced freeride deck for me. The more you give this board, the more it will give back to you. It's a fantastic board for apline, carving up groomers, and slashing untracked powder. The Flag does not want to be ridden under 20mph. The faster you go the easier it feels to maneuver. When it touches powder, it really comes alive in with a playful, slashy personality. This board begs to be boosted off side-hits and feels very lively underfoot. It doesn't love tree runs, but can manage if you're willing to work. If you're a long-time rider looking to up your game, grab it.
February 8, 2020
Best Board I've Had in Over 20 Years
I bought these in both 165W and 169W - 2019 model. Me: 6'1", 240 lbs. The 169 is great for groomed runs and holds edge well at speed, even at end of day in chopped up conditions. The 169 is too long for powder in tight trees though. The 165 is great everywhere - groomed runs, powder, tight trees, and is a one board fits all solution. But the 169 holds edge much better in groomed runs at speed in all conditions (whether early in day or absorbing chatter in late day resort chop) and for that reason must moderate speed with the 165 which don't have to do with the longer 169. This is the best board I've had since my mid 1990s K2 Eldorado 168. Other boards I had in interim are K2 Slayblade 166W and Never Summer 25 165W. The Never Summer 25 - its nose would dive in powder and was a struggle to keep the nose up; this Flagship 165W, its nose does not dive, it's a great powder board especially for tight tree forest runs. Bottom Line - heartily recommend the Flagship and I will repurchase soon as these wear out. At least 2x per day on mountain I get asked how I like it and my response is always the same - best board I've ever had. Would like to have the Flagship carbon 165W but price point ($995) is too high.
October 24, 2019
Staple in freeride
The updated topsheet steps up the performance as it absorbs chatter and shock. If your in that intermediate stage in your snowboarding and want to ride like an expert get a Flagship. It crushes the pow with the rocker / 3d contours in the tips and tail. Traction tech 3.0 will leave trenches out on the groomer.
October 22, 2019
We’ve completely redesigned the Flagship for 2020 with a new shape plus all-new materials. The tapered shape sinks the tail in pow for better float and quicker turns, while the FSC Control Core, FSC Engineered Veneer Topsheet and Flax/Basalt Power Stringers add torsional response and reduce board chatter in rough snow. For improved sustainability the Flagship is built with Super Sap Bio Resin instead of standard petroleum-based epoxy.