Think you’ll be able to keep up with them?
- A slightly directional shape helps them get in better touch with their inner edge control and still allows for switch riding
- A soft flex pattern makes this board easy to turn and fun for a beginner or experienced tyke who wants to attack the park
- Optix 2000 base holds wax well and easily repaired
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Great little board for the kids. I got 2 for my twins they both loved the board and suited them well. They went from absolute beginners to hitting boxes and jumps in a couple of days.
Is this a flat bottom board? Our son has...
Is this a flat bottom board? Our son has a chopper and is ready for a little more board. Do you think this would be a good next step up board? We are thinking of 105.
It would be a decent board for the next step, but there is a lot out there for kids now-a-days. And to be honest Flow has lost their FLOW. I would lean towards Ride because of the 'slimewalls' in their decks. This means that the sides of the board are more resilient to damage because its almost like a rubber insert rather than a plastic one. The Ride Rukus or the Lowride are great decks for progression and like I said before, won't break the bank because you're not having to buy a new deck because the old one is broken. Or you can look at the K2 Mini Turbo, this is also a great board to tear up the mountain. How heavy is your child? Because that is really what the length of the board is dependant on. But take a look at a few of those and see what you like. Hope this helps