Part the sea of park rats with confidence on the Flow Myriad Snowboard.
Witness the return of an award-winning women's freestyle snowboard design: the Flow Myriad. Everything about this board is tailored for excellence in the park and versatility for the rest of the mountain, from the 2-degree bevel brass edges to the Directional Twin stance setup. Extra bevel on the Myriad's softer edges reduce snagging on manmade and natural jib hits, while the Directional Twin design puts you a bit back from center for easier turn initiation and extra ollie-popping power. TruFlex core construction is lightweight and snappy without being twitchy or harsh, and the Structurn dimples in the dual-density base keep your speed consistent in varying snow conditions. The Flow Myriad is the ideal board to take your tricks to the next level or inspire you to try something new (like throwing a 180 into that nosepress on the box).
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Is this a good beginner board? My daughter...
Is this a good beginner board? My daughter is 5' 6" 110lbs and has snowboarded 1 time on a rental board.
It depends on how much you are willing to invest. for a beginner this is probably okay, but I would go for a different brand... along the lines of roxy, GNU or even DC (be careful with those though)... gnu b-nice would be a good one and as she gets better it will last for a long time and she won't be begging for a new one or roxy eminence would be another good one. or you could also get a board from like 08 or somethin, they're just as good and you can get one for super cheap. i would stick to the brands of GNU, even Burton, or roxy though :)just make sure the board is not too big for her cause it'll be hard to learn board control. the sizing charts online are pretty accurate though