PARK BOARD TECHNOLOGY
Welcome to the 2023 Flex Family – a simple guide to better understand the reasoning behind our 18 models of men’s, women’s, and kid’s flex boards. We came to a point where not everybody was happy with one traditional flex zone because of their personal riding styles, so we analyzed how a broad range of rider’s ollie, flex, and release off the water and features. The result was a need to have some boards with pressure points in the center, some in the tip/tail, others with softer rails, and others with a consistent flex pattern. Park riding is going in so many directions, so we created a simple outline to better understand the adaptive traits of our 3 different categories, and 5 different series each with their own specific unique riding style.
We have a flex testing machine that can gauge the recoil of a board. The higher the number – the more the board will want to react back to its original rocker line, while the smaller number means the board will be softer and more adaptive on rails.
For the rider that wants either the softest center or tip/tail in park riding.
For the past several seasons we have been developing different styles of stringers acting as a spine for the board. Riders are looking for the energy to transfer from the tail and drive through the tip. They also want a board that will conform and adapt from side to side. Our softest outside flex, that is also fused with a center that will provide a resistance point in their presses.
ALL OVER FLEX
For the rider that wants to have a consistent flex and rebound.
PARK BOARD MATERIALS
The world of park riding is going in so many directions these days – and so are the wood grain patterns of our cable line up. The latest assembly of malleable water giants for your viewing pleasure.