Flow Snowboard Reviews

Are you a girl and have a high interest for snowboards? Well, then you have come to the perfect place! On this post I’ll review several Flow specific girl snowboards that you will probably like. Check them out below!

Flow Canvas Snowboard – Women’sssssscc


Product: 
Flow Canvas Snowboard – Women’s

Price: $249.91

Current sizes: 148cm, 152cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.com

Product description

The “Flow Canvas Snowboard” has the features that makes this a perfect all mountain snowboard, but also makes a great alternative for park and freeriding. It is built with an I-Rock profile giving you great stability in various terrain. The profile also gives this board perfect pop whenever you want it. The true twin shape makes the board ideal for riding switch and provides great glide and speed. The slim center of the board provides great grip and makes turning smooth and easy. Perfect for anyone.

Flow Venus Snowboard – Women’saass


Product: 
Flow Venus Snowboard – Women’s

Price: $244.99 – $279.99

Current sizes: 139 cm, 143 cm, 147 cm, 151 cm, 155 cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.com

Product description

The “Flow Venus Snowboard – Women’s” is designed for all different types of riding. Like to cruise in powder and the next minute ride some park? Then this all mountain board was made for you. It has soft flex and great stability. Its true twin shape enables all riding possibilities. Its designed with slight mix of rocker and camber. This allows for a great pop and great board control. The board also has an incredible light weight which you will have huge benefits from while riding.

Flow Velvet Snowboard – Women’saaaaaaaaa


Product: 
Flow Velvet Snowboard – Women’s

Price: $258.98 – $359.00 (5% off)

Current sizes: 139 cm, 143 cm, 146 cm, 149 cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.com

Product description

The “Flow Velvet Snowboard – Women’s” snowboard is the perfect freestyle board. If you are a girl who like to ride parks and do tricks, then this is the ideal snowboard for you! The small center of the board allows you to have full control over the board at any condition. Its hard edges will also grab icy terrain and prevent you from falling. The identical twin shape will also allow for shifty landings and riding.


26 Comments

  1. Tonje Poppe

    Cool! I’m looking forward to buying a snowboard before the winter is over.. keep it up with the reviews! 😀

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  2. Endre S Pedersen

    Good review, looking forward for more! Keep up the good work!

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  3. Sondre

    Cool! I think I´m going to buy one to my girlfriend. thanks for helping me find the perfect gift. I know she likes snowboarding.
    love your posts by the way. I will continue visiting and check out upcoming posts. keep it real 😉

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      no problem brother 🙂

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  4. jess

    Wow these are some nice boards, my husband is into snowboarding and I have never really got into it but want to start learning how to snowboard, is there a snowboard you recommend for newbies ?

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Yes, I do have some boards recommended for newbies. The “Ride Women’s Baretta Snowboard 2016” in the review (right here), is a great board for beginners, or the “Flow Canvas board” in this post is great too. If you don’t know what size you should buy, then check out my other post covering that (right here) 🙂

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  5. Walter

    I really like the information about the snowboards, it is very usefull and you get to the point. The length is comfortable, not too short, neither too long. I would add a price comparison tool or something like that to engage the readers to know that the cheapest price is yours. Maybe a pic of snow in the back?

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Thank you very much for the tip, I’ll maybe get to that:)

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  6. Megan

    I just want to say that I’ve never snowboarded in my entire life, but your site offers great information on which snowboards a woman or girl would potentially like to use! I think it’s great that you’ve provided cost information ranging in prices and specific information on how the snowboards handle. This makes me wish I knew how to snowboard, but i’m pretty clumsy and prone to accidents. These boards look awesome, I appreciate the honest review!

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Thanks for the feedback. Snowboarding really is an amazing sport. You should try it out sometime! 🙂

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  7. Hannah

    I must say I’m well impressed with how well your site is coming along! Great job on this review.

    I’m not exactly an expert on the subject as I’ve never had a chance to snowboard, but these snowboards look like works of art. So beautiful! I love the last one with the northern lights type effect on it!

    Keep up the good work!

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  8. Jason

    Hi Tore, Snowboarding is something that I have always wanted to try but up till now have never got around to. I live in the UK so we don’t get much snow but there’s an indoor slope not too far from me. I decided to give it a go. I used to skateboard so I’m Looking forward to it. Do you have any tips for a novice on his first time on the slopes?

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      I actually do have quite a few tips. You should be aware of how you dress up at first. You should also think about what you want to ride and what board you need. I have a post that will help you size a snowboard, as well as a post on different snowboard types to choose between.
      You can also look for boards you like within my review section. Hopefully this helped! 🙂

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  9. Barry

    The image at the top is very nice.I have often watched people with snowboards and wondered how hard it is to do.

    Maybe you can tell me. Is it something that is easy to learn for someone that is coordinated and plays many sports?

    While these are for women are the men’s boards more expensive?

    I would like to give it a try but hate to spend all that money for a board I do not like. If I go where they do this do they have rentals?

    I love the image and the way the site is laid out very easy to understand. See you on the slopes, Maybe.

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  10. Sharon

    What a fabulous site! So well put together and informative.
    I just wanted to bring to your attention a typo in your about me page. 2nd Paragraph, 2nd sentence. The word board is misspelled.
    I didn’t know indoor snowboarding parks existed. It might me of benefit to somehow list the different park by area, etc. I live in the US so by state would be nice. I’s always nice when you don’t have to jump around to several sites to get the info you need. Keep up the great work!

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  11. rowena

    I am still new to all of this but if I was into snowboarding, your site would certainly be one I would visit. You provide so much info about snowboards and snowboarding. Sounds like you’ve tried them all and know what you’re talking about. I would certainly shop from your site. I like the layout, it will help me improve mine.

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  12. Diana Worley

    Great review on snow boards for women, definately helpful. I am going to show this to my daughter, who is a young skier and looking into getting a snow board.
    Can you recommend a particular board for a 12 year old? Would it be the same as an adult size?

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  13. Carol b

    This is a wonderful review. My Sister loves snowboarding and enjoys visiting the snow dome in Uk. We originally went on a ski holiday in Austria, Filzmoos a few years ago. This was a lot of fun learning to ski. My Sister would love to have her own board since trying it out she’s gone from beginner to near intermediate in a short time. I’m told these boards are very popular, they are also a good price. Thanks for this awesome post, I have shared it.

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  14. Janelle

    Hi. I like the versatility of the VENUS board. Is it a one size fits all. We have a lot of girls interested in snowboarding in our extended family.
    They range from a big fourteen year old through to a petite 30 year old and then there’s me too.
    Question is can we all have a crack at the Venus or do we need custom sizing.?

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  15. christinamk

    Nice review! I ski and snowboard but I have been skiing for the past few years. I will probably switch back to snowboarding again at some point though (and then back to skiing). It’s fun to mix it up! What type of board would you recommend for going really fast?

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      For going fast you’ll be best of with a freeride board. 🙂

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  16. Jena

    Thank you for these reviews! I didn’t get the chance to hit the slopes this winter so I’m hoping to get my own board for next season. I really like the Flow Venus. I like the look, and it has the perfect size for my height! I’ve been snowboarding for a couple years now. Do you think this board will be good for jumps and other tricks?

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    1. Tore Aarsand (Post author)

      Yes, it will work great! Just a tip, a snowboard isn’t sized by height, but weight. Learn how to size a snowboard correctly here. 🙂

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  17. Roy

    wow,very nice, clean and well organized Web site. A lot of good information in there and I wil definitely mention your site, when anyone starts to talk about buying a snowboard the next time 🙂
    Your site contains reviews which is easy to understand, I did not know that there were so many different snowboard types.

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  18. Jenny

    The snowboards look fantastic! Booking my snowboard trip next year so may get one of these for myself. Am also looking for snowboards for my kids. Love your post and the information on the snowboards. Helped me choose which one I should get. Thanks
    Going to go for the flow venus snowboard it looks fab

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  19. Jdoo

    I just went snowboarding in Japan, for the first time in years! I’ve decided to get back into it, but I gave my old Burton away years ago.

    I really like the look of the Flow boards, but do you have a recommendation for any in terms of freestyle boarding?

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