The popular 42″ Outlaw Flowboard has grown an inch! We are now offering the Outlaw flwoboard model in 43″ with standard EVA foam top in various colors with our most recent graphic choices.
The 43″ inch design came from feedback and personal needs of Pro Riders like Sean Silveira, BM and Josh Soto who just wanted a little more length to their board but didn’t want the full 45″ model.
Additionally, most venues use the Outlaw as their house boards. Mainly because it’s a versatile board that is good for all levels of riding and has a long life span for consistent use.
The 42” Outlaw is the most popular board in the lineup and now comes in the Carbon construction with the latest graphics and available with or without channels.
Carbon construction takes our most durable and versatile board up a notch, making it lighter, stronger and more responsive for the best riding experience.
Quad Channel boards come equipped with upgraded Diamond Deck Traction and the flat bottom (no channel) boards have standard EVA.
The new 43″ Pro Model Outlaw Flowboard with Quad Channels is the preferred size for Pro Riders, Sean Silveira and Songkrod Jomboon (AKA BM). It is the most durable board in our product lineup, and a proven track record that is incomparable, also comes with nose and tail Quad Channels. Ridden by World Champion and National Champion, Sean Silveira, as well as Songkrod Jomboon.
Pro Models feature the Pro Model graphics design by Sean and BM and come with the featured upgraded Diamond Deck Traction.
So it seems like 40″ is the magic size board for most people lately. The board that got it all started; often imitated never duplicated. Shaped with a squash tail this board holds tighter controlled turns and its’ weight makes shuvits and other tricks easier to stick. EVA deck and rail provides added protection.
The Shuv-It Xtreme model stems from the roots of the Shuv-It family but comes equipped with built in deck concave and step channels and graphite construction.
The wide outline provides great stability for riders looking to learn how to ride or land new tricks while the carbon fiber/graphite construction. The rocker and light weight construction allows for additional pop, maneuverability and advanced tricks.
The DT Pro model is nothing too flashy, just straight up and down to business.
35” Length 21” width 2” Thickness
(Limited Quantity 38″ Models Available now)
Blue, White or Black Deck
Lime Green Bottom
Light Shaved Tail
FR Stamp Top Center Blue or White
DT Stamp Right Rail Blue or White (as pictured)
The new 45” Outlaw has updated graphics and went on a diet -it has lost a little weight. It is the most durable board in our product lineup, and a proven track record that is incomparable. Ridden by 5X World Champion and 5X National Champion, Sean Silveira, as well as European Champion Quincy Vlitig and FlowBarrel specialist Brandon Stevens
Quad Channel boards come with upgraded diamond deck traction!
Quad Channels – Nose & Tail
Diamond Deck Top Traction
The new 39” Quad Channel version comes standard with upgraded diamond deck traction and slight concave deck and rails.
Rider’s note: Quad channels are intended to act as a fin system on the nose and tail ends of the board. They can be helpful for riders who are heavy on their back foot, providing more control as it grabs and filters the water flow. Channels can also be useful for riders looking to control their spins or do sharp carves and sprays. The channels are also good for advanced riders, riders who are doing flip/skate style tricks. The channels provide extra assistance for control when landing big tricks.
A few of the team riders rode the 42″ for several years and said they wanted something just a little shorter, so we made a 40″ that was immediately a hit. Now with the Quad Channels for extra hold and control and new graphics for 2016 including Eric Silverman and Sean Silveira graphics courtesy of Jessica Nichols and lighter weight construction this board is really fun to ride. This new version is really responsive and works well for someone looking for a board that is quick under your feet while you Flow, the Quad channels provide just a little more hold and landing area than the shorter version.
Riders Note: Quad channels are intended to act as a fin system on the nose and tail ends of the board. They can be helpful for riders who are heavy on their back foot, providing more control as it grabs and filters the water flow. Channels can also be useful for riders looking to control their spins or do sharp carves and sprays. The channels are also good for advanced riders, riders who are doing flip/skate style tricks. The channels provide extra assistance for control when landing big tricks.