Don’t be fooled by the 140cm length, this powsurfer is packing serious volume from nose to tail giving it excellent floatation, agility and pop, making for a very playful and aggressive ride. A high-volume, compact and convex shovel nose keeps the Flying Carpet 140cm Powsurfer easily afloat and allows the rider the option to move around and ride this board in more forward weighted positions. Each stance position giving the board a different feel in the turns. Characteristics of this board create a high-speed ride that can hold speed well thru flats and mellow terrain. It’s traditional sidecut, length and light taper give this board a slightly more snowboard-like feel in the turns, but it’s high volume nose and extra waist width combined with our CDC 3-dimensional base make it feel as though it’s floating on air.. hence it’s name. It’s rounded tail and short length make it incredibly agile and it’s steeper kick tail gives this board excellent pop when launching airs, popping ollies in the flats, dropping cliffs or smacking lips.
A versatile board for all around riding that would make an excellent start to a proper powsurf quiver. This model has been tested by the best powsurfers in the world in a wide variety of snow conditions from mucky slush to light and dry powder and it’s handled beautifully.
The Flying Carpet Powsurfer has a wide body, so it prefers depths over 5-6 inches but can still be ridden in shallower snow on mellower slopes. Performs well riding backwards but keep the switch turns light as the convex nose can be a little slippy when it becomes your tail while riding backwards.
Standard Width – recommended for US mens boot sizes 9.5-13 and rider weights between 140-210 lbs (72-118kg).
Narrow Width – recommended for US mens boot sizes 9 and under
Extra Narrow Width – recommended for ladies and youth ages 9-13 yrs
If you are not sure what width will be the best powsurfer for you contact us and we are happy to help.
See this board in action, ridden by the best powsurfers in the world in our short film series titled “The Powsurf Chronicles.“