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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-17-2008, 01:33 AM
ScKaSx
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Flow Vs. Strap Bindings

Hi All,

Okay so I wanted to buy two bindings (woman and man, both beginners). I like the idea of a flow binding, but am not sure I am advanced enough to benefit fully from them. I'll put it this way, I am experienced enough to know that step in bindings suck! I tried those once and hated them. Other than that I also have difficulty getting in and out of the straps. Are flow in bindings advanced enough and useful for beginners at a decent price (<$150)? If so, anyone have good models in mind? If not, any good straps in mind?

Also, what should I be wary of when I buy bindings and boards separately? What spec should I look at to see if the bindings and board are compatible? Thanks!

Cheers,
ScKaSx
 
 
 
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