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Flows for One Magtek

So after much research and some great guidance from this site I believe the One Magtek would best suit my riding style and ability. Im 47 with probably little over 7 years boarding experience and would say I'm a competent intermediate rider, developing, but not a technical rider and will probably never progress to "advanced". Spend majority of the day on groomers, with brief visits to trails and parks so I guess that makes me an all mnt rider. Updating from a 1999 Burton Custom 64 with old Flows. Looking to blend performance with comfort and could use some advice on Flow bindings. I've read a ton of posts and my heads spinning. Demo days haven't seemed to work out for me logistically so gonna do my research and pull the plug!

Would the NX2's be appropriate or really more binding than I need/want? Should I focus on the Fuse line? And is the AT version of either probably most appropriate?

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

(This is thread that led me to the One Magtek)

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...ate-rider.html
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