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Erk 02-25-2014 09:04 AM

NX2 RS L or XL ?
 
Hello, i ordered 2 pair of Flow Talon 2014 one 10.5 US and the other in 11 US
to try both and resend the one that's doesn't fit me well.
The question is , i'm going to buy some flow NX2 RS and don't know if L binding
is good for both or 11 will be to big for the binding.

Thx for your help

larrytbull 02-25-2014 09:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Erk (Post 1569273)
Hello, i ordered 2 pair of Flow Talon 2014 one 10.5 US and the other in 11 US
to try both and resend the one that's doesn't fit me well.
The question is , i'm going to buy some flow NX2 RS and don't know if L binding
is good for both or 11 will be to big for the binding.

Thx for your help

The Large binding should fit both. The flow boots run a bit on the large size. I have the Hylite 10 and I wear a 10.5 burton. if you have the 10.5 or larger, remember to move your heelcup back as per the flow videos.

Erk 02-25-2014 09:14 AM

Hey thanks for your reply , sory for my english but where can i find this video ?

larrytbull 02-25-2014 09:16 AM

Flow Videos can be found here



FLOW Snowboarding | Video

Erk 02-25-2014 09:28 AM

Got it ;)
Thx i think i will keep the 11 flow talon and proceed to the adjustement as shown
in video. I think Xl binding would be to large.

larrytbull 02-25-2014 09:43 AM

Erk,

one other thing that may be helpful. open and close the binding without the boot in it a few times to familiarize yourself with how the N.A.S.T.Y system works, I found when I did adjustments if the screws were not in just right, the ankle strap would tend to pull down on one side more than the other. this is not how it should work, both sides of the should raise and lower correctly.

Also when you put but in and out of binding, put boot in at an angle (toe down heel up) then slide it towards front. The heel area is very narrow and you won't be able to just slide forward whole boot, toe goes in at an angle, then heel drops down as toe slides towards toe cap/

Hope this helps, and Good luck. They take a little time to really dial them in, but once dialed in. they work wonderfully.


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