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Can anyone identify these Flow Bindings?

Iíve just bought this board and binding online. Iím trying to work out what model of Flow bindings these are, and how old. Can anyone help?



The board is a K2 Ambush, which is probably not ideal for a beginner like me, but IĎve got an ex-rental rocker board that I can borrow. Iím hoping these bindings are still pretty decent.
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I can't say for sure but I'm guessing around 2008-2010 Flite's looks like they're entry level bindings.

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Those are Pro-series bindings. I am not 100% sure about the year, but I estimate around 2004 or 2005. Those were back in the day actually the high-end bindings, glass-filled Nylon baseplate and hibacks.
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Cool, well hopefully they will be pretty decent.
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Cool, well hopefully they will be pretty decent.
they are. all the benefits of a Flow binding; quick entry&exit, energy transmission in your turns through the steel cable and the 1-piece footstrap and more comfort.

on the downside, they are very heavy compared to the newer models and don't have quick-adjustment ratchets. Some newer models also feature the Active Strap (NASTY) system which makes getting in&out even easier.

but enjoy, those are solid and great bindings!
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