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Hi i'm looking to buy some new bindings but i don't know which is best I was wondering if you could help. Some of my mates have Flow and insist they are the best yet many suggest Burton. Please help me!!!
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Hi i'm looking to buy some new bindings but i don't know which is best I was wondering if you could help. Some of my mates have Flow and insist they are the best yet many suggest Burton. Please help me!!!

Flow is different from other bindings because the way you get in them. You lower the back and step in. So no worrying about having to sit.
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Flow is different from other bindings because the way you get in them. You lower the back and step in. So no worrying about having to sit.
why do you sit when you're putting on binders?

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ive heard a lot of good reviews for flow bindings on this site but have not had a pair in years. if you are going to get strapin bindings ignore burton and look at union, rome, and flux.
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why do you sit when you're putting on binders?

Unless you strap in on the lift its easier for me to sit and put them on
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Hi i'm looking to buy some new bindings but i don't know which is best I was wondering if you could help. Some of my mates have Flow and insist they are the best yet many suggest Burton. Please help me!!!
Ahh crap, here we go again.

"Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity."

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^^^^ haha.

flows are nice if your runs are short. but i still prefer traditional strap in bindings. though i would also like to try the K2 cinch which is another step in binding but has two straps like a traditional bining. i saw one in person and was impressed at the quality over the flows i have.
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Thanks for your help ! I have looked at all the fore mentioned bindings and i'll probably go with flux or union
post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-23-2010, 02:18 AM
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I don't have much input on flows, but I love my rome 390. I like the idea of flows though.
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