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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 03:05 AM
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Don't get those rear entry bindings unless you have tried it with your boot. Sometimes it doesn't fit right and is a pain to adjust it properly. You end up with something that doesn't give you good response because it's not held down as snug as traditional straps.
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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-26-2010, 11:51 PM
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leaning toward the FRX's but am interested to see how u like the ATSE.
I tried out the ATSE's yesterday and loved them a lot. They are much more stiff than the Flite 3. If you are looking for the most stiff binding from Flow then go with the FRX. The ATSE still has a little give to it but not much. The response was great and I felt a much more attached to my board. The big problem with my Flite 3's was the size. The shop I bought them from gave me a size L but my 11.5 boot maxes out the size L, so I went with the XL instead and it was perfect. I never had any issues stepping in and out. The NXT-ATSE overall is a great binding and has plenty of options for adjustments.
post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-27-2010, 10:39 PM
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The FRX is the stiffest binding Flow makes, and would work just fine for you. With that being said, I'm a bigger guy and ride the AT, FSE, and FRX without any issues. All the baseplates in the NXT series are aluminum, with the FSE having a CNC milled base, making it lighter than the other NXT models. The FRX also shares the same highback as the FSE, just the baseplate on the FRX is not CNC milled, and the FSE uses the I Strap (More freestyle) and the FRX uses the A Strap (All mountain)

Either way, you can't really go wrong with the FSE, ATSE, or FRX.
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Anybody have any experience with flow bindings and size 14 feet? Wondering if my feet are to big for the xl bindings.

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