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Flow bindings with Non Flow boots

I have the 2010 flow M9-SE bindings on my sierrascope with some crappy old Head boots that I have had for a while(I still like wearing them). I can't seem to get the bindings adjusted. When I have them secure enough for my liking, I can never get my boot out without releasing the buckles. Anyone else had a problem with this? Am I gonna have to get a set of flow boots for it to work properly?
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follow the video instructions on flows site about how to set them up. they don't need to be as tight on your boots as normal bindings do. I thought the same thing until I followed flows instructions and actually rode with them a little looser.
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follow the video instructions on flows site about how to set them up. they don't need to be as tight on your boots as normal bindings do. I thought the same thing until I followed flows instructions and actually rode with them a little looser.
I tried this, myabe I just didnt get the hang of it. It always felt really squirly when I followed this......SO I'm guessing you don't have flow boots?
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I have K2 maysis boots. the bindings honestly look lose but are very responsive. It takes a minute to get used to the way they look, but they ride just like every other binding I have ever ridden.
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