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Bargain Bindings?? (UK)

Hi All,

Im new to the forum. Ive just bought a 2011 K2 Parkstar and im now looking for some bindings for it.

Iv pretty much narrowed it down and im after some Flows. i was thinking the NXT ATSE's, however, im struggling to find them at a good price, and if i do, they seem to be sold out. Im aware that theyre probably gonna release the new ones soon but they will be over my budget which is why im in a hurry to find some 2011 ones.

I also quite like the Flow M11 bindings. I can get hold of these easier and within my budget but i dont want to get them if they arnt very good in comparison to the NXT's, can anyone comment on this?

Can anyone help please?

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It'll match the Parkstar better in terms of flex and feel. The M series is trickled down tech from the NXT series from a few years ago so it's a bit softer flex and not as shiny.

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It'll match the Parkstar better in terms of flex and feel. The M series is trickled down tech from the NXT series from a few years ago so it's a bit softer flex and not as shiny.
Thanks, just to clarify, are you saying the nxt's will match the parkstar better or the m11's?
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