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what bindings for flow quantium

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What kind of bindings should i get for a flow quantum? I was thinking of getting flow the five or the flow trilogy. they have a flex rating of 3 and 3.5. Is that good for like the terrain park? What do you think would be the best for this board? not looking to spend a lot.
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Hey,
What kind of bindings should i get for a flow quantum? I was thinking of getting flow the five or the flow trilogy. they have a flex rating of 3 and 3.5. Is that good for like the terrain park? What do you think would be the best for this board? not looking to spend a lot.
thanks
From what I've read the quantum its a more aggressive freestyle twin board.
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What kind of bindings should i get for a flow quantum? I was thinking of getting flow the five or the flow trilogy. they have a flex rating of 3 and 3.5. Is that good for like the terrain park? What do you think would be the best for this board? not looking to spend a lot.
thanks
Hi cpamieta,

The Quantum is Scotty Lago's deck and he rides them with his NXT AT-SE bindings which were designed together as a matched pair. I hear you on not spending a lot. If you want Flow binding designed for similar use as the AT (All Terrain) but at a lower price point then the Five is a great choice. You can go big in the park on the Five with no worries.


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Personally I wouldn't go below regular M9's on that deck. At-SE's are the obvious choice.

If not Flow for the bindings as well check out Raiden Phantoms, Burton Cartels or Malavitas, or Flux SF45's.

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ok thanks for the info, going to get the five
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If you didn't pull the trigger yet, I'm with Nivek. I wouldn't go lower than the M9s. If you can afford it, a little more money now... long term benefit.
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+1 to M9's
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