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post #61 of 569 (permalink) Old 02-27-2012, 09:45 AM
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Angrysnowboarder made a good point... reviews on the current state of the NX2 series is pretty negligible. They are 100% changing at least the heelcup as the pre-production models were too wide.

If the reps themselves were saying the toe cap needed tweaking, I'm thinking they will change that as well. I hope they make the proper tweaks as these bindings definitely have a ton of potential.

By the way, all these questions about the inner lock-downs and weight... neither are a concern even on the pre-productions. Lock-downs were very solid. In fact, they are a little tough to unlock. The weight is superbly light. I thought my 2010 FSE was light, but the NX2 SE was lighter than that.

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2013 catalog

Has anyone posted this yet?

2013_flow

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I was looking for something like that. Tyvm.
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Any price points for the lower models? (Like The Five?) Will there be any models under $225 with the toe cap and Active Strap?

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Any price points for the lower models? (Like The Five?) Will there be any models under $225 with the toe cap and Active Strap?
Hi Matt,

The Five SE will get the new toe strap and the new full sized locking ratchets. It does not get te Active Strap. This is a hugely upgraded binding from 2012. It has an MSRP of $229.99.
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Any models under 200?

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Looks like snowboards.net has prices for the new flows.
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Ok so NX2RS or NX2AT for a bigger guy (220 lbs) riding on the ice coast on a NS Heritage? Pretty much just freeriding and mostly groomed to ice...I love powder but we just never get it.

For reference I had been riding Rome Targas on this board and they have been fine but I want to try the new Flows.
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Ok so NX2RS or NX2AT for a bigger guy (220 lbs) riding on the ice coast on a NS Heritage? Pretty much just freeriding and mostly groomed to ice...I love powder but we just never get it.

For reference I had been riding Rome Targas on this board and they have been fine but I want to try the new Flows.
Wow nothing...no one even cares to guess?
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Its hard to say since the official model isn't out and few rode the early demo's as it is.

Historically AT's have been a good all arounder for all mountain and the FS's are stiffer front to back. With the addition of the new straps this adds another whole aspect, if you should go dual or stay with the I-Strap.

Give it some time and we'll all be better informed.

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