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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-16-2008, 07:06 AM
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Flows for teaching lessons?

Whats up guys, I was curious to see if anyone would recommend Flow bindings for teaching lessons? I am just looking for a cheap but moderately comfortable binding because my calves do cramp occasionally. Right now I have Ride DFC SPi's on my 09 skate banana but I refuse to teach with my new board so I am using an 07 Nitro Team and I do not want to keep switching my bindings from board to board, its just a hassle. So are flows a good idea for teaching? Or is their another binding out there?

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Personally, I don't think Flows are ever a good idea.
post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-16-2008, 08:30 AM
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I was actually kind of embarassed to ask about flows because they are like the product beginners flock to because they are unique. But I just want a cheap binding and I would think it'd be easy to pop in if I had to chase a rogue student. I'm just worried about my calves and a loose fit.
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I was actually kind of embarassed to ask about flows because they are like the product beginners flock to because they are unique. But I just want a cheap binding and I would think it'd be easy to pop in if I had to chase a rogue student. I'm just worried about my calves and a loose fit.
i love my flows, no im not a noob.

i have nxt fs's but you would probably be fine with a cheap pair if its just for teaching...and how loose they are is all up to you, you can make em pretty tight and you will still be able to get in, and if you increase the forward angle it will feel tighter as well
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Flows have come a long way. But don't get any low end ones.
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