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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-28-2009, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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2009-2010 Flow bindings part 1

i went to shayboarder.com and saw the lineup for the 2009-2010 Flow bindings, just wanted to share it with you guys

Flow NXT-AT


Flow NXT-AT highback


Flow NXT-FSE


Flow NXT-FSE


Flow M9SE




Flow M9


Flow Minx


Flow Minx



*these are just previews*
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 12:28 PM
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HEy,
What do all you guys think of Flow bindings? I've heard that some people love them, some hate them. I'm thinking about getting those Flow M9SE if there a good park binding to put on a next years Bataleon Evil Twin. What do you guys think?
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Sorry to steal your thread but what also might be some good park bindings for next year?
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i have NXT FS's which are the alum m9s generally and they are sick for park. super comfy with tons of playability where you want it, response where you need it.

im super jealous of those red and blue FSEs they would look sick on my deck..

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I had an early pair of Flows and I kept falling out of them so I switched to standard bindings. I'm sure the quality is better now though.


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i have NXT FS's which are the alum m9s generally and they are sick for park. super comfy with tons of playability where you want it, response where you need it.

im super jealous of those red and blue FSEs they would look sick on my deck..
Well then that will probably be what i'm getting next years sales time

And ya those FSE do look pretty sweet and would match awsomely
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pretty keen on my 390s when it comes to park... not into those flow color ways.
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pretty keen on my 390s when it comes to park... not into those flow color ways.
Ya I bet there are different colors for each binding because these things are kinda flashy. And never tried out Flow's before so I think I'll give them a try next year. But I'll still have my 390's if they end up not as good but the M9SE's look pretty solid to me so I think I'll try them out next ear.
post #9 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 04:39 PM
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have you guys noticed that on the ladder strap on the inside of the bindings, there are holes in them? you cant really tell in these photos but if you look closely at the photos in the part 2 thread. you can see them.

it seems that flow has moved to a more traditional style binding with screw adjustments on one side and ratchets on the other side. also, the ratchet design for 2010 has changed. looks pretty cool imo and im excited to get a new set!

what do you guys think?
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cool, good observation. I kinda like that they have ratchets now . I'm picking ups those M9SE next year and putting them on a 2010 evil twin I might look pretty good but it looks like a solid setup.

And i think you should pick some up and tell me about them but what ever you get good luck.
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