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Old 01-08-2015, 07:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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looking for some flow bindings. im still rocking some of the first gen i think they are. crazy heavy, looking to upgrade them. let me know what you got and how much.
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looking for some flow bindings. im still rocking some of the first gen i think they are. crazy heavy, looking to upgrade them. let me know what you got and how much.
I've got last years NX2 RS and this year's NX2. I stick to the fusion strap because it's what I like best and I'm still not totally sold on the toe strap of the hybrid. I think the toe strap still leaves you adjusting it whenever you take your foot out and back in. The fusion is still set it, and forget it. That's what I like especially on a powder day and you're racing to be the first one down! That's why I love Flows! My RS I got at an end of season sale for $160 and this years NX2 I paid a hefty $315, but I had to have them and dug the white colorway. If you have the first gen, you'll love the newer flows with all the newer technology. If I was you, I'd upgrade ASAP LOL
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haha thanks. yeah i am trying to justify the price of the NX2 GT's. i dont board nearly as much as i use to but i want something good while im there, and i dont want to have to buy another set for another several years. loved my first pair. took them off board for some adjusting this season and i thought "damn these are heavy".
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haha thanks. yeah i am trying to justify the price of the NX2 GT's. i dont board nearly as much as i use to but i want something good while im there, and i dont want to have to buy another set for another several years. loved my first pair. took them off board for some adjusting this season and i thought "damn these are heavy".
Yeah, The newer Flows are nice and lighter. The GT's are nice, but not for the extra $80 over the regular NX2's IMO. But if you plan on buying them and get many years of use, instead of flipping them every 2-3 seasons, than go all out for the GT's. If you have the first ten, you seem like the type of person to get many, many years of use. So why not splurge on the GT's and be happy for awhile?!

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Of course, there's always tax return money time. So there you go, an idea and time to buy! I've never been the best influence some may say...
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haha yeah. i may. took a break when my son was born. trying to find time to ride now, and when hes big enough we will be out a lot more.
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I'm in the same boat. My daughter is now 14 months old and I've already convinced my wife that she'll be riding soon enough!
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what is difference between NX2 and NX2-AT?
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What size boot are you?
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depending on the brand, i am 10.5 sometimes 11.
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