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Old 01-24-2013, 01:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2012 Flow Muse Women's Snowboard Binding

Size: Women's Medium fits 5.0 -- 9.0
Color: Purple Lilac
Condition: Literally only ridden 5x and in great condition, stored indoors, and look like new. Selling these bindings for my old lady because I got her new board/binding setup.


Retails for $160. Asking just $100 including shipping & Paypal fees!! (Paypal payment only unless local pickup)


Description:
The most efficient women's binding on the market, the Flow Muse binding is a do-it-all women's binding for those looking for performance, comfort and convenience. Flow's speed entry technology allows you easy in and out without sacrificing response or comfort.

Features:
Flow's Power Triangle links the hi-back directly to the center area of the baseplate with a high-tension steel cable, creating a structurally powerful and very responsive triangular geometry. As a result, you'll have more control with no energy loss and less weight. // Free+ Snaplock lets you adjust your forward lean without having to get out of your bindings or asking the lifty for a screwdriver.

Straps:
Flow's unique single-piece foot straps distribute pressure evenly over a wider boot surface, so they won't cut off circulation, crush your foot, or limit your flex range.
Composite I-Flex Strap's gives the ideal support for all-mountain riders.
3D molded core and internal multiple-panel frame for precise form-fitting to any type of boot.
Slim construction to reduce bulk while enhancing overall flex and support.
The Locking Airframe MINIratchet buckles provide micro adjustment of the 3D Power Strap.

Highback:
Ventilated hibacks feature an integrated back flare at the lower edge. This virtually eliminates any risk of the hiback catching on the heel of the boot when getting out, and it also serves to stiffen the overall hiback structure through enhanced 3D shaping.

Baseplate:
The H-Series slight softer baseplate with the Ventilated hiback makes for a mellow ride while still eliminating those bumps on the groomers, and Flow's "Power Bridge" design gives you the stiffness and responsiveness you demand from a binding. The baseplate is also slightly wider to accommodate boots with a larger footprint, and provide a stable platform on your board.


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