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04-02-2014 07:15 PM
jwelsh83
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Originally Posted by DasStugIII View Post
My opinion is probably not the popular one but ive been riding some flow quattro se's on my pickle this season(first) to see if i liked the rear entry, and honestly i think its the coolest shit ever and ive already bought the fuse se's for next season cus the quattros were just to try it out, but man, the consistency and speed you get from the rear entry is just awesome and i dont think you have to make any of the sacrifices you used to with the new 13/14 flows with the NASTY system and the toe cap and nice ratchets, which were the only things ppl seem to bash them about. The quattros were way to squishy, being that they are all plastic and lower end, but the fuse se's are a perfect mid flex and have all the modern features available on any other binding in the same range. They kinda pricey i guess but i got the fuse's for 165 shipped BNIB so i DEFINITELY think its worth it(if you like rear entry).
Im pretty new to the Flow scene and bought some NX2 RS's and love 'em. Not completely sold on the hybrid strap with the toe cap...Ill be looking into next season's fuse. Something a little softer than the super stiff RS. Not everybody likes quick entry, but like you, I dig them and had to give them a try. I like to try a lot of different brands in boards and bindings. Ill usually wear bindings for 2-3 seasons and flip them if they're still in okay condition.
04-02-2014 07:07 PM
DasStugIII My opinion is probably not the popular one but ive been riding some flow quattro se's on my pickle this season(first) to see if i liked the rear entry, and honestly i think its the coolest shit ever and ive already bought the fuse se's for next season cus the quattros were just to try it out, but man, the consistency and speed you get from the rear entry is just awesome and i dont think you have to make any of the sacrifices you used to with the new 13/14 flows with the NASTY system and the toe cap and nice ratchets, which were the only things ppl seem to bash them about. The quattros were way to squishy, being that they are all plastic and lower end, but the fuse se's are a perfect mid flex and have all the modern features available on any other binding in the same range. They kinda pricey i guess but i got the fuse's for 165 shipped BNIB so i DEFINITELY think its worth it(if you like rear entry).
03-29-2014 06:09 PM
24WERD What kind of riding do you plan on doing?

if park get something with board feel.

if litle bit of everything then med flex bindings like the union Force or Atlas (they have evo at 135 for atlas in the outlet).

or the Flux the high end ones (not RL or RS, but DS DL - not sure the names- outside of price thearshold) my spelling really bad.

if you don't need it now then wait in the early summer or spring to buy it.
03-29-2014 05:38 PM
FriskyMilkman
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Originally Posted by 24WERD View Post
what is your budget?
keep it under $250
03-29-2014 05:21 PM
24WERD what is your budget?
03-29-2014 05:10 PM
FriskyMilkman So what I'm getting here are the Now IPO 2014's are the way to go?? Seems like that's what everone is suggesting. I also do alot of free riding in powder, and trees, as well as groomed trails. I'm new to snowboarding, so would the iPo's still be my best bet?? I would say I do 60% Park, 40% free riding.
03-29-2014 05:00 PM
linvillegorge
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Originally Posted by SnowDogWax View Post
^^^^
You do lov those Now IPOs
Doubt I'll ever buy another binding not made by Flux or Now. A lot would have to change. I've ridden a shit ton of brands and those two definitely stand out. Next up would be Burton. Not a fan of big B, but they do make a good binding. I have an old pair of Triads and don't have anything bad to say about them.
03-29-2014 05:00 PM
GreyDragon
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^^^^
You do lov those Now IPOs
Same here.
They'd be great on a pickle!
03-29-2014 04:10 PM
ekb18c If you are going to get the gnu park pickle then the EST bindings will not work with your board. YOu will need to get the reflex version.
03-29-2014 03:42 PM
SnowDogWax ^^^^
You do lov those Now IPOs
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