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|09-30-2010 06:36 PM|
I am an SP Fastec fan
and a K2 Cinch fan
|09-30-2010 01:35 PM|
|MountainManCO||where can i find Flow dealers in Denver? anyone know of one? i would like to see these in person|
|09-30-2010 12:15 PM|
Originally Posted by MountainManCO View Post
|09-30-2010 12:03 PM|
|MountainManCO||Those NXT-FRX's are their stiffest binding, i wonder if i would be a little shocked at that...|
|09-30-2010 11:41 AM|
[QUOTE=JeffreyCH;309196]HAHAHAHA Those '95 Flows crack me up, WTH is up with those long ass bolts sticking out of the side?? Looks like something the good Dr. Frankenstien cobbled together in his spare time.QUOTE]
Yup, UGLY. But that is how prototyping goes. Set'm up so you can test'm, break'm down, rebuild'm better and then test again. Recessed hardware, etc comes much later.
We carried the first brown bindings with the sperm logo the next year and rode them. They were the beginning, but had some probs too. The new models are freaking unreal. Rear entry, conventional side entry, on the fly tuning, ergo everything. The most refined bindings on the market...strong as hell, best warranty to back it up.
If you are a freerider you want these NXT-FRX:
If you are a girl, have a girlfriend (or want to get one) Prima SE:
|09-30-2010 10:31 AM|
HAHAHAHA Those '95 Flows crack me up, WTH is up with those long ass bolts sticking out of the side?? Looks like something the good Dr. Frankenstien cobbled together in his spare time. On the other hand the '11's look sick, cool to see how far they have come.
Mountainman, for sure time for a new set up
|09-30-2010 10:28 AM|
Hey! A Sandpointian! I used to live in California, and moved here about 3 years ago after discovering it was the most badass place I've ever been. It's not the easiest making a living here since Idaho is a "Right to Work (For Nothing)" State and the economy is in shambles, but if you can make it happen this place has everything an outdoor enthusiast could ever want.
Come back sometime and ride Schweitzer, they've added quite a few upgrades in the past 5 or so years, so it's probably even better then you remember.
Man, can't go wrong with a Heritage. I ended up getting an Evo for this season to learn freestyle with, but that is for sure going to be my next board.
|09-30-2010 10:14 AM|
|MountainManCO||lol... BTW i lived in Sandpoint before coming to Denver - LOVED SANDPOINT! Worked for Coldwater... in fact thats the mtn i learned to board on 8)|
|09-30-2010 09:54 AM|
|HoboMaster||Oh man, you are going to be stoked when you buy a new pair of bindings, those things are dinosaurs|
|09-30-2010 09:39 AM|
Originally Posted by JeffreyCH View Post
It seems to work out, but what the hell do i know, it's the only way i have ever done it... well now i have some $ and am going to do this thing right... thats why i have been reading tons on this forum (much thanks)
i am getting the NS Heritage board http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...-new-deck.html
plan on taking my boots to the shop seeing about fit for the following bindings:
Flow (FIVE, M11, M9)
so honestly i dont have a clue but figure i better get one, and a good setup, finally
sry for the thread hi-jack - all feedback welcome, especially on bindings (i am an all mountain freerider pow hunter - NO terrain park)
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