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11-17-2008 04:59 PM
snowboarder211 well i dont own flow but all my friends have them and they love them, but there not really good for back country. personaly i have the k2 cinch bidings i have no idea what other ppl say about them but i love them. they work like regular bindings and flows. the only fall back for them is there hella heavy
11-17-2008 03:40 AM
jmacphee9
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i herd there okay but not to use them in the park get the customs i have thouse tons of goodness
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Dude, late.

11-23-2006
epic english and date failzor.. when this thread did come out, flows were heavy..
11-16-2008 04:37 AM
arsenic0
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I just recently bought a burton board, and them being so genius made the three hole design for bindings. so i was stuck with the idea of only being able to get the custom burtons ( which are dece for my riding level), but low and behold i have come across the new patented technology of flow bindings, and i have heard that they fit the burton boards, which would be marvelous. but problem is, is that i have only heard one review of them, and that is of my friends who loves them, but i would like to hear more stories, any words of wisdom would be great. The burton board is the king ( i have big feet haha). All-in-all i want a good binding for some all-mountain riding.

Peace
I am pretty sure almost every binding company has plates you can email them and ask for and get for free or very very cheap for pretty much any binding configuration...no binding company is going to limit the boards they can go onto when its such a minor piece in the overall bindings. Whoever told you that you needed Burton bindings to fit on a 3 hole burton board probably just wanted a sale..
Wow this thread is really late..lol
11-16-2008 01:34 AM
legallyillegal Dude, late.

11-23-2006
11-16-2008 01:28 AM
Mooz
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Originally Posted by snoninja View Post
i herd there okay but not to use them in the park get the customs i have thouse tons of goodness
Sweet Jesus on a bagel where in the hell did you learn english?

Flows are good. I used the NXT ATs and loved them. They're not heavy at all.
11-16-2008 12:16 AM
snoninja i herd there okay but not to use them in the park get the customs i have thouse tons of goodness
11-24-2006 01:23 AM
snowman217
The Custom Brew

the flows looked great, sounded great but i got sold on the idea of beer bottle brown custom bindings by burton. The tried and tested good bindings that hey have a beer bottle opener on the back of them, they look great and fit snug like a king. So remember The king drinks the Custom Brew haha (my board is the king).

ciao
11-20-2006 12:29 PM
ghost
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Originally Posted by snowman217
I just recently bought a burton board, and them being so genius made the three hole design for bindings. so i was stuck with the idea of only being able to get the custom burtons ( which are dece for my riding level), but low and behold i have come across the new patented technology of flow bindings, and i have heard that they fit the burton boards, which would be marvelous. but problem is, is that i have only heard one review of them, and that is of my friends who loves them, but i would like to hear more stories, any words of wisdom would be great. The burton board is the king ( i have big feet haha). All-in-all i want a good binding for some all-mountain riding.

Peace

I used to think they were a great idea... good concept, easy-in, easy-out... but three friends who I ride with occ***ionally have all warned me to stay away. Two of them bought them, then re-sold them soon after.

Apparently, they're pretty damn heavy... aside from that, there seemes to be some preference to the regular bindings over the Flows as far as support goes.

I'd still like to try them out, for sure... but to buy them? I dunno... I'd have to be sold that they're alot better than my current ones to make a switch.
11-19-2006 09:14 PM
snowman217
Flow bindings

I just recently bought a burton board, and them being so genius made the three hole design for bindings. so i was stuck with the idea of only being able to get the custom burtons ( which are dece for my riding level), but low and behold i have come across the new patented technology of flow bindings, and i have heard that they fit the burton boards, which would be marvelous. but problem is, is that i have only heard one review of them, and that is of my friends who loves them, but i would like to hear more stories, any words of wisdom would be great. The burton board is the king ( i have big feet haha). All-in-all i want a good binding for some all-mountain riding.

Peace

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