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Old 07-03-2008, 04:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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due to my large feet and poor hire equipment at chill factore i decided to purchase a snowboard with bindings from bargain boards. i decided on a flow wide board 'merc 163' with flow flight 3 bindings. although you lot will probably tell me that it is not the best and the old strap vs step in debate i have to pay 17 for 1 and a half hours slope time. i find the bindings have less movement than the hire equipment the board itself is soft but not overly so. overall i would purchase aanother flow snowboard and i love the bindings i probably get about ten more runs in due to the fact i can fasten both feet in on the drag lift.
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Old 07-04-2008, 12:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Two years ago the Flow Infinite and Solitude were two of the best freeride boards I tested. I am not sure if they are still models they offer. I use a Solitude for resort riding still. I do a lot of slackcountry type stuff and the gradual taper is perfect for my type of riding. It's also a damn tough board.
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Old 07-05-2008, 09:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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i live in bury m8 and on my first season few years back i used a morrow wide board and flow bindings cos i was stupid i dont even have big feet.
ive had a few boards since then and settled on my rome graft 153 and rome 390 bindings so if ur looking to buy a 158 morrow wide board and flow bindings on the super cheap let me know and ill happily send em ur way!!
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