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do Burton boards and Flow bindings work well together?

i have a 08 custom and some new 09 flow 5s and i was just wondering if they are good together?
are the flows any good?
just wanting alittle feedback
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sorry i think i posted in wrong section can this be moved to the board talk?
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i have a burton board with flow nxts...works fine...

but i havent heard good things about the fives, and you can get last years nxts for less then this years fives...
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so are fives not good bindings in general?
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I used to ride a Burton Custom with the 5s, it was a great all around set up I thought. I probably rode that 10 or 20 times in all different conditions. Nothing wrong with that at all.
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dam im second guessing my purchase now
should i just get some 08 missions too?
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dam im second guessing my purchase now
should i just get some 08 missions too?
its not that flows are bad, just the fives are...missions are probably better then the fives but your looking at the bottom of the bucket for bindings. if price is an issue just look online for last years stuff.

valuesports.com is where i bought mine..
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FTR what I reviewed was the '08 the fives not the '09's. Honestly if they didn't have the stuck high back issue they would have been a lot better. IMo if you go flow get the higher end ones, I think they have ratchets starting at the M9's but check.
You could also consider the K2 auto for a good quick release alternative that is not rear entry
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Locking MINIratchet and Slike-Lock Strap Adjustment System
thats what the fives have. is that alright?
same ratchet as on the nxts

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