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Extremely pleased with my flow era.

Took it out tonight to big boulder park in pa. Conditions werent the best, did one run down and being my first time on the new board i had no clue what to expect so i kinda just tried to let the board show me its limits if that makes sense, edges held extremely well, the feel of the RC is awsome. Took it into the park After a few runs and started hitting the rails , And boy did the board shine. I had nose presses down after 5 runs down. Started to try other grinds but i got afraid since i didnt have a helmet. Was doing the penguin walk throughout my runs just trying to up my style points and the board just let me do what ever, never caught an edge the whole night. Only downfall is my bindings i could feel they werent flexing as much as my board and it made it feel slopish at times.


All in all i love this board for the park and groomers.

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If someone could recomemd a little flexier binding to get thatd be great. Im currently on 2011 k2 indys.

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Took it out tonight to big boulder park in pa. Conditions werent the best, did one run down and being my first time on the new board i had no clue what to expect so i kinda just tried to let the board show me its limits if that makes sense, edges held extremely well, the feel of the RC is awsome. Took it into the park After a few runs and started hitting the rails , And boy did the board shine. I had nose presses down after 5 runs down. Started to try other grinds but i got afraid since i didnt have a helmet. Was doing the penguin walk throughout my runs just trying to up my style points and the board just let me do what ever, never caught an edge the whole night. Only downfall is my bindings i could feel they werent flexing as much as my board and it made it feel slopish at times.


All in all i love this board for the park and groomers.

Edit:
If someone could recomemd a little flexier binding to get thatd be great. Im currently on 2011 k2 indys.
do you have EST? if you dont i know there not that good but Burton Freesyle Bindings are nice!!! i got them on my burton custom... i love them... they are nice an smooth on an off too!!! and glad to hear you like your era bro!

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