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Leave 'em behind a few times and maybe they'll reconsider their binding choice.

A lot of board and binding names are kind of random, but Flow’s The Five Snowboard Binding makes total sense since that’s about how many seconds it takes you to strap in the binding once you slide off the lift. Flow’s easy-entry reclining highback that allows you to quickly step in without a fuss; the single I-Flex strap also cuts down time you need to dial in your fit. Only problem is, you’re still not dropping in any faster since you’re hanging around waiting for your mates to strap in.

  • Single I-Flex PowerStrap distributes pressure over a wider area of your foot for more board feel and power with less cramping and discomfort
  • Four locking Airframe MINIrachets let you fine-tune the fit of the PowerStrap
  • Power Triangle directly links highback to center of baseplate, cutting weight while increasing responsiveness
  • Synchronous Length Adjustment (SLA) provides easy adjustment of the baseplate length for ideal boot compatibility
  • Free+ allows tool-less forward-lean adjustment without having to step out of the binding

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2 5

they dont flow

flow's are meant to be easier to get in and out of, they're not. you think you got them set up perfectly, then you get to the top of the chair, and you're stuck there trying to get them back to where they were. they get snow in them easily and just don't "flow" very well. dont recommend them, for the price you could get a pair of unions, which are liter and stronger

would these bindings work well with an...

would these bindings work well with an arbor element rx board, aka will they even mount to one

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They sure will. The Arbor boards use the 4-hole pattern, which these bindings have. These bindings also have the 3-hole pattern. The only boards they won't work with are boards with Burton's channel 2-hole pattern. A special disk would be required for those boards.

5 5

The best!!

dont let any one tell you that with FLOW binding you cant make good preformence or "they are for lazy riders". FLOW bindings FIVE new model make the all snowboard experince totally difrent!! dont get it! i want to be the only one with it!!:)

The best!!

can you wear any kind of boot with this...

can you wear any kind of boot with this binding? if so can you where a boot that was designed for the k2 clicker series

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Yes this binding will work with any boot. It is like any normal snowboard binding, but the back flips down so that you can slide your boot in. As for if it will work with a K2 clicker boot, I would think that it will, but it would work best with a normal boot. Hope that helps!

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Will Flow Five bindings fit my 2010 burton...

Will Flow Five bindings fit my 2010 burton blunt? please help!...

Unanswered Question

Will Flow Five bindings fit my 2010 burton...

Will Flow Five bindings fit my 2010 burton blunt? please help!...

5 5

Great Bindings

I have been boarding for about 12 years now, and I go to Colorado about once or twice a year for a week and to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I had regular Burton Cartels for a while, but they broke so I was looking for a new pair. I am an experienced snowboarder, and out of curiosity picked up a pair of Flow Flite 3's. They were ok, but kinda sucked. They weren't very sensitive, nor were they aesthetically pleasing. I finally decided to look at the better, newer models of Flow. I picked up a pair of the Fives, and no kidding, they were fantastic. They take a little bit to get tuned to your foot, but I mark where they feel comfortable on the strap with a perm. marker so you can still fit it into a bag. I took 'em to Colorado and they were awesome in backcountry, park, trees, and the groomed cruiser runs. I ride pretty fast, and they still have great response. In the park they are decent, but I do mostly backcountry stuff, bowls, and trees. If you're looking for a great binding for the price that is efficient and amazing, look into these. I ride a Never Summer Revolver-R and they work great with it. I would recommend these for any riding style and experience.