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Step into the Flow Minx for the best deal in ladies' freestyle snowboard bindings.

The Flow Minx Binding is a feature-rich intermediate-level ladies' freestyle binding. Just because you're not quite a pro snowboarder (yet) doesn't mean you have to sacrifice the best that the top-dollar expert bindings have to offer. The Minx features the same ultralightweight baseplate and adjustable landing pads of Flow's premium bindings, and you'll feel the same generous support when you crank down the I-Flex strap. Rear step-in convenience and asymmetrical design are icing on the cake for this all-mountain freestyle performer. The Minx will keep you glued to your board as your confidence builds all over the slopes.

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1 5

Cracked off my board in the middle of a run!

I wore these bindings a total of 6 days, and on the day of their death, I was riding down a black diamond and they cracked and brok off my board. Luckily I did not get hurt, but I had to get ski patrol to sled me down the steep mountain since it was un-walkable. Not sure if it was just crappy plastic, or poorly made... but this is definitely something to be wary of. Got lots of compliments tho when they worked ! Ekk- DONT BUY!!

4 5

Be Prepared

I love, Love, LOVE my Flow bindings; however, be prepared: After about a year or so of use, the metal pin on the back flap started sliding out. My husband has the same problem; I have to assume that this is the rule, not the exception, for Flow bindings, as I don't see that they've addressed this obvious design flaw in the newer models. A little Super Glue takes care of the problem, and the pros definitely outweigh this one con.

Can I wear my step in boots with the...

Can I wear my step in boots with the Flow?

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Definitely wouldn't recommend it. Step in boots have a lot of structural support built in. If you put them in a normal set of bindings, you are going to have double the normal structural support. Save the weight and issues and grab yourself a new pair of boots off brociety for $50-75 bucks

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How much do they weight?

How much do they weight?

5 5

How easy can it get.

Flow binding need I say more. The best investment so far. For beginners and advanced alike why would you want anything else. Talk about the ease of sliding out of your binding when you crash hard or just to ride the lift to the top, it just doesn't get any better. I can not say anything bad about these bindings at this point. I did my homework on other Flow bindings and found some of them to have issues with bolts coming loose and cables snapping but I just think those were exceptions not the rules for Flow bindings. I don't think we'll be using anything else, well maybe a new model once we wear these out in a few years.