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But only if you can handle it ....

If edge power and control are what you're looking for, you're going to need a stiff binding to match that stiff board. The NX2 RS Snowboard Binding is Flow's stiffest binding, meant for picking apart high-speed lines and carving up groomers with no remorse. The NS2 RS is also packed with features that make it lighter, more comfortable , and easier to use, so this isn't just a stripped-down race binding.

The A-Fusion PowerStrap with N.A.S.T.Y. technology automatically lifts the strap when the highback is reclined to make getting into your binding quicker and more painless than ever while still providing tons of comfort and support. The H-Series baseplate is rockered so that it makes minimal contact with your board, allowing better board flex and feel without sacrificing response. Modular highbacks separate the upper and lower zones for targeted strength, support, and flex where you need it. Bank Beds canted footbeds are angled to mimic natural leg position for greater power and reduced fatigue, and KushControl EVA padding dampens vibrations for a smooth ride and absorbs impacts from big drops

  • ModBack highback with N.A.S.T.Y.
  • H-Series rockered baseplate with aluminum heelcup
  • KushControl EVA padding
  • BankBeds canted footbed
  • A-Fusion PowerStrap
  • LSR ratchets
  • Adjustable toe ramp
  • Universal Multi-Disc

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5 5

Freaking Amazing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These bindings are top of the line. I've been riding in CO for 6 years now, 15+ days on the slopes each season (one season of 30+ days). It was time to upgrade at the beginning of this past season (2013/2014), I got a 2012/2013 Arbor A-Frame Board with these bindings. These bindings provide the response and feel of strap in bindings with the convenience of rear entry. These bindings are made to carve and respond very well to every movement (NOT for Park). These are meant for high speed and holding a tight line. The NASTY system is sweet and makes it easy to get in and out. Lastly, you can still strap in when you hike into powder and can't use the rear entry (did this multiple times). The ratchets aren't as big and easy to use as normal strap in bindings, but can still be used with gloves or mittens on. Only minor downside, it will take time to dial in this set up, but will save a boat load of time compared to strapping in and out. I'd buy this binding again even at full price, sturdy as all hell, awesome materials and components.

5 5

Soft Boot Carvers, these are for you...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Let me start with the fact that these are the stiffest bindings I have ridden besides Catek. If you are looking for a binding to handle the stresses of Soft Boot Carving or high speed runs these are great, if you are looking for a Park binding...keep on walking. Easier to adjust and less of the free-heel feeling of my previous Flows, these bad boys keep on giving when the speed increases. These bindings are very stiff and you actually have to watch out because you can get them too tight if you are not careful.
Let's talk about ride some...great for carving and with some dampening but not too squishy. The built-in cant is just about perfect for me and is very nice when railing turns on my Raptor. Just about as close to a hard-boot set up as you can get while still maintaining all-mountain functionality. They still have the weight issues of Flow but it's a great trade-off for the better than average performance of these bindings. I tried three other bindings that didn't work (Burton Diode EST, Ride El Hefe, Salomon Quantum) and these were not only the stiffest but fit the best for an Alpine stance with zero boot out, +50 +47, due to the lack of the toe strap.
Get yourself a pair of these monsters, don't worry about how fast you are going and dig deep trenches. Cheers..