All about all-mountain.
Flow designed the NX2 SE for riders who like to hit up the whole mountain and know what they're doing. The SE is the softest-flexing of the NX2 line, which means that it's still plenty responsive and supportive enough to charge hard in gnarly terrain, but has enough give to also take to the park.
The Hybrid PowerCap Strap still has Flow's signature rear-entry system to make getting in and out of your bindings quick and convenient, but also features a toe cap for riders who like the feel of a traditional binding strap. It's also equipped with N.A.S.T.Y. technology that automatically lifts the strap when the highback is reclined to make getting into your binding quicker and more painless than ever. 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
- Hybrid PowerCap Strap
- Locking ratchets
- Adjustable toe ramp
- Universal Multi-Disc
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift
Got these for my bro, and he says these are great. Adjustable, comfortable, easy to get into and out of, lightweight, good stable control. Loves the reclining hi-back...Works great in all snow conditions at the mountain..no complaints!
Loved the binding!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Easy to get into and out of much better than my previous Flow NXT binding. Also extremely light by comparison. I plan on keeping them for a long long time!
Really nice. Easy in and out
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought these Flow bindings before a recent trip to Japan. We had plenty of fresh snow and I had no problems using these off piste, out of bounds and straight off the lift. The combo of side entry and rear entry is a winner. I mainly used the rear entry to get in but there were occasions when I crashed in deep snow or an awkward spot that the side entry buckles came in handy.
Having only used std strap bindings before (Burton Triads and Ride SPI's), I can safely say I am a Flow bindings convert.
The convenience of getting moving so quickly more that makes up for the apparent lack of feel (which I didn't notice: perhaps if I went from one run on a buckle binding to one run on a Flow binding and back again I would have noticed but having had a long time between trips to the snow I had no recent reference to compare).
Initially I was having trouble getting into the rear foot bindings which was a little frustrating. Once I experimented with having the straps a bit looser (I was coming from std strap bindings mentality), I could get in and out really easily. I think you don't need to have Flow bindings quite as tight as std strap bindings.