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Flow likes aggressive ladies

Flow built the Women’s Prima SE Snowboard Binding for ladies who refuse to just slide down the bunny slope on their butts. Not one to be taken lightly, this tech-savvy all-mountain freestyle binding transfers energy from boot to board instantly thanks to a forged aluminum baseplate with a slight rocker shape and EVA-padded toe ramps. Easy to adjust and comfortable across the top of your boot, the Prima SE is one sassy donna.
  • Tool-free forward lean adjust allows quick tweaks and adds extra lateral support
  • Cush-pad shock-absorbing basepad
  • Independently adjustable toe and heel landing pads for customized fit and performance
  • Synchronous Length Adjustment for customized fit and performance
  • Ventilated lightweight reinforced highback
  • CI Flex strap is cushy, comfortable, and supportive

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do the buckles ratchet down?

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do the buckles ratchet down?

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Yes... But they work slightly different than traditional ratchets....

4 5

takes getting used to

I've been used to my Ride VXns for years and years. So, when I first started using these I hated them. After tweaking them a little I actually like them alot they are lighter then my old VXNs and definetly quicker to get in and out of. They definetly took some getting used to though.

4 5

still top choice when i hit the mtn

I started riding twelve years ago with flows, so maybe I was just trained from the start to love them. I have heard that you either love them or hate them, and I am a lover. I ventured out a few years back and tried the K2 Cinch hybrid binding (which worked well enough but was a monster as far as weight)and then bought the Burton Cartel. Now I am happily back with flows. I still ride my cartels when I am doing long backcountry or heli runs but when it comes to on-and-off short lift-runs, nothing beats the Flows. They are light weight, I can blow by the boarders who have to sit down don/doff their binding, and now that they are fully adjustable on the slope, they are more responsive too.

I give them four stars and nit five because I do feel they have regressed in recent years in quality. The old school bindings felt a lot more sturdy and well built. Now that they have so many moving parts they are a bit confusing to adjust and feel a little less rough and tumble. Still I have had no problems functionally and they are my top choice for resort riding.