Go nuts in the terrain park with the Flow Pro Series Binding.
Lock in to the Flow Pro Series Binding and own the terrain park. Butter boxes and air out gap jumps, these freestyle bindings' forgiving flex helps you ride away on your feet. Dampening EVA on the base plate improves board feel and soaks up chatter on rough transitions. Flow's reclining highback makes entry and exit super easy and locks to form the signature power triangle of support, stiffness, and response. The air-channels on the highback and a streamlined strap cut down weight so you can make that extra rotation. Locking MINIratchet buckles ensure you get a custom fit.
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Almost just as says but good buy
I was told that the XL fits up to 12. It fits but it's very tight and when the binding makes you slide your foot in and out it's hard at times. It is much easier than the regular bindings though. I will never go back A++++
The flow from isn't the TOP END model but for its price it is way better then expected. These are light and no need to buy any more advanced flows unless you are a intense rider.
(White is easy to clean so don't worry)
after reading multiple reviews and seeing how it's usually an extreme point of view, i found it surprising that i really enjoyed using these bindings. they are comfortable and easy to use.
i did have a pressure point near my toe but i think it was cuz i was boarding too long. who knows.
the product is def awesome and i would use no other bindings cept for the flows now.
They are just what I was looking for. I was able to put my other foot in the binding ON THE LIFT! I was GONE while other boarders were sitting on their cans fighting with their straps. Even when I had to stop, I just dropped to my knees and snapped my other foot right in there. Great response and fit made for a perfect feel and ride down the mountain. These will change your entire snowboarding experience for the better.
The Pro Series binding is a great product and has taken some serious abuse this season. It doesn't matter if you're playing in the backcountry, park, getting some air time, or gliding down a groomed hill, the Pro Series did the job well. The only negative was using this binding on a Burton board (three hole system). Flow bindings on a Burton board lead to a wider stance that takes some time getting use to.
rode them in mammoth twice and love them! i have Burton p1's but decided to try the flow bindings cuz i saw how easy the kids at my local mountain got in and out of them! I do love my p1's, but i have yet to put them back on my custom X board! these bindings are so freakin easy to put on! i think another reason why i havent put my p1's back on is cuz i get a lot of compliments on the white bindings & silver board combo!
Not my favorite
First a word of advice, since recent boots have less bulk, you might want to go a size larger on the binding or you'll be struggling to get in if your boots are older, that seems to be the biggest complaint on here. Secondly, those ratchets. A bit stubborn, especially in the cold. Plan on dialing your fit before you make your first run. I found pressure points nearest the toes. Finally mark where you adjusted your straps because you'll have to lose that setting once you lay down your highbacks to haul your board on the rack (I drive with my board upside down on my roof rack). They ride decently enough, not too stiff, pretty forgiving. I'm going back to conventional bindings.
Comfortable but very difficult to get in and out.
I spent a while fixing these bindings, adjusting them to perfectly fit my boot. But the rear release lever is painfully hard to release. On the slopes I spent more time struggling with it than it would have taken to strap in and out of normal bindings. Also, Once you adjust the uni-strap position to your boot so it's tight, then it's almost impossible to get your boot back in there all the way under the toe end. You can't do it sitting down and standing up is almost impossible because you have no leverage in the snow. So if you're not all the way in, the back won't close. Also, the small ratchets on the straps are impossible to operate with gloves on and very hard even with fingers. They are tiny and take enormous fingertip pressure. I switched back to my regular bindings the next day and was in and out much faster!!!
Binding are by far the best I've ever owned!! So easy to lock in while you leave your friends behind to catch up after they click in... Used them in powder they where great plenty support great response!! Used them in the park, ABSOLUTELY no problem. I highly recommend these binding for anyone, but mostly for advanced riders, not wanting to buy an expensive pair of bindings!!!!!
Ez to access
Good, easy to fix & release~
I love it~
These are simply the best bindings I have ever used! I have used Burton's, Ride's and older Flow's (MK3), and none of them perform like this Binding! These bindings have GREAT response for a freestyle binding. The locking rachet's are a great addition as well as the new flex top which has great flex when landing those big kickers. The only warning i would say to anyone buying these bindings is be patient you have to break in these bindings, you also have to get used to getting in and out of them. Once you get used to them they are easier, yes i said easier to get in and out of the step-in bindings!
Sick sick sick
These bindings are tight. I love the nice kick in feature, and it works great. I bought these and am now taking a trip to Mont Tremblant, Canada with 'em. I don't even have a doubt in my mind that these bad boys will do just what there made for...GETTING GNARLY!!
These are extremely difficult to get in and out of -- and this was done in my living room. I was told that these would be step in bindings and they're far from that. I'm not looking forward to taking these out on the slopes.