Fast, forgiving, freestyle.
If you're looking for a forgiving, easy to use binding, the Flow Quattro binding has got you covered. Featuring Flow's signature reclining hiback, it offers a quicker alternative to the traditional straps that your friends will be fumbling with. The molded H-Series rockered baseplate minimizes board contact for a more natural board feel, and it's got a relaxed flex built in that won't punish you for an imprecise landing or two. The one piece Exo-Fit PowerStrap makes dialing in your perfect fit a breeze, and the aluminum LSR buckles will hold your boots tight. Best of all, it's compatible with pretty much every binding mount standard out there.
- Soft flex
- Molded H-Series rockered baseplate
- One-piece Uniback
- One-piece Exo-Fit PowerStrap
- LSR buckles
- Compatible with 3 hole, 4 hole, and The Channel snowboards
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hi, does the quattro come with plates...
hi, does the quattro come with plates compatible with the channel from burton boards or i need to buy that as an extra??
Thanks for your question.
These bindings do come with the EST Channel plates so you can use them on a Burton Channel snowboard.
I hope this helps.
Im a size 7 boot, which size binding should...
Im a size 7 boot, which size binding should I buy?
I wear a pair of Flow boots in size 8 and I've got LAST YEAR'S Quattro bindings in size M. Medium should work unless they've made some sort of size change in the last year!
Better than expected
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I was worried at first that they would not stay tight enough, but I was proved wrong! These are awesome. I never thought I would enjoy these style bindings, but I have actually really enjoyed them so far. I am more than happy of my purchase, and super easy to put on is a plus.
I've used these bindings for 3 days of shredding and they've handled it all -- powder, trees, moguls, groomer, even a little jibbing in there.
After beating on a pair of Flow MK4's since 2006 I finally needed an upgrade. Great investment. The flex is forgiving, but there is still good response in these bindings.
For non-Flow users who are thinking of trying the hatch-back style entry: it's a very good system. It will take a few minutes to get the straps set up for your boots, which is a similar process to tightening traditional binding straps. After that initial set-up, though, these bindings are way faster and easier to use! The reclining ankle piece is very intuitive; I can use it with bulky mittens on. You can easily get your foot in or out while standing up (with a little practice you can even do it while moving...major style points)