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Couldn't wait to get these. I'm a big Flow supporter and the NASTY function of the new models lured me in. However, I quicky found a defect in the newer models upon setting them up. The basplate comes off so you can put in your mounting disc (obviously). Problem is, under the screw you remove is a very thin, clear plastic. Upon tightening the screw after mounting the binding, I hear a "CRACK." WTF? I was so pi$$ed. So I stand up and strap in and I hear another "CRACK." Snapped again in another spot of the underside of the baseplate pad! Cannot believe Flow used aluminum in the base itself, around the sides and back, and even made the mounting disc of metal, yet somehow think that in the frigid cold with all of your weight bearing down on it while jumping, carving, or whatever, that somehow that little bit of plastic wouldn't crack. Ended up sending these back as well as the Primas we had just ordered for my wife. Very disappointed.


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Just got the jacket today. Who designed this, James Bond? There's so many pockets and stash areas I feel like a smuggler with this thing on! In all seriousness though, it is a very nice jacket. It is rather long, but I guess that's how snowboard jackets should fit (to help keep the snow out). One thing I didn't like was that you can't take off the hood completely. But, what I did like was how you can zip the zipper all the way up to cover up to your nose and then with the hood up-oh man! No bitter cold air is getting in ANYWHERE on this thing! Put your goggles on and taunt mother nature! Good stuff. The removable liner is rather stylish by itself, compared to the ones that Columbia has in there 3-in-1s. Overall this is a great jacket. It is pricey, but for the style, the tech, and the brand, you can't beat it. I'm really looking forward to getting out on the slopes in this thing!