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Flow Five Snowboard Bindings

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Description: Flow Five Snowboard Bindings

Versatility and adjustability, enough said. The new Flow Five bindings are pushing the limits of how many options a binding can feature. There is so much you can tweak with ease, Flow gets a high-five for these bindings. Bursting with technology, the Five is capable of letting you choose between the super slick SpeedEntry system, or the traditional SideEntry system. The Slap Ratchet buckles also allow you to make the tiniest adjustments mid-shred. Perfect for all-mountain mayhem, the Five can drop hams in the park and is ready to kill cliff drop into waist-deep pow, all in one day.

Key Features of the Flow Five Snowboard Bindings:
  • The H-series molded baseplate is engineered with a wider platform for stability and easy of entry and exit with adjustable toe ramps for dialing in a perfect fit
  • UniBack ventilated hiback with KushControl wrapped hibackpad to keep the pressure on your board and off your legs.
  • Plush padded I-FUSION PowerStraps with LSR-buckles for your choice of easy and functional SpeedEntry or conventional SideEntry
  • Tool-less FWD-lean adjustment
  • Combi mounting-disk for 4x4 and 3HP
  • Overall moderately stiff flex (2.5) for a snappy all-mountain response but enough flex for that freestyle feel


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theyre siiiick!
Alden F on Sep 13, 2013
Seems like it be quick and easy way to get on and off the snowboard
Eduardo R on Aug 28, 2013
How does the flex ratings of 1.5 and 2.5 on these compare to traditional high backs? I use Drake bindings with soft boots and worry that a less firm binding might make things really sloppy for carving hard pack. Thoughts?
Jorge F on Sep 26, 2013
Best Answer: Great question Jorge! I absolutely love my flow bindings they are the best. I had burton customs before and sucked ass compared to these. I would recommend you to get 2 pairs however. I have noticed that having riding them for 3 seasons almost every other weekend they started to wear a little the paint chipped and turned a different color I always have 2 binding with me at all times one for morning ride one for afternoon ride omg it's awesome change them out as much as you can. Also please grease up all the fittings on the bindings I usually dipped the whole binding into a barrel of grease and wore them afterward. For them to fit properly though I would recommend putting them into the oven right then. Overall dude bindings are the greatest thing that happened to me I sometimes even board without my board just the bindings they are so great. By the way what type of board do you ride? If it isn't burton it isn't right just FYI. Please get back to me bro
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