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Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Rear Entry
Highback:
  • High Back
  • UniBack Flite hiback
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • UniFit PowerStraps
Toe Strap: Single Strap
Baseplate:
  • Fiber Reinforced
Baseplate Padding:
  • Toe and Heel
  • EVA landing pad
Ratchet Type:
  • Combo
  • MINIratchets
Flex:
  • Soft
  • 1.5
Compatibility:
  • 3D
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Bindings

If you like the freedom of being able to ride all terrain, board the Flite 2 bindings from Flow and hold on. Durable and highly adjustable, these bindings are built for it all and ready to be ridden in any conditions. A molded Flite backplate with EVA landing pads gives you a great balance of response and forgiveness. The large surface area of the UniFit Powerstrap means mega comfort and stability. That strap also holds the power of letting you pick between strapping-in traditionally with the SideEntry system or lets you gear up lightning fast with the SpeedEntry system that Flow has perfected. Welcome to the future of snowboard bindings aboard Flite 2.

Key Features of the Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Bindings:
  • Durable molded Flite backplate with EVA landing pads, engineered to balance support and forgiveness
  • UniBack Flite hiback is responsive, but comfy enough for long days of riding
  • UniFit PowerStraps provides ideal support and power-transfer for all-mountain riders and the locking MINIratchets make adjustments to fit a breeze
  • Tool-less FWD-lean adjustment
  • Combi mounting disk for 4x4 and 3HP
  • Medium to soft flex (1.5) to support and forgive where needed

Flite 2


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Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Bindings
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
dru f: son picked it out Dec 16, 2013
Sheree A: Christmas gift request Dec 15, 2013
theresa M: recommendation from brother Dec 11, 2013
Christine B: a friend has the same pair and loves them. Dec 11, 2013
Audrey E: A gift for a male beginner Dec 11, 2013
David F: I need bindings since my Burton bindings shredded on the slopes. These seem good enough. Dec 9, 2013
Rosa W: It's a gift for my son in law and he really likes this brand. Dec 5, 2013
K S: Great binding. They get you off the lift and down the mountain before any other binding. Durable and affordable. Dec 4, 2013
Tracy B: I liked the rear entry Dec 1, 2013
Scott W: I am an all mountain boarder in the Midwest who like the ease these items offer in getting on and off the hill. The rear entry system gets me boarding down the hill faster. Dec 1, 2013
David M: I like the ease of use Nov 30, 2013
Dwayne F: comfortable bindings Nov 27, 2013
Brandon P: I like the easy access in and out of the bindings. Nov 26, 2013
Brandon A: I like the convenience of flow bindings Nov 22, 2013
Monika Z: Bought for my husband who has needed new bindings for a few years now. Friends of ours have Flows and love them. Been wanting to try for a while now. Nov 17, 2013
Eric R: wanted a rear entry binding Nov 15, 2013
Jonathan T: Flow's are the best!! Nov 8, 2013
Tanner T: Flow is da bomb Nov 5, 2013
Joshua C: easy in easy out Nov 1, 2013
Cole C: Easy access in and out on the mountain Oct 29, 2013
Dallas R: Flows rule! My friend has a pair and gets in and out in seconds. Oct 29, 2013
Kyle N: sweet colors. ease of access. Oct 22, 2013
James K: Rear entry is the way to go , especially on the slopes all , these hold great and tight Oct 15, 2013
Julie T: had a great price and there nice bindings Oct 10, 2013
Jordan S: I wanted speed entry bindings and these had great reviews everywhere I looked. Oct 6, 2013
Randy D: becouse its flow Oct 1, 2013
Joshua A: Needed slide in bindings Sep 8, 2013
Ben M: because i have envied my buddies rear entries for a while now. Now I own a pair! woohoo! Aug 12, 2013
Tristan C: Easy entry Jul 16, 2013
Julie T asked: How long does it take to come? Oct 13, 2013
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Enio c: I live in Connecticut so i'm a good distance away, but they said the shipping would take 3-8 days but mine came in 3. Oct 14, 2013
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nathan m: I live in California and it took lass than a week Oct 13, 2013
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Dana B: The bindings were at my house in 4-5 days Oct 14, 2013
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Jeremy G: No longer than 10 days. Oct 13, 2013
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Corey J: took mine about 4 days Oct 13, 2013
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Roberta D: DONT BUY FROM THE HOUSE - THEY DO NOT HONOR THEIR RETURN POLICY OR GIVE ANY EFFORT TO HELP RESOLVE AN ISSUE. I RETURNED AN ITEM AND PURCHASED ANOTHER AN THE NEVER, NEVER, NEVER REFUNDED MY MONEY FOR THE RETURN!!! WHEN I CALLED THEY BASICALLY TOLD ME I WAS OUT OF LUCK, THEY NEVER RECEIVED MY RETURN. BS! Oct 13, 2013
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joey.santos : is it ok if the bindings hang over your board just a little bit Nov 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have size 11 men's boots. Which binding size is better large or xl.? Nov 29, 2013
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john g: I have 10.5 boots and i went XL and they work like a charm youll have a little more freedom to tighten or loosen them too. Nov 30, 2013
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Jeremy G: I also wear an 11.5 boot and I roll with the XL Nov 30, 2013
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bo z: xl is better for 11 men's boots Nov 30, 2013
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Kim C: I would go big or go home. If you ant 1 your last. Nov 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: is there an adaptor plate to use this in a burton channel? Oct 10, 2013
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Evan C: I don't remember, I bought these and threw them on my big five board. They bolted right up. I thought all boards had a basic bolt pattern, are burton bolt pattern different? Oct 10, 2013
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Randy D: who uses burton stuff when u got flows dude roll with a flow board put the burton junk in the trash Oct 29, 2013
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christian m: ah nvm i just saw it lol Oct 10, 2013
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Michael D: I have never seen one Oct 10, 2013
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andrew c asked: It says the bindings are compatible with 3D or 4x4. I have the burton process flying V board and it says that it will only work with with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings. Will these bindings work? Sep 19, 2013
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Thomas D: If your board(Burton Process Flying V) says it will only work with non-EST bindings these will work.

I have used these for one season and will never go back tot he old style, they are awesome!
Sep 19, 2013
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Samantha S: Yeah they'll work but I wouldn't really recommend them. I bought them and the quality of them isn't all that great. They actually broke the first day I used them just by riding. Parts went missing and of course since these bindings are so different, finding the right parts for them are impossible. Sep 19, 2013
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Nicholas H: I absolutely love these bindings but as far as I know they will not work with your specific board Sep 19, 2013
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Ted S: Sorry, I am not sure. Sep 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: What do i need to put these on a Burton board since it uses a different system? Dec 2, 2013
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Matt GStaff: IF you're using the Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Bindings on a Burton board featuring the Channel System, you'll need to get the Flow SHannel F,H Binding Discs. We have a few left that you can view here: http://www.the-house.com/fl1chfhpld14zz-flow-snowboard-bindings.html Dec 4, 2013
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steve f: I'm not sure wether it is through Burton or Flow, but there's a special turn plate that is sold separately from the bindings. You'd be better off going to a local board shop and asking them for help. They could point you in the right direction if they don't have a universal type install kit for sale. Hope this helps, enjoy the shred. Dec 2, 2013
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Angel M: It depends on your base plate system on your board. The Flow bindings have pre-existing for both types of Burton set-ups. You should be good to go. They are great bindings and convenient too. Have fun bruddah Dec 2, 2013
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Aaron T asked: How do you know if an XL binding will fit a certain board? I feel like there will be two much drag with the 2 boards I currently use. Dec 25, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Hi Aaron,

You can find out if a binding/board combo will work by measuring the waist width of the board and the baseplate length of the bindings.
Jan 3, 2014
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Aaron T asked: How can I find out the size of my bindings I currently have? They are flow 2 bindings.

Thanks
Dec 25, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Must binding manufacturers stamp the size on the bottom of the baseplate. Jan 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 07 burton custom think its a 3d set up can some explain 4x4 and 3d only go a few times a year not up on the lingo? Nov 22, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Sure thing.
3D is Burton's proprietary mounting pattern. As the name states this utilizes 3 mounting screws arranged in a triangular pattern.
4x4 (also 4x2) utilizes 4 screws set up in a square pattern. Each requires its unique mounting disc.
In all cases a Burton binding will have 3D and 4x4 compatibility. But not all other manufacturers are willing to fork out the licensing costs to have the 3D feature in their bindings.
So this Flow Flite 2 binding is one of the luck bindings that have both 3D and 4x4 attachment options.
Dec 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would these work with a Shaun white edition snowboard? Nov 1, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Yes the Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Bindings will work on any Burton TWC Snowboard that features a 3D insert pattern (non-channel boards). Nov 5, 2013
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