|Type:||Freeride, Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Entry Method:||Rear Entry|
|Highback:||High Back, Modback with molded GF nylon heelcup, Triggers N.A.S.T.Y|
|Ankle Strap:||3D Profile, Active 1-Piece I-Fusion powerstrap with LSR buckles|
|Toe Strap:||Single Strap|
|Baseplate:||Hybrid, Molded GF Nylon Rockered baseplate|
|Baseplate Padding:||Canted, 2.5|
|Ratchet Type:||Metal, Aluminum alloy side wings with SLA Hiback & cable adjustment|
|Compatibility:||3D, 4x4, Channel|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Baseplate Warranty:||1 Year|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings
Let's face it, the Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings are just what you need. Flow has been perfecting their rear entry design over the last several years and their Fuse-AT bindings may be the best that have been crafted. This binding is unique in every way with a nylon rockered base plate and canted beds that add comfort and increase overall durability. Flow has the Fuse-AT and we know you're itching to get a set, so pull the trigger and have some fun!
- Molded GF-Nylon Rockered Baseplate
- 2.5? Canted BankBeds
- Aluminum-Alloy Side-Wings with SLA Hiback and Cable Adjustment
- ModBack with Molded GF-Nylon Heelcup, Triggers N.A.S.T.Y.
- 4-Way Adjustable ATM .7 Support Panel
- Active 1-Piece I-FUSION PowerStrap with LSR-Buckles
- GF-Nylon Offset (3mm) Multi-Disk for 4x4, 3HP and Channel-M6
- Flex and Feel: 4
They are very similar but the difference seems to be footbeds and highbacks with the AT having the better of the 2.
Yes the Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings will work with the boards featuring the Channel System as stated in the Specs Compatibility section.