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Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings

Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings
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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!

Key Features of the Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings:
  • 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


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I currently ride Flows. The easy of getting in and out of the rear entry snowboard binding makes it easy to keep riding!
G R on Jan 19, 2014
This is a gift for my husband and these are the bindings he likes.
Kelly C on Dec 19, 2013
This binding is more advanced and fits my style of riding, all mountain! From big carves to hucking airs and jibs in between! This one will get it done, not to mention the easy access in and out !
Michael B on Dec 26, 2013
I chose the Fuse snowboard bindings cause I'm a big fan of the rear entry:-b
Eric Z on Oct 10, 2013
What is the difference between the Fuse AT and RS?
jacob d on Oct 17, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Jacob,

They are very similar but the difference seems to be footbeds and highbacks with the AT having the better of the 2.
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will these work on a burton with the channel system? (T-6)
richard m on Aug 18, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Richard,

Yes the Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings will work with the boards featuring the Channel System as stated in the Specs Compatibility section.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 19, 2014
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