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Flow Flite 1 Snowboard Bindings

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  • Freeride
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Rear Entry
  • High Back
  • The UniBack Flit hiback
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • UniFit Power Straps
Toe Strap: Single Strap
  • Polycarbonate
  • molded Flite backplate
Baseplate Padding:
  • Toe and Heel
  • EVA
Ratchet Type:
  • Combo
  • MINIratchets
  • Soft/Medium
  • 1.5
  • 3D
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Flow Flite 1 Snowboard Bindings

Psssshhhd. Attention everyone, this is your captain speaking, we will be flying high in our extremely comfortable and ultra durable new bindings from Flow this season. Make sure to wear your PowerTriangle cable system for an increase in power, and keep all feet kindly strapped down with the UniFit PowerStrap for a luxurious ride. Upon entering and exiting this new badass pair of bindings, you have the choice of the SpeedEntry system or the SideEntry system for the most rider-friendly experience possible. Welcome to the Flite 1, and thank you for choosing Flow.

Key Features of the Flow Flite 1 Snowboard Bindings Large:
  • Durable molded Flite backplate, engineered to balance support and forgiveness
  • The UniBack Flit hiback with EVA-pad is comfy for long days or riding
  • UniFit Power Straps provide 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 1

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  • "awesome"

    , troy, ohio
    Pros: light and durable Cons: none

    awesome bindings durable light and pretty affordable

Flow Flite 1 Snowboard Bindings
Already Asked: 6 Questions, 77 Answers
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Patti B: A friend has these bindings and he loves them. Have GNU rear entry bindings but they are hard to get used to. Not sure if its me or the brand.
Want to give Flow a try. Also, I went to a board shop in Vermont and they told me Flow bindings aren't made anymore. Oh yeah, the price was right for these bindings.
Mar 19, 2014
Brandon B: I have always loved Flow Bindings and these were fairly cheap for the brand. Mar 18, 2014
Jacob M: Need to upgrade bindings badly and heard good things about flow. Heard they're easy on pressure points. Feb 27, 2014
pakorn v: positive reviews, easy step-in, good quality for the price Feb 19, 2014
Al W: was looking to upgrade and saw them on you tube,these are great bindings good support quick and easy and slide in on the move. Feb 9, 2014
Michael K: Like the flow rapid entry system and needed a set of bindings. Great price also Feb 2, 2014
Andrew R: needed some new bindings for a second board. These fit the budget and i've always wanted a pair of rear entry bindings Jan 30, 2014
Robert S: son wanted them Jan 18, 2014
Jonathan P: ease of use and value Jan 17, 2014
kari s: cuz it da shiz bro Jan 13, 2014
Richard C: Ease of use Jan 12, 2014
Jonathon C: Flow fan Jan 11, 2014
Joe S: Ease of entry/exit Jan 11, 2014
Jovan P: nice comfy cheap extra durable and dose not freez Jan 10, 2014
Raymond C: i love tehse bindings Jan 8, 2014
Carl W: Recommendation from a friend. Jan 5, 2014
NAVINDRA S: My friend have these bindings, they r great Jan 5, 2014
Eric A: Easier simple bindings setup Jan 5, 2014
Jonathan C: Price Jan 5, 2014
Brian W: Speed entry and good price Jan 3, 2014
Nathan B: ease of use Jan 1, 2014
Nathaniel J: love the quick entry bindings Dec 30, 2013
WADe s: I've been using these bindings for a couple years with great results. Picked this pair up for my son. Dec 28, 2013
joshua d: great product at a great price. Dec 27, 2013
Soloman C: Easiest bindings to use Dec 27, 2013
Charles L: i kept hearing flow was the best binding, because of its ease of use. Dec 24, 2013
Joseph T: Sale price allows me to try the flow technology at a good price. Dec 23, 2013
Benjamin P: Recommended by friend, supposed to be easiest to get on/off and also great performance wise Dec 19, 2013
Tyrel S: good price and fit for the board I wanted Dec 19, 2013
Pawel S: easy entry Dec 18, 2013
lynde u: Because you can slid your boot in and out so easily. Dec 18, 2013
Arun P: affordable rear entry bindings. Dec 18, 2013
Jacob K: ease of use, Dec 16, 2013
Robin B: this is the one my grandson picked out. He wanted the Flow brand Dec 14, 2013
Eroca K: needed new bindings, and knew i wanted some rear entry ones that were cheap, so yea Dec 13, 2013
Gregory S: comfortable, easy to use Dec 13, 2013
Rhonda L: My son's second pair. He loves them. Dec 7, 2013
Richard G: Thats what my son asked for for his DC board. Dec 4, 2013
Joshua L: Looking for quality rear entry...super deal! Dec 3, 2013
Ben L: Friend recommended easy boot strap and good price Dec 3, 2013
Jabari G: I've been looking for a pair of speed rear-entry bindings, and these got pretty decent reviews. Dec 2, 2013
Abbe L: i chose these bindings because they're quick and easy to get it and out of Dec 2, 2013
jeremy u: its a quality item at a good price!! haha Dec 2, 2013
Erika O: It was the brand and style requested by my snowboarder. Dec 2, 2013
David M: cheapest flows I could find Dec 2, 2013
Angelia T: way better than taking a half an hour strapping and tightening you're bindings. fast, easy, and cheap. Nov 27, 2013
Brandon H: wanted to try the rear entry Nov 27, 2013
Joshua M: Cheap, and I wanted the rear entry. giggity. Nov 13, 2013
Joseph C: great price for the slip boot in binding Oct 31, 2013
Kelly R: My son picked these out Oct 23, 2013
ANNA J: picked out by my grandson Oct 15, 2013
cole k: heard that flow bindings were very fast to get on and off and were an all around good choice Oct 14, 2013
Timothy A: so i can give my old ones which are a little small for me, to a noob friend who is short on cash. i am also looking for more comfort. Oct 2, 2013
Kori W: easy slip on bindings and on sale Sep 30, 2013
Nicholas B: child chose and cheaper of flow Sep 28, 2013
Ryan T: Quick ball. Quick budget. Sep 22, 2013
christopher d: recommended by a friend to try flow bindings Sep 16, 2013
Ryan H: Looked nice Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: for a 10 yr old with an 8.5 foot would you recommend the large binding or medium?? Dec 16, 2013
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Dominic S: Since its a 10 yr old they will grow, and you will not want to buy another pair! Get the large, they can us it now and later! Dec 17, 2013
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Steven B asked: How trustworthy is the rear entry? I've heard that they can pop out the way ski bindings do, is that true? Mar 8, 2014
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Connor H: No I stat in these things like anyother binding theyve never popped off. However snow does get into the slit making it rsally hard for the clip to pop in which could lead to it popping off like ski's Mar 8, 2014
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Evan C: I have had the binding come undone and my foot come out once! Having said that I love these bindings and I will buy more flow style bindings. Mar 8, 2014
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Terry T: No they are very secure. I've used them an entire season and the only issue I have is waiting for everyone ELSE to strap in... Mar 8, 2014
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Peter M: Very Trustworthy. I have bought several pairs for myself and my children, and never expierenced a pop out. Flow makes varying cable strengths depending upon your riding style. I prefer the firmest or strongest cable because I have a large foot and ride aggressively. Mar 8, 2014
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Samuel K: I have not had that problem at all, although it takes a little time to break the rear entry cable in so do not get discouraged. I will say that they are extremely flexible... So if you are looking for a tight ride I would advise against these bindings. Mar 10, 2014
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Christi B: They have been used quite a bit and there has been no problem, there has not even been a sense of issues. Use them in Vermont on groomed, ungroomed, and in parks. Mar 8, 2014
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jodi s: I bought these for my fiancé & he loves them! He hasn't had any problems w/them popping out or coming undone. Mar 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: are the rachets aluminum or plastic. does this have the "rear entry" feature? Jan 16, 2014
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Chris P: The front ratchets appear to be molded (nylon?) and the action gets smoother after a few passes. The adjustable rear tension cable uses a lever to disengage and allow boot entry from the back of the binding. These bindings are pretty easy to "dial in" to rider preference. Jan 16, 2014
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Adam A: Rachets are plastic but are good quality rachets. Yes you can drop the back down to easily get your boot in instead of strapping down every time. There its a snap in the back that locks the heel upright. Jan 16, 2014
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Thomas H: The rachets are hard plastic, not gonna break. And yes, it has the rear entry feature. Jan 16, 2014
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Gaelan E: plastic ratchets, and they do have the rear entry. Great bindings. Jan 19, 2014
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Ryan T: Rachets are plastic. Yes, it has the rear entry feature. Jan 16, 2014
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Daniel G: The ratchets are plastic and it is rear entry Jan 16, 2014
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Rhonda L: Plastic. Yes they are rear entry. Jan 17, 2014
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chuck a briggs asked: would these bindings be compatible with a board with the channel binding pattern? Jan 7, 2014
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Scott L: Not sure what a channel binding pattern is. But flow bindings come with a universal plate that allows lining up with any bolt pattern. Jan 7, 2014
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Peter M: No, I am sorry chuck b. The channel binding pattern is specific to the Burton line and does not use the traditional inserts that the flow bindings utilize. Jan 7, 2014
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Jeffrey A: These bindings are not compatible with channel pattern. Jan 7, 2014
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John D: Channel pattern is made only for burton bindings Jan 7, 2014
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Timothy R asked: can I use the large (7.5-11) bindings if I have size 12 boots? Feb 12, 2014
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