This is the Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Binding. It’s for the all-around beast in you that likes to cruise up and down the mountain in the hard-pack, in the powder and, of course, in the pipe. Now, these have a flex rating of a 1.5 out of 5, so it’s going to be a little bit softer of a binding, great for tweaking up and great for jibbing, of course. Some of the features on this binding are absolutely phenomenal, one being, of course, the reclining high-back that Flow has. You can fully recline this high-back, slide your foot in for an easy entry and for an easy exit. To bring the high-back up, all you’ve got to do is just kick it up and lock it in.
To adjust the forward lean, you can adjust it by twisting the steel cable, that’s called the power cable. That’s right, it’s a high-tension power cable that’s connected to the middle of the base-plate and to the high-back. This causes for greater leverage when you’re leaning on that heel-side edge. Most traditional bindings are an L-shape, of course, and they lack a little bit of response. But with the steel cable and the power triangle, these bindings are going to have that quick response that you need to get to the next level. The thin power strap, of course, is 3D wrapped around your foot, causing for greater circulation and more responsive toe-side turns.
There’s four contact points that can help you tighten these to your bindings. But once you set these bindings in place with these quick-set ratchets, you won’t have to change them ever again. That’s right, all you have to do is lock them in place, and you’ll be good to go all season long. The base-plates are a POM base-plate. It’s going to be durable, it’s going to be lightweight, and it has cush-padding on them as well. This is the Flow Flite 2 Snowboard Binding with reclining high-back, power triangle and, of course, the 3D power strap. Check them out