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Flow Flite 2W Snowboard Bindings - Womens


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Description: Flow Flite 2W Snowboard Bindings - Womens

The Flow Flite 2W Snowboard Bindings for women have just enough flair to keep from being boring, yet they are not obnoxious. Don''t let the cute paint on these bindings deter you though, these bindings are a great buy. The CIFlex PowerStrap keeps your feet firmly in place, and also provides a bit of extra warmth, which most bindings do not do. The ultra-lightweight POM baseplate and hiback keeps these bindings from being too heavy, so your speed will not be hindered as you fly down the mountainside.

Key Features of the Flow Flite 2W Snowboard Bindings:
  • Ultra-lightweight POM baseplate and hiback
  • Single-Dial fwd-lean adjustment
  • EVA cushioning pads
  • CI-Flex PowerStrap
  • 2 medial QuickSet buckles
  • 2 lateral locking Airframe MINIratchets
  • FIRM METER: 1.5

Flite 2W

Past Season Product

4.0 / 5.0
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"Looks good, Feels good!"
I recently bought these bindings and so far so good! They look great AND feel great! I used them on my Burton board with Ride boots and was able to fit them just fine. Like any other Flow bindings, these give you easy access, quickens your ride, and is very convenient. And for the price, why the heck wouldn't you get these!!
October 7, 2014
2011 flow flite 2w
these things are great for cruising runs. they hold real nice and they're so easy to get in and out of. but do not try to take them in the park. the foam pads in mine came out and i broke a little plastic after a sketchy landing (freakin skier cut me off at the base of the landing)any way flow was great with the warranty it was just a pain in the ass. but if you just looking to hit the groomers by all means these things are AWESOME!!!
October 7, 2014
M is too small for my Flow 8.5 boots?
I happened to like my Flow Lotus 2011 boots so decided to go for the same brand's bindings, as I heard the same brand's boots + bindings match well. Also liked the fact that Flow bindings are compatible with Burton's boards, which I considered to buy in future. But as I posted my pictures in the Community here, my Medium binding, which is supposed to accommodate up to size 9, my 8.5 size looks pretty tight - almost no strip space is left for extension. So be careful. Also my toe seems 1 inch more out from binding than heel, so I am trying to change the highback but screws don't want to come out!! With all of this, Large binding might be actually a better fit. Oh I have a high arch/wide foot, so that eats up the straps... But I love the feeling of snag (not tight), can't wait to test it out on snow
October 7, 2014
I loved these at first, now I am partially loving/hating these. I went to S?�?_lden this past weekend and it's a pain with gondolas. I have Burton boots, and I have to kick them in the binding. I might get some of the Minx. They are easier than dealing with the straps
October 7, 2014
Flow Flite 2W
I have Flow Essence and I demo'd this binding.this binding are looks very cheap and this binding are less comfortable than the Flow Essence, because Flite 2W has 2 medial QuickSet buckles and 2 lateral locking Airframe MINIratchets.but both bindings have a very cofortable system of insertion-release. I love this bindings for 'the sistem of Easy to put on/out
October 7, 2014

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