I have been using Flows since 2004. Being a snowboard instructor it's good for easy in and out when your teaching. My favorite bindings now are K2 Cinchs. They work both way. Traditional straps or rear entry. I find they have better performan...
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I use Flow rear entry bindings as I am in my fifties and dont like having to sit down and do up my bindings.
Helene C Me (on the far right) and my girls yesterday at my first banked slalom! Did 3rd to my big surprise! Not much of a jumper (really don't like it!) We were the ''Vintage Mamas''! Lots of fun!
I picked up a Burton Craig Kelly Air in amazing (hardly used) condition. What an amazing board, rides like nothing else, totally love it. http://i123.photobucket.com/albums/o305/Jetpilot3/CraigKellyMysteryAir.jpg
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Avoid rear entry bindings like the plague.
I ride Rome 390s on my all mountain board, they are solid, not too heavy & have never let me down.
On my park board I ride flux bindings, they have great rigidity but also flex where you need it for twe...
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I'm currently in Fernie - Canada.
It's been a mental snowfall season!
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Just realised it sounds like I'm bragging about heli-skiing in Russia, I've never actually done it, just would love to.