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2016 Flow NX2 Binding Overview

 

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Video Transcription

 

Hey there, welcome to the Morning Shred, brought to you by snowboards.com. I'm Jenna, this is Tim from Flow and we're going to talk about the Flow NX2 binding. Tim, this is an awesome binding, tons to talk about, where do you want to start? Yeah, I mean, this is one of our most popular bindings for the advanced level rider. This is for the guy who likes a nice rigid ride, maybe somebody who's getting onto a Flow binding from a Ride binding or aluminum binding in the past and wants that quick response edge to edge. It's got a ton of bells and whistles you have a fiberglass reinforced heel cup that's adjustable and the top, nice and rigid up top, real quick edge to edge.

 

Forward lean adjustment on the back here, active strap technology so it's easier to get in and out of, especially when it's brand new and you're working on breaking in this high-performance strap. It just moves that whole strap out, right, so that you can - so that your boot doesn't get hung up, you can just slide your foot right in, lock it down. The ratchet buckles on here also feature a set and forget it feature, or a lock, because once this does break in you want it to be consistent, you want it the same every single run. By locking it it is. The baseplate itself is rockered so less of a flat spot on the board itself and has a 2.5 degree bevel that puts less strain on your knees, more power to the edge. You know, basically this has it all including OC Kush which is a suspension system built into the bottom for a smooth ride and again, real quick for edge to edge. Yeah, just that nice gel in the heel and underfoot to absorb any shock and dampen any vibration. Hopefully this guy is going fast.

 

Well there you go, if you're the advanced guy looking for a top performing binding with all the bells and whistles, check out the NX2 on snowboards.com and thanks for watching the Morning Shred.