Flow Fuse Hybrid Snowboard Binding

Flow Fuse Hybrid Snowboard Binding
$167.97 $279.95 40% off
Fuse Hybrid Snowboard Binding by Flow
Price subject to change | SKU: FLO004V

Flow Fuse Hybrid Snowboard Binding

Whether you're dialing in tricks for an upcoming slopestyle event or scoring fresh turns in the trees, the Flow Fuse Hybrid Snowboard Binding places an emphasis on having fun across the entire mountain with its versatile, mid-level flex. This fun-focused binding uses a glass-filled ModBack that's a bit softer than the aluminum alloy version of the Fuse-GT Binding for a more freestyle-focused feel. That's not to say it's noodly soft when you're laying into a heelside turn, because it still delivers ample support and stability for riding wherever you please. Another freestyle-friendly feature is the rockered baseplate design, which lessens its board-to-binding footprint for a natural flex and feel underfoot. As with all of Flow's premium binding offerings, the Fuse Hybrid offers Active Strap Technology for easy entry and exit without fumbling with traditional straps. This technology pushes up the binding's one-piece strap when the highback is reclined, allowing you to quickly and easily step into the binding. When it's time to ride, simply flip up the highback, lock the rear lever into place, and enjoy a secure, comfortable fit. For riders that prefer the customization of traditional binding straps, the Fuse Hybrid provides the ability to tighten the strap's upper and lower separately.

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