Flow Nexus Hybrid Snowboard Binding

Flow Nexus Hybrid Snowboard Binding
$160.96 $229.95 30% off
Nexus Hybrid Snowboard Binding by Flow
Price subject to change | SKU: FLO002Z

Flow Nexus Hybrid Snowboard Binding

The brand new Flow Nexus Hybrid Snowboard Binding is a versatile all-around binding for the rider who might be cruising groomers or lapping the park one day and search for pow stashes the next. It has a medium flex so you can go from sliding boxes to bombing steeps without skipping a beat, and it offers superior comfort so you can keep going until the lifts stop turning. The Hybrid PowerStrap still has Flow's signature rear-entry system to make getting in and out of your bindings quick and convenient--just set the tightness once and you're good to go--but also allows you to strap in the traditional way when you're on steep, powdery slopes that make rear entry difficult. The large ankle strap distributes pressure evenly for better comfort without sacrificing a secure fit. The Rockered baseplate makes minimal contact with your board to channel power directly where you need it, and it has rounded edges to allow your board to flex naturally underfoot. Canted footbeds are angled 2. 5-degrees to align your legs in a more natural position for improved comfort and less calf fatigue, and they absorb impacts and chatter to cushion landings and smooth out the ride. LSR buckles make it quick and easy to make fit adjustments on the fly. Finally, the Multidisk offers universal compatibility so you can mount this binding to any board you please.

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