Flow Fuse Snowboard Binding

Flow Fuse Snowboard Binding
Flow Fuse Snowboard Binding
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Fuse Snowboard Binding by Flow
The Fuse Snowboard Bindings blend a park-friendly flex with ample cushioning for hours of comfort on the slopes. This fun-focused binding features a freestyle friendly feel--whether you're getting down on the rail line or spinning off kickers--and ratchets down over your mid-foot for a comfy, secure fit without pressure points. Active Strap technology allows you to strap in quickly by pulling down the highback, kicking your boot in, and snapping your highback back up. Doesn't get much easier than that.

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SKU: FLO008D
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