Flow Mayon Snowboard Binding - Women's

Flow Mayon Snowboard Binding - Women's
Flow Mayon Snowboard Binding - Women's
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Mayon Snowboard Binding - Women's by Flow
Versatile, comfortable, and easy to use, the Mayon Bindings take on full days at the resort with a performance that won't waver in any terrain, whether it's park hot laps or untouched powder runs. Axis series baseplates make for a stable, responsive feel underfoot with balanced power transfer, and the canted Bankbeds add support for a more natural fit that fights fatigue. In classic Flow fashion, Active Strap Technology makes the easy-in easy-out experience a breeze, and the Fusion Powerstrap conforms to your boot for a secure, snug fit without pressure points.

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