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Posted by Arnaud M in Freeride Snowboarding

The Best Snowboard Bindings?

Opinions differ on which type of bindings is the most convenient or safe. Strap, Rear-entry, ... bindings, which ones are your favorites?

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Avoid rear entry bindings like the plague.

I ride Rome 390s on my all mountain board, they are solid, not too heavy & have never let me down.

On my park board I ride flux bindings, they have great rigidity but also flex where you need it for tweaking out grabs etc.

Posted by Stuart H on 15 January 2012 at 8:35 PM

Agree about he rear entry. Have been using my Flow Pro C's for ages. Still great! New for 2013 NX2's look pretty decent too. But rear entry definitey isn't for everyone. Like Digital Underground says, "Dowhatchalyke!" ;o)

Posted by Communicatorbronze Lee A on 22 January 2013 at 10:09 PM

I use Flow rear entry bindings as I am in my fifties and dont like having to sit down and do up my bindings.

Posted by Communicatorgold Mark G on 16 March 2014 at 10:26 AM

I have been using Flows since 2004.  Being a snowboard instructor it's good for easy in and out when your teaching.  My favorite bindings now are K2 Cinchs.  They work both way.  Traditional straps or rear entry.  I find they have better performance and more points for adjustments depending on what kid of riding you want to do.

Posted by Bill S on 23 February at 2:50 PM

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