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Rear-entry, memory tightening system.

Reference : 8372440

Alpha Snowboard Binding

Designed for beginner, experienced or expert snowboarders seeking rear-entry bindings for quickly stepping in/out. Flow's rear-entry snowboard binding needs no introduction. It memorises your setting to save you time. Step in, lock and ride!

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Centring of the bindings on a snowboard

Disc bindings with 4 screws can slide along a single axis and generally have 5 possible settings.
This setting is used to centre the boot on the snowboard and prevent the foot from protruding too far. Otherwise you are guaranteed to fall. The boot must therefore protrude from the board by an equal amount on both sides.
The disc can also be rotated through 90° to alter the stance width in relation to the width set by the inserts. In this case, there is no option to centre the bindings laterally.

Programme / Terrain

The FLOW bindings are designed to make it easier for riders who wish to save time during boot entry/exit thanks to their rear-entry system.
They have plenty of support for an intermediate to advanced level rider for all-terrain/freeride use. Using the side adjustment system, you will get the support you want.

Opening mechanism

Rear entry with adjustment memory:
- on the inside, there is a binding adjustment system
- on the outside, there is another binding adjustment system with a pump: this has the added benefit of tightening the binding as you ride
- at the rear, the highback tilts providing a wider opening for the foot. This can then be locked using a system of cables.
The effectiveness and speed of this concept has been tried and tested: step in, grab the rear catch and lock.

Stance (binding spacings)

To be adapted to your body shape, but it is worth noting that all the snowboards have a recommended position for the bindings ("recommended stance", indicated by a marker between the inserts of the bindings).
Note: increasing the stance width will lower your position on the board and improve stability. This also helps for aerial rotations. On Freestyle boards, the "recommended stance width" is generally wider than on all-mountain boards.

Which size should I choose for my Flow bindings?

We recommend:
M = 3.5 to 7.5
L = 7 to 11
XL = 11 to 14

Just as you would try on a boot with your own foot, it is strongly advisable to try out the bindings with your own snowboard boots. Because, depending on the brand, the volume of a particular size of boot may vary.

The available settings

the adjustments provided are suitable for most people, however, if you seek more support, you can
_ move the 2 ankle ratchets further back.

Adjusting snowboard binding angles

For on-piste/freeriding, we recommend +18° at the front, and 0° at the rear.
For multipurpose/freestyle use, a +18° and -9° angle is preferable (the openness of the rear foot gives more flexibility when riding switch).
For pure freestyle use, feel free to opt for entirely symmetric angles, e.g. +12° and -12°.

However, binding angles are very much a matter of personal choice. Feel free to check out what others are doing and try out different options. You may be pleasantly surprised.

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Main part
100.0% Polyamide
Stock advice Each time you go onto the slopes, remember to tighten all of the screws on your bindings.During the summer, you can indeed leave your bindings on the snowboard.


Guarantee : 2 Years