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Flow M9

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Iggypop
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Location: AU
Ski Bum
Height: 5'10
Weight: 168 lbs
picking up speed
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Reviews: 8

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"M9 - pretty good binding" 6/29/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  Design, Time to buckle up once dialed in, Comfort
  • Cons:  Minor - colour fades/chips from rachets,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   The M9 is a pretty good binding for the all-mountain freestyle rider who is still looking for enough response/stiffness from their bindings to carve up the mountain but with just enough flex to hit the park. I had a blast all over the mountain with these bindings from first run to last run. The 4 mini ratchet system takes a little while to get dialed in, but once they are you are buckled up well before your buddies! But for the same reason i prob wouldn't recommend these bindings for beginners as they can be frustrating to get dialled in and can take a few runs/days to get right. I demo'd a pair of flow the fives last year and the M9s are a bit more responsive around the mountain from edge-to-edge compared to the fives. They feel a touch more stiffer under and around the boot and because of this they are not as forgiving compared to the fives around the park. I have the M9's strapped to an all-mountain board which is fairly stiff so it might well be a different story in the park with a park/freestyle board but each to their own. Overall the M9s are a good binding at a reasonable price and if you are after a bit more stiffness out of a flow binding go for the M9 but if you feel like you need a bit more flex then the fives are more what you are after.
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Location: US
Ski Bum
Height: 5'10
Weight: 140 lbs
getting comfortable
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"Great!" 9/18/2010
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  very comfortable, no stomp pad required because of them,
  • Cons:  none!,

Experience:   Havnt gotten the chance to test them out on the hill, but they are extremely comfortable and it will make dismounting the chair lift easier, and you dont need a stomp pad. They didnt fit in the channels of my burton hero, but flow makes a channel disc that works beautifully
owen125
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Location: AU
Ski Bum
Height: 5'11
Weight: 154 lbs
getting comfortable
Member Points: 265
Reviews: 11

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"Good bindings" 9/5/2010
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  cheap, easy in and out,
  • Cons:  none ,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I tried these bindings on my friends board and was very impressed by them. They were quick in and out and had a medium flex. All in all they are great value for money and i would recomend them to anyone.
rrogue93
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Location: US
Ski Bum
Height: 5'10
Weight: 145 lbs
medium features
Member Points: 374
Reviews: 9

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"Quick to get on and start shredding" 8/22/2010
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  convenient, easy to use,
  • Cons:  paint chips off,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I love to use these bindings, they are convenient, and great for basically anywhere on the mountain. A must get.
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Location: US
Ski Bum
Height: 5'11
Weight: 215 lbs
picking up speed
Member Points: 522
Reviews: 7

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"Love my flows!" 11/19/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  Fast entry,
  • Cons:  None yet!,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Love these bindings....short runs of lower Michigan are the perfect spot for the quick entry of these bindings......I'm not a park guy so no clue how they work there but for groomers they rock!
dony
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Location: US
Ski Bum
Height: 5'9
resort powder rider
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"Improved a lot over old Flows" 5/20/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  ratchets speed up adjustment tons, much lighter than old flows,
  • Cons:  landing/highback pads hold dents, ratchets chew straps a bit,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   These are eons more advanced than my old flows (FL-11s I think). The miniratchets improve speed of adjustment a lot, only thing I noticed is even though they have a pretty ingenious spring loaded autoslip feature to keep from really overcranking, the ratchets chew a bit into the strap ladders when overtightened (in part from the autoslipping). Other thing is the heel and toe and highback EVA pads maintain impressions of your boots contact points (lugs, etc)- several days so far, (maybe indefinitely?), a more rubbery material might show wear a bit less, although maybe would be denser/weigh a bit more. Even though medium is supposed to fit up to boot size 8.5, really depends on the boot, if at the higher end of the size range, you might go one binding size up if your boots are bulkier rather than sleeker. I have kind of chunky size 8 northwave boots, fits my large M9 with about 5-6 ratchet steps more to tighten on each side.
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Location: AU
Ski Bum
Height: 5'4
Weight: 141 lbs
picking up speed
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Reviews: 9

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"Awesome" 3/30/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  Easy to set up, Easy to use, Very quick
  • Cons:  The horrible green colour (but I bought it), has a loosish feel,

Experience:   After a month boarding in NZ,there was still snow in Aus last year so picked myself up a set of M9's and headed to Hotham. Took me a morning session to set them up to how I liked them, but once dialled in they were awesome. Feel was a bit loose, but I still had great control and the spped difference getting off the chair was great (in fact I got in trouble for dismounting with my back foot slipped into the binding a few times).
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Ski Bum
Height: 5'10
Weight: 165 lbs
getting comfortable
Member Points: 200
Reviews: 2

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"Revolutionary bindings" 2/28/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  Easy/fast clip in, Great control,
  • Cons:  Tough in powder to clip in,

Experience:   I first tried these bindings in Australia and was extremely impressed with the binding. I had heard that these bindings might feel looser and provide less control than the more normal style of binding, but i must say that this is false. The M9's provided great control and I could adjust the tension of the binding in many different areas of the foot to my liking. The clip in system is a breeze to use in normal snow conditions.....once u get used to them u can even clip in and out while riding. The only fault that i have found with this binding is that if u ever get stuck in powder it makes it even more difficult having this style of binding to un-clip or re-clip in. Luckily the M9's can still be used as a conventional binding as i found out in 70cms of fresh powder. Overall this binding setup is amazing and I recommend for anyone looking into a different binding style.
osubuckeyefan232
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Location: US
Ski Bum
Height: 6'0
Weight: 160 lbs
high speed groomers
Member Points: 542
Reviews: 20

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"Good Binding" 2/22/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  Easy to get into, light,
  • Cons:  tough to manage,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I thought these bindings were great when i first got them but then realized why people thought these bindings were so bad. They are easy to get into the first time you get on the mountain but other than that time they are just a pain to get in and out of. When your at the bottom of the hill you try and pull your foot out they get stuck on the high back. They also don't want to hold your heel in but that also may be my boot. They feel comfortable but aren't the best binding.
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Height: 5'10
Weight: 170 lbs
medium features
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"liking the m9s" 2/22/2011
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  • Name: Flow M9
  • Pros:  responsive, quick entry/exit, light weight, , comfortable,
  • Cons:  takes some time/effort to tune properly,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Fantastic bindings! The last time I used a pair of flows was about 5 years ago, not sure which ones. Was never a fan before but I really like the M9s. You have to fine tune the hell out of them initially, DO NOT rush the process. If you can get them right for your foot/boot then it’s really a joy to use. My previous pair of flows were easy to get in/out of but they were extremely unresponsive, and heavier than I would ever like to use. The m9s I’ve only used for a couple days so far, but are probably my go-to bindings now.

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