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Flow NXT AT

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Sierra Says: The NXT-AT is a high-end all-mountain freestyle binding with a premium blend of performance and convenience. The highback has been re-configured this year with 33% glass-filled nylon to enhance its response for throwing down big tricks and for transitioning quick edge-to-edge on the mountain while maintaining ultimate durability. Along with that, the NXT baseplate is forged with aluminum to increase energy transfer from your boot-to-board and has a “rocker” design to increase board flex and feel. This allows you to transition from one park feature to the next with ease and control. Above all, the EVA dampening pads underneath the baseplate and on the heel and toe ramps increase shock absorption even on the toughest and hardest landings you take. We recommend this binding for the intermediate to advanced level riders that want a responsive binding that will perform all over the mountain.

Flow Says: When the world’s most progressive and aggressive freestyle team says “It ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” we listen. Well, sort of. For ’09 we made some updates and improvements to this team favorite, because like them, we are never satisfied. The AT’s new 33% glass-filled Nylon Ventilated hiback, has been re-engineered, and mounted with our new Free+ Snaplock for enhanced performance and adjustability. Synchronous Length Adjustment (SLA) means proper adjustment in half the time. You also get superior cushioning from the Cush Pad basepad, and the two EVA-loaded independently-adjustable toe and heel landing pads. The new NXT-AT never looked so good.
  - I-Flex PowerStrap
- Forged Aluminum baseplate with rocker
- Cush-pad shock-absorbing basepad
- Independently adjustable toe and heel landing pads
- Synchronous Length Adjustment (SLA)
- 33% glass-filled Nylon Ventilated hiback
- Free+ Snaplock
- Flex: 3.5/5

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Bear3150
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"Flow NXT-AT 2010" 2/23/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Awsome looking, Good Quality, Easy step in and lock down.
  • Cons:  scratch easily ( Plastic parts ), Mini straps wear easily ( teeth ),
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Sup ya'll just bought these this season rode them maybe 3-4 times. They are definitely great looking, decent quality for china made everything is now so doesn't really matter, better than lower quality flow bindings. They do get scratched easily paint flaking occurs. Too many adjustments on the ratchets gets your mini-straps teeth to wear and come loose, so you need to be careful and adjust your bindings least as possible especially if your buttering or doing heavy maneuvering. The only thing I can say negative about it is that the mini-ratchet straps could be a harder compound so the teeth do not grind down and then become useless. If your not into freestyle riding these bindings are great less strap time more mountain time.
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"they're good but slightly lacking.. best binding from flow ever." 1/25/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  lightest binding from flow, crazy fastt ..,
  • Cons:  screws/ratchets come loose/undone.., the flex is not suitable for intermediate park .,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   my dad got these when my last flows fell apart and ill tell you right now flows are amazing & incredibly fast. all the park dudes were amazed at how light these were compared to other flows & thery're def. the lightest binding theve ever made .. howeverrr,. washing out is almost dangerous with these as the highback will come undone unless tucked into your pants. for all mountain riding i def. recommend these but for anything more than boardslides & 1s in the park they just lack in flex.. the screws have problems with coming loose too . maybe im the only one but ive lost screws a good 3 times riding, once the one connecting the highback cord which flow was smart enough to attach twice to my relief... they rode every weekend in the harsh east coast & twice out west & held up fine aside from screw problems which flow is actually extremely happy to send you replacements. anyone who rides the park legitamately .. just get unions. anyone whos into freeriding/all mountain theres nothing else. flows the best.
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"Flow's Top Binding 4 Sure!" 4/24/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Bad ass looks!, Soft baseplates, Easy to adjust, increased riding time
  • Cons:  Paint flakes easy, Salty in price if you dont get a discount., Friends will hate you for how fast they are to use
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I use these on my Nitro Misfit for all mountain riging. F*%@ing sick setup in the black and white paired with my boards colors. This binding in my opinion has a med flex to them. I do a few tricks here and there in the backcountry but am not a park rat. These bindings can be used great in resort riding and backcountry freeriding. The ratchets are simple to use. People complain about the teeth wearing down on them but if you get them set then why are you using the straps to wear them down? These are lighter then my previous Flows for sure. ALL ADJUSTMENTS ON THESE ARE SUPER SIMPLE. After using these I can tell they are the top dog binding in the Flow lineup.
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"NX STEEZ" 3/26/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  awesome feel, easy entry, will never ride anything else again!
  • Cons:  instruction manual is hard to understand ,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Yeah well these things really are the full biscuit. Theyre so easy to get into and feel so much better than regular strap ins, you only need to have them half as tight as you do with strap ins. Oh yeah and they look sweet too. Set them up on your bedroom floor before you hit the mountain to avoid becoming a drone who doesn't like the fit because they didnt bloody set them up! On the snow is not the place for setting them up. The only downside that i can see is that the instruction manual is pretty gay, I think it was designed by the guys who made TRON. All in all I will recommend these bindings to anyone who has ears.

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etm
Following up on my original review I would like to add that even though I had set them up before I hit the snow When I did get them to the mountain I backed the ratchets off even further.If I were to run conventional bindings this loose I would literally fall out of them yet the feel and response is still perfect. as you are getting off the chair place your boot in the binding,skate away and pull up the highback, without stopping your gone! Everyone who is sitting on their bum strapping in looks at you like you just walked on water or something LOL.


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"NXT AT" 3/19/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Responsive, Very adjustable, Quick in/out
  • Cons:  Teeth on the straps wear easily,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   Great binding, you can get in and out of them so quickly. For me they were heaps responsive. Also lots of people say that flows don't fit right etc etc I think that you just need to keep dialing them in till they are perfect, every time someone says flows suck they had only spent a day or two on them and probably never adjusted them fully!
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"Great! Not your normal binding" 3/10/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Quick and Easy to get into/out of, Great support/control, Light weight
  • Cons:  foreseeable issue with 13+ boots, sewn logo coming unthreaded,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   Background * Currently all mountain freestyle, tree runs, park * Formerly racing and free ride Former Setup * Vans Switch - 6 years – quick to get into/out of. No freestyle support * Burton Cartels - 2 years – gave out in support after a year of riding NXT AT • Straight forward to setup • Read the instructions they’re not your normal strap ins!! • Lever to raise and lower high back. Screws for lean level • Single wide strap with ratchet adjustments Being brand new NXT AT the lever is a bit tough to get down but once you get the gist of it you should be able to get out of your bindings as fast as strap-ins. The first few runs I had issues getting the high back up (serious frustration at first), but by the third and fourth run I was golden. Tightness level on the single strap should be adjusted based on riding style. The flow bindings have rock solid support and an extra stiffness that's provides a forgiveness factor on sketchy landings and botched rotations. Carving is more fluid and I don't question myself jibbing. The only terrain I haven't been able to test out in is deep powder. If you're looking to buy new bindings, slap them on your board, and ride as you've always done things these aren't for you. However, if you're looking to fine tune your riding experience and improve your skills these are definitely the bindings for you. In my opinion the Flow offer superior support as compared to strap-ins and the ability to get in and out quickly as needed. The first day I had these I had to rent boots. I got a size 13 which seemed to be a bit big until I made the proper adjustments but still felt a bit too clunky. The second day I got 12 which were a perfect fit and didn't have an issue fitting into the XLs. As always make sure your boots fit properly or you will be bitching about everything.
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"wow so easy" 2/16/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  so easy to use , fast to get on ,
  • Cons:  nothing,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   these are slip in slip out binding so easy you put ur foot in clip it up and ur good no adujsting every time 10/10
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"Awesome flows" 9/7/2009
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  micro adjustable, fits well, light
  • Cons:  non standard screws for landing pads & cover, adjustable landing pads do not stay, manual is not as useful as the video from flow

Experience:   if you're thinking of trying out flows, don't get yourself disappointed with the cheaper ones. I had a flow flite 2 and hated them for what it's worth. go with the nxt at!
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"Great all mountain bindings" 1/29/2011
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  Light, comfortable, good flex,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I got these bindings as a warranty exchange on pair of Flow Team bindings (which were horrible due to some hardware issues), and am very happy with them. They worked out well for my all mountain style of riding, and I like the looks. They are very adjustable, and just about everyone should be able to make them fit just right. It took me a little experimenting to get them set up just right, but even with the basic setup/adjustment, they worked great. They might not be as adjustable as a strap/ratchet style binding, but with a little effort, they do hold your boot well. It's also really nice to be able to strap in without sitting down, yet maintain the strap binding feel and ability to fine tune, unlike true step in bindings.
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"Solid Binding" 12/22/2010
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  • Name: Flow NXT AT
  • Pros:  quick strap in, comfortable, adjustable
  • Cons:  bit loose on the boot,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   the only problem is that you really can't crank it down as tight as a coventional binding, but it is so much more comfortable. you can strap in pretty quick too but thats not a big deal.

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