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Flow Quattro

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Sierra Says: The Quattro is a new all-mountain freestyle binding from the Flow line-up. It is similar to The Five model but is a little more mobile due to the softer and less bulky strap material. Your feet will stay comfortable and supported all day while having the flexibility to throw down tricks in the park with ease. Also provided is enough padding to dampen out any impact pressure and shock received from tough landings in the park so your ankles will still be intact by the end of the day. We recommend this binding for the progressing intermediate riders who want to step up their freestyle performance and need a smooth flexing yet supportive binding to do so.

Flow Says: Our all-new Quattro model appeals to hard-riding, versatile shredders. Built up with our new POM H-series baseplate, the ride is a perfect blend of responsiveness and flex while instilling confidence under all circumstances?from icy, high speed groomers, to the walls of the Superpipe. Outfitted with our new CI-Flex PowerStrap and the four MINIratchets, boots stay snug and comfortably connected. The new slimmer strap design provides balanced support and distribution for all-day comfort and effortless riding. Our re-designed, ventilated POM hiback provides extra strength plus easy entry and exit, while our new Free Snaplock increases forward lean range. Whether shifting weight from edge to edge or popping off the lip, all the energy you transfer is powered directly to the board, making the Quattro four times the fun.
  - POM H-series baseplate
- Movable toeramp and EVA cushioning pads
- POM Ventilated hiback
- Free+ Snaplock
- CI-Flex PowerStrap
- Flex: 2.5/5

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Weight: 140 lbs
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"it only takes quattro seconds" 2/12/2011
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  very quick bind in, responsive.,
  • Cons:  chrome wears away after 3 day ridding, foot pops out, hard to find right setting
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   these bindings are very quick and easy to put on(once you spend 15 minutes setting them up). it unbinds some times when your ridding and your foot will slide out. the binding adjust in between runs and then you have to reset(very annoying).
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Height: 6'3
Weight: 235 lbs
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"Hard to Beat!!!" 4/20/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  Price / Value, Sooo Easy to Strap In., Excellent Customer Service from Flow
  • Cons:  Chrome Finish Wears Easily, Ratchets Pop Up,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I got these bindings because I have a pair of NXT's on my Flow Team Board and I just purchased a mini (GNU Rove) for screwing around on and I wanted a pair of cheap bindings for it. I knew I wanted flows again because once you ride them you can't go back to normal strap in bindings. These bindings worked awesome and for the price I got them for it is impossible to beat them. As with all Flows they save you tons of time strapping in and out. Plus once you have them dialed in they lock your feet in way better then traditional bindings. One of the cons I saw was that the chrome on the highback wears off fairly easy to a yellowish plastic. The only other is that these had a different ratching system then my NXT's and these ratchets would pop up during the day when you are riding anf then if you went and pushed them back down it tightened the binding up a bit. Which then made you have to re-adjust. Which eliminated one of the major advantages to having Flows. I eventually learned to just leave them flipped up and not worry about it. The straps on my NXT's were harder to adjust but once you got them locked in they didn't go anywhere and I perfer that. I did manage to get a rip in the fabric on the top of one of my bindings. So I took a couple pictures of it and sent them to Flow via e-mail. In about an hour they responded back to me and told me that a brand new part was it the mail. Now thats some quality customer service.
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Height: 6'3
Weight: 210 lbs
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"Quick" 3/3/2011
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  Quick in, Durable,
  • Cons:  Mid Flex, Only black and white colours,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   This is my first bindings. Early I rode on rental stuff and it was very uncomfortable because front strap on classic bindings pressured my foot. With these bindings I feel only comfort and it allows to step in very quickly
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Height: 5'10
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Reviews: 13

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"good lazy binding" 5/17/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  speed in and out, comfort,
  • Cons:  response,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   this binding takes a while to get the set up just right but once its done you will love them. the speed of use and the comfort is great you feel a bit lazy using them. i would like a little better response but overall i definatly recomend this binding for begginers to intermediate
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"Quattros Rock" 3/15/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  Incredibly fast in/out, Great adjustment capabilities, Very affordable
  • Cons:  Takes a day or two to really dial in,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I wasn't overly impressed the first day I rode my quattros. I spent a decent amount of time adjusting, but on the second day when I increased the forward lean a bit, I really felt dialed in. Contrary to belief, these bindings did not fall apart on the first day. They proved to be just as responsive as my Burton Customs, and really, they are incredibly easy to get in / out of. Hopping off the lift with my boot in the binding, stomping my board in the snow, buckling my back latch and just riding off feels great. I actually got a few wow, that was easy responses. Really solid binding at a great entry level price.
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Weight: 185 lbs
high speed groomers
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"A work in progress" 6/2/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  8 ratchets instead of 4, easy in, easy out....sort of,
  • Cons:  8 ratchets instead of 4!! haha, getting in and out takes some getting used to,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   The verdict is still out for me on these bindings. I just put them on and used them all weekend at Mammoth Mountain. I was excited about the prospect of not sitting in the snow or even sitting down on a bench to strap in foot #2, but was disappointed at first that jamming my foot in and then pulling up the heel support was not as easy as suggested by the sales person (who said she and her husband both use these). I kept having to loosen the 4 ratchets to get my foot in all the way in order to pull up the heel support. With the ratchets set where I wanted them, there was absolutely no way to get my boot in far enough to pull up and lock the heel support. After two full days of using these bindings, I think I may have finally gotten the hang of getting in (getting out is as easy as any other binding) but it took some serious frustration and trial and error. I think that I will really like them once I get used to them and I think that if Flow comes out with a version with a toe strap, then I'll really be psyched. The reason I put the additional ratchets as a Pro and a Con is that if you want the added control of four ratchets on each foot, it's really nice because you can balance the tension of the binding on all for corners of your foot which gives you more adjustment flexibility to your personal preference. However, it's also a Con if you find that it's just a pain in the ass to have to deal with four ratchets per foot instead of two. Also, they don't lock down so well and the ratchet locks are always popping up and my g-friend was constantly locking them back down for me because I got sick of doing it every other ten minutes. I really didn't find it a problem though. I just left them unlocked and ratcheted tighter to compensate.
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"The Shiiiiieeeee...." 5/20/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  easy in and out, quick strap-up, good looking
  • Cons:  takes getting to know,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Great binding for everyone, especially those who don't like taking the time to strap in. Takes a couple runs to actually get the binding tightness that you want. Overall great binding.
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"Flow Rida" 5/17/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  Easy In & Out , Great Support,
  • Cons:  Hard to get out of when stuck in powder,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I really love my Flow Quattros ... it's probably because I'm lazy. The Quattro is really easy to get in and out of off of the lift. It also has mini ratchets that makes it really easy to tighten up the binding. I get great support from the binding on big jumps and the park. The only problem I have is it's a little bit hard to get out of the binding when your stuck in powder. The rear entry design probably attributes to that. Other then that it's a great binding.
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"perfect for progressing intermediate riders" 4/15/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  ligh weight, extra padding for impact pressure and shock, darn easy in-and-out
  • Cons:  NONE,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   recommended for progressing intermediate riders. got this with 70% off sale and was amazed how rock solid this binding. lightweight compared to my K2-CTC and with extra padding for impact and shock. thank you thank you thank you sierrasnowboard !!!
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"Sick bindings" 4/12/2010
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  • Name: Flow Quattro
  • Pros:  Forgiving in the park, Steeze,
  • Cons:  Hard to set at first but that takes like 10 mins,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   Amazing for riding and hitting urban or park. They were beast and helped me in the park actually i didn't have a pain after

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