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kcpaintballer92
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Weight: 140 lbs
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"Great Binding" 11/17/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Quick entry and exit, adjustability , comfort
  • Cons:  none,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I bought these bindings from the shop that I work at during the winter. Everyone at the shop rides flows and I figured I should give them a shot as well. Easily the best decision i have made. I rock them on a Never Summer Revolver with Vans encore boots. The back door acess of these bindings is an awesome design especially since i ride alot of street. When you ride these bindings you will be the fastest one to strap in out of your friends because all you have to do is slide your foot in the back and snap the back up. The only problem i have had with these bindings is user error, i didnt snap the clip on the back all the way and my foot slipped out. These bindings are great all around and you cant complain at the price and comfort. NOTHING has broken on these since i have bought them and they have been ridden HARD. If you can, definatly check these things out and keep in mind the flow team has won many comps lately using there bindings. GREAT BINDING!!!!
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Weight: 110 lbs
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"Garbage" 8/12/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Looked cool at first..,
  • Cons:  Buckles always getting stuck, Got dirty really quick, The material ripped when trying to strap on
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   My parents bought me these along with my snowboard. And I was pumped at first just because it was my first very own snowboard. But the back drops back and your supposed to just be able to slide your foot in. It's impossible to slide in. And the straps are connected together which got really annoying to do up. The material of the straps started ripping really quickly too.
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" Quick in and out" 4/6/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:   Very quick to get on,
  • Cons:  They have to be loose,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   I own these bindings and like them a lot. When its a race to get fresh tracks I'm always the first one ready to go. The only problem is that pretty much all flow bindings have to be a little loose to fit which gives it high flex. You have to get use to these bindings because of the loose feel but other than that these are great bindings that i would recommend for an intermidiate rider.
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"Not a bad binding..." 3/15/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  No more sitting, Responsive, Very easy to adjust
  • Cons:  Needs to be broken in,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   I'm a beginner snowboarder and this is my first binding other than the rentals. Barely got off the bunny slope. I used the bindings for the first time this weekend and this is what I noted: 1. Great not to have to sit down and stand up everytime you try to strap in. 2. When you adjust them right, they fit snugly (on the lead foot) and just about right on the back foot. The four rachet buckels makes it easy to adjust the bindings to fit your boot. 3. Easily adjustable high-back. There is a little dial which you can use to adjust the high-back. 4. Looks great with my Flow Verve snowboard. The bad... Definitely needs to be broken in/getting used to. It's tough to get the boot in the first few times but it's starting to get easier (I hope). Basically, just shove the boot in. One issue could be that I'm not using a Flow boot so there are lips on my Thirty-twos that could get caught in the bindings as I'm trying to pull them out. I recommend that you fit the binding on the lead foot to be tight (as tight as possible) and the rear foot to be snug. I would give the binding 4 1/2 stars if I could, potentially a 5 star rating once it's been properly broken in and used.
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"Flow-tri-fecta" 2/24/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Excellent finish and appearance, easy fine adjustment, light weight
  • Cons:  time consuming initial set up, non adjustable toe pads, cable anchoring
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I have used and installed Flow bindings on three other snowboards, so I am familiar with the product. The Trilogy has a nice feature in that each strap has a mini ratchet for quick adjustmens. These seem lighter than the Flow Essence which I installed on my wife's board. Although I found the finish on the bindings excellent, I did not like the small steel clip that holds the cable to the base. It seems like this would be a common place to break off the cable from the base. Overall I would still recommend this binding to anyone who wants a quick entry binding. Take your time and be patient in setting them up and you will definately enjoy that Flow feeling.
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"Love Em!" 2/8/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Fast to get on, Easy to use, Very sturdy
  • Cons:  Takes a while to set up at first,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Alright, I just got my first ride in on these today, and they're nice. When you get these, take the time to set them up right the first time, otherwise, you'll be annoyed later setting them up on the fly. There's a lot of tech on these bindings, and it makes them kinda fun to use. The step-in design of these bindings is awesome. It makes strapping in so much faster than traditional-style bindings. I get in mine in 5 seconds, my friends, in about 30. haha If you can, try these bindings out before you buy them, because not everyone likes them. I personally love them and I'll recommend them to anyone looking for an all-around great pair of bindings.
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"Love this Binding" 1/27/2011
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Fast !, lightweight,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   if you've never used a flow binding i suggest you try it, it redic fast to unbuckle
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"Pretty Cool" 12/27/2010
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Easy In, Flexible, Sleek
  • Cons:  If you like toe bindings this prob not your thing,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   my friend just picked these up on his rossignol board, they were really easy to get into which i enjoyed when he let me try it out. pretty soft flex, i wrecked on a ramp and they forgave me thankfully! recommend to intermediate riders i guess, i like strap in more but thats just personal preference. Before you spend this much on a binding, kno what you want.
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"Great friggin bindings!!!" 12/13/2010
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  • Name: Flow Trilogy
  • Pros:  Strapping/Slipping in and out of!, Very responsive,
  • Cons:  Took a little time getting use to, Instructions on set up was confusing,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I bought this binding last weekend and I have to admit it's pretty responsive binding I've ever got! It took me a while to get use to getting in and out of it but after the 8th run I got the hang of it!

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