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Brand: Flow

The Flow Gem is a sexy looking behinding to say the least.  The Gem is an awesome choice for the woman that is looking for a binding that is easy to get into.  The Flow Gem provides the comfort with it's wider base plate for a non-constricting feel, your feet will stay warm, and it perfroms.  The responsiveness in the Gem is fantastic, going from toe to heel edge with ease.  The Flow Gem is nice.

Base and Footbed:

Power Triangle, Rockered Baseplates - The Power Triangle is a design that uses steel cables to give the Flow Gem awesome energy transfer from hiback to baseplate. Rockered Baseplates allow for the snowboard to have a consistent flex pattern, while transmitting energy where you need it.

Highback:

The Original Reclining HiBack, UniBack Hiback - Flow's reclining hiback's are the easiest and fastest step-in snowboard bindings on the mountain. The UniBack is a one-piece reclining Hiback that provides the female rider with a comfortable flex and support where she needs it.

Straps:

Uni-Fit Powerstraps - This is a one-pice EVA-foam strap that will wrap and form-fit to any ladies snowboard boot.

Flex (1 Soft - 5 Stiff):

The Flow Gem has a flex rating of 2. This is a softer flex that's ideal for beginner to intermediate women snowboarders.

Features

•  Style:  All Mountain

•  Ability:  Beginner to Intermediate

•  Gender:  Womens

•  Chassis Material:  Plastic Base, Plastic Heel Cup

•  Highback:  UniBack HiBack

•  Buckles:  Plastic Ratchets

•  Flex (1 Soft - 5 Stiff):  2 flex rating

•  Canted Footbed:  No

•  Warranty:  1 Year

•  Offered Sizes:  Medium (5-8), Large (8-10)

•  Model Year:  2013

Flow Gem Snowboard Bindings 2013

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