The Flow Quattro Snowboard Bindings are designed for performance, comfort and convenience, and delivers on all points in a sleek and durable package for endless shred-fun. Kicking into the slightly wider baseplate is as easy as pie, although baking a pie isn't really easy. Alright, how about kicking into the Flow Quattro is as easy as blinking. The ExoFit PowerStrap cradles your boot and locking up the reclining hiback requires only a single-handed swoop of the Snaplock. The Flow Quattro Bindings are a mid flex binding that will compliment your all-mountain games.
The Flow Quattro Snowboard Binding keeps it simple; it’s designed with performance, comfort, and convenience in mind. With the Exo-Fit Powerstrap you’ll enjoy the simplicity of SpeedEntry, so when your buddies are still trying to strap in, you’re already ripping down the mountain. The flex on the Quattro is on the softer side, making it a versatile option for entry-level riders as well as park riders looking to tweak it out.
10% Discount on 2013-2014 Snowboard Packages: Buy any full-price Flow snowboard, boots, and bindings and get a 10% discount on all 3!
If you're looking for a forgiving, easy to use binding, the Flow Quattro binding has got you covered. Featuring Flow's signature reclining hiback, it offers a quicker alternative to the traditional straps that your friends will be fumbling with. The molded H-Series rockered baseplate minimizes board contact for a more natural board feel, and it's got a relaxed flex built in that won't punish you for an imprecise landing or two. The one piece Exo-Fit PowerStrap makes dialing in your perfect fit a breeze, and the aluminum LSR buckles will hold your boots tight. Best of all, it's compatible with pretty much every binding mount standard out there.
|Binding Compatibility:||Standard 4 Hole and Burton 3D|
|Flex:||1.5 (on 1 (forgiving) to 5 (stiff) scale)|
|Strap Material:||Exo-Fit PowerStrap|
|Toe Strap Style:||None|
|Flow Quattro-SE Snowboard Bindings||$139.99 - $179.99|
I've used these bindings for 3 days of shredding and they've handled it all -- powder, trees, moguls, groomer, even a little jibbing in there.
After beating on a pair of Flow MK4's since 2006 I finally needed an upgrade. Great investment. The flex is forgiving, but there is still good response in these bindings.
For non-Flow users who are thinking of trying the hatch-back style entry: it's a very good system. It will take a few minutes to get the straps set up for your boots, which is a similar process to tightening traditional binding straps. After that initial set-up, though, these bindings are way faster and easier to use! The reclining ankle piece is very intuitive; I can use it with bulky mittens on. You can easily get your foot in or out while standing up (with a little practice you can even do it while moving...major style points)