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Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014

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Look no further than the Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings, because the future of bindings has arrived. The feel of a molded Nylon baseplate with the support of the molded Nylon heelcup and ModBack hiback results in a moderately stiff binding with a snappy response, but the ATM.7 SupportPanel brings in enough flex for that freestyle feel. An all-mountain destroyer, the Fuse-AT is ready for anyone who wants to step up their game.

Product Details

Flex

Flex Rating: 8 (1 Soft - 10 Very Stiff)A stiff flex for advanced to expert riders looking for a stable and responsive binding.

Baseplate

Molded GF-Nylon Rockered BaseplateEngineered to transmit energy directly to the board without loss of efficiency. The minimized contact area with the board channels your power where it needs to go while the rockered corners of the baseplate allow any type of board to maintain optimal flex.

BankBedsBankBeds are full-length EVA-footbeds with 2.5 degree canting for optimized fit, support, and energy transfer. Featured on the NX2, Fuse, and ISIS series.

Straps

Active Strap TechnologySpeedEntry has never been more convenient without sacrificing the superior performance, comfort and power transmission that Flow bindings are famous for. With their revolutionary New Active Strap Technology (N.A.S.T.Y.), the strap automatically lifts you up when you open the reclining hiback and actively tightens again when you close the hiback. N.A.S.T.Y. reduces friction and creates more room so that getting in and out of your binding is faster and easier than ever.

Fusion Power StrapThe Fusion PowerStrap is 3D-shaped, fuses the ankle and toe zones over the midfoot, and is padded for a super comfortable form-fit to your boot. This PowerStrap provides maximum support and energy transmission.

LSR BucklesThese innovative LockingSlapRatchet buckles give you the option to easily get in and out of your bindings any which way you like, whether SpeedEntry or SideEntry.

Highback

ModBack Hiback with Molded GF-Nylon HeelcupThe modular hibacks separate the lower and upper zones for targeted strength, support, and flex where you need it. On the NX2, Fuse, and ISIS series, the lower zone also automatically triggers N.A.S.T.Y.

4-Way adjustable ATM.7 SupportPanel

Additional Features

Aluminum-alloy side-wings with SLA hiback & cable adjustment

GF-Nylon offset (3 mm) multi-disk for 3x4. 3HP, and channel-M6

Specs

  • Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced More 
  • Flex Rating: Stiff More 
  • Binding Style: Rear-entry
  • Warranty: 1 Year

Reviews

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Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014
 
4.4

(based on 13 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (8)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (11)
  • Easy entry & release (11)
  • Adjustable (10)
  • Installs easily (9)
  • Great construction (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • All mountain (11)
  • Downhill (5)
  • Powder (4)
  • Speed (4)
  • Freeriding (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (8), Intermediate (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (12)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very pleased

I've always been interested in Flows, but I was hesitant to make the leap from traditional 2 strap bindings. Well this season I decided to give them a shot and I'm so glad I...Read complete review

I've always been interested in Flows, but I was hesitant to make the leap from traditional 2 strap bindings. Well this season I decided to give them a shot and I'm so glad I did.

The main draw for Flows for most people is the rear-entry design for getting strapped in as quickly as possible. The Fuse model gets the Nasty Strap system which helps getting your boot in easier. You don't have to kick and wiggle your boot as much as their bindings that don't have it, a nice plus.

My personal attraction for this binding though is the single piece strap and their accompanying ratchets. My main concern was the lack of a toe strap affecting heel edge response, but I honestly did not feel a huge difference in performance without it. The way the single piece strap cradles your entire boot makes up for it with the added benefit of comfort. I can safely say these are the most comfortable bindings I own; zero pressure points. And that's saying something, as my Rome Targas and Raiden Phantoms are pretty darn comfy in their own right.

And as for the ratchets, I no longer worry about them backing out if I take a hard tumble/impact or rough vibrations from going through icy chunder. They have little tabs that literally lock them in place and I've yet to have them loosen up on me. Not that ratchets backing out is a common occurence in my other bindings, but it HAS happened and has made me rather paranoid about my straps coming loose while riding.

The highback on the AT model is rather peculiar. The bottom half is rigid(the way the rear-entry works, they have to be), but the top half is actually pretty flexy. These are by no means jib bindings, but they do get the job done and still let you rail a hard carve. All-Mountain to a T.

I only have 2 minor beefs with these bindings. One, the footbed sometimes like to move forward when I'm kicking my foot in while strapping in. I've fixed this problem by screwing down hard on the screw that keeps them in place. And two, the forward lean adjuster loves to reset back to zero on my rear-foot from the constant strapping in/out. A dab of loctite around the screw should fix it, though I haven't done it yet(since it's not a big deal to me).

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Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings

I have Burton Moto boots and no mater how I adjust these bindings they do not allow for step in and go. I played with adjustments (as reviews have mentioned to ride with bindings...Read complete review

I have Burton Moto boots and no mater how I adjust these bindings they do not allow for step in and go. I played with adjustments (as reviews have mentioned to ride with bindings a bit looser.) In fact boot came right out of the binding while riding. I spoke with a rep at Ride before I bought them and he assured me they'd fit. And on top of that the back of the boot is getting all chewed up by the back of the binding (from shoving the boot in)Very disappointed as they weren't cheap

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(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings

By 

from boston, ma

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

    Cons

    • Difficult Entry & Release
    • Does Not Interface Well
    • Poor Construction

    Best Uses

      Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

      I have Burton Moto boots and no mater how I adjust these bindings they do not allow for step in and go. I played with adjustments (as reviews have mentioned to ride with bindings a bit looser.) In fact boot came right out of the binding while riding. I spoke with a rep at Ride before I bought them and he assured me they'd fit. And on top of that the back of the boot is getting all chewed up by the back of the binding (from shoving the boot in)Very disappointed as they weren't cheap

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Very pleased

      By 

      from Tucson, AZ

      About Me Expert

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Adjustable
      • Comfortable
      • Easy Entry & Release
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • All Mountain
        • Park
        • Tricks

        Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

        I've always been interested in Flows, but I was hesitant to make the leap from traditional 2 strap bindings. Well this season I decided to give them a shot and I'm so glad I did.

        The main draw for Flows for most people is the rear-entry design for getting strapped in as quickly as possible. The Fuse model gets the Nasty Strap system which helps getting your boot in easier. You don't have to kick and wiggle your boot as much as their bindings that don't have it, a nice plus.

        My personal attraction for this binding though is the single piece strap and their accompanying ratchets. My main concern was the lack of a toe strap affecting heel edge response, but I honestly did not feel a huge difference in performance without it. The way the single piece strap cradles your entire boot makes up for it with the added benefit of comfort. I can safely say these are the most comfortable bindings I own; zero pressure points. And that's saying something, as my Rome Targas and Raiden Phantoms are pretty darn comfy in their own right.

        And as for the ratchets, I no longer worry about them backing out if I take a hard tumble/impact or rough vibrations from going through icy chunder. They have little tabs that literally lock them in place and I've yet to have them loosen up on me. Not that ratchets backing out is a common occurence in my other bindings, but it HAS happened and has made me rather paranoid about my straps coming loose while riding.

        The highback on the AT model is rather peculiar. The bottom half is rigid(the way the rear-entry works, they have to be), but the top half is actually pretty flexy. These are by no means jib bindings, but they do get the job done and still let you rail a hard carve. All-Mountain to a T.

        I only have 2 minor beefs with these bindings. One, the footbed sometimes like to move forward when I'm kicking my foot in while strapping in. I've fixed this problem by screwing down hard on the screw that keeps them in place. And two, the forward lean adjuster loves to reset back to zero on my rear-foot from the constant strapping in/out. A dab of loctite around the screw should fix it, though I haven't done it yet(since it's not a big deal to me).

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Perfect Flow

        By 

        from Denver, CO

        About Me Expert

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Adjustable
        • Comfortable
        • Easy Entry & Release
        • Good Interface
        • Great Construction
        • Installs Easily
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • All Mountain
          • Freeriding
          • Powder
          • Speed

          Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

          I started using Flow bindings years ago. This pair is light and works as expected. Buy it now!

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No
           
          5.0

          Best Binding for Buck

          By 

          from Golden, Colorado

          About Me Advanced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Adjustable
          • Comfortable
          • Easy Entry & Release
          • Easy To Put On
          • Great Construction
          • Installs Easily
          • Tight Binding

          Cons

          • Heavy

          Best Uses

          • All Mountain

          Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

          Nice and tight binding, easy to adjust, Extremely easy to put on every time, AND you can slip up boot into ur non dominant binding when ur on the lift and dont have to hold the board up every time

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No
           
          4.0

          Flows on flows on flows

          By 

          from East coastin

          About Me Intermediate

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy Entry & Release

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • All Mountain

            Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

            This is my first rear entry binding, so I really don't have anything to compare them too. With that being said, I really do like these bindings. Sometimes they take a little playing with, and they can be overtightened easily, but overall these are some fun bindings. Great for an open day on the mountain when you're hoppin on and off the chair (Or for when you are ducking in the woods for a quick break).

            • Was this a gift?:
            • No

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Just what you need.

            By 

            from Lafayette, CO

            About Me Advanced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Adjustable
            • Comfortable
            • Easy Entry & Release
            • Good Interface
            • Great Construction
            • Installs Easily
            • Lightweight

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • All Mountain
              • Downhill
              • Powder

              Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

              I now use these bindings as my all mountain use. I'll be testing them out at Silverton in a few weeks, so we'll see if the settings really hold.

              • Was this a gift?:
              • No
               
              4.0

              Very light binding

              By 

              from Big sky state

              About Me Advanced

              Pros

              • Adjustable
              • Comfortable
              • Easy Entry & Release
              • Good Interface
              • Great Construction
              • Installs Easily
              • Lightweight

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • All Mountain

                Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                This is very light compared to my NX2. Solidly built and the orange color matches well with my 158 board. The stiffness is around 7 and like my NX2 is very comfortable. This was meant to be my binding for pow days with my longer board but i think i'm making it my everyday binding.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • No
                 
                5.0

                Love them!

                By 

                from Portland, OR

                About Me Intermediate

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Comfortable
                • Easy Entry & Release
                • Great Construction
                • Installs Easily

                Cons

                • Lacks Adjustability

                Best Uses

                • All Mountain

                Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                I love them. They're very easy to get in and out. The only downside I've found so far is that I can't adjust the highbacks to be parallel to the board, but I haven't had any problems with performance.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • No
                 
                4.0

                nice flows

                By 

                from Akron, oh

                About Me Intermediate

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Adjustable
                • Comfortable
                • Easy Entry & Release
                • Great Construction
                • Installs Easily

                Cons

                • Learning Curve

                Best Uses

                • All Mountain
                • Downhill

                Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                Replacing a set of K2 Up rise, on a recommendation from a friend, I bought these.
                Definitely quick in/out. Friend is a long time flow fan and he was impressed by the NASTY and the buckles.
                Took me sometime at first to adjust them properly so that they fit snuggly and my boot could get in easily. First few runs I had kneel in the snow to kick my toe in. Later in the day, I readjusted and all was well
                Only major issue is that you need to undo the power strap at the end of the day to put in a bag.so the next trip you to set the buckles again. My 2nd trip wasn't set as nice as my first.practice will make this smoother.
                In all nice design.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • No
                 
                5.0

                Best choice!!

                By 

                from Lorton VA

                About Me Advanced

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Adjustable
                • Comfortable
                • Good Interface
                • Great Construction

                Cons

                • A Little Bit To Get Use T

                Best Uses

                • All Mountain

                Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                Bindings replaced strap type bindings. Easy in and out! Solid feel to the board.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • No
                 
                5.0

                Best all mountain Flows ever

                By 

                from St. Louis

                About Me Advanced

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Adjustable
                • Comfortable
                • Easy Entry & Release
                • Easy in easy out
                • Good Interface
                • Great Construction
                • Installs Easily
                • Lightweight

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • All Mountain
                  • Downhill
                  • Freeriding
                  • Powder
                  • Speed
                  • Tricks

                  Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                  These bindings rock. Easy in easy out, can be as tight or as loose as you want them to be. Perfect all mountain dominator. Excellent feel for the mountain and perfect flex

                  • Was this a gift?:
                  • No
                   
                  4.0

                  "Quick, easy, and comfortable"

                  By 

                  from Seattle, WA

                  About Me Advanced

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Adjustable
                  • Comfortable
                  • Easy Entry & Release
                  • Installs Easily
                  • Lightweight

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Downhill
                    • Speed

                    Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                    Not disappointed with this purchase. Worth the $$ and very comfortable.

                    • Was this a gift?:
                    • Yes
                     
                    5.0

                    Glad I went back to Flow

                    By 

                    from NC by way of NY

                    About Me Advanced

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Adjustable
                    • Comfortable
                    • Easy Entry & Release
                    • Good Interface
                    • Installs Easily

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • All Mountain
                      • Downhill
                      • Freeriding
                      • Powder
                      • Speed

                      Comments about Flow Fuse-AT Snowboard Bindings 2014:

                      I ride everywhere, and fast. Not big on the park, but I will take a few trips.

                      Great comfort, adjustability, and very stable.

                      The locks on the straps only lock to limit upward travel. When I slapped the board to remove snow from the top, it caused the straps to tighten and I would have to adjust before riding. So, now I just refrain from doing so. A minor inconvenience.

                      • Was this a gift?:
                      • No

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