Flow binding recall

Poor old Flow, their bindings have always been a cool and innovative product but they still can't seem to put them together very well and now I see they are having to recall 2004's MK03, MK04, MK05 & MK110 models.

I was totally wowed when I got my first pair in 1996 and other riders used to stop me and ask about them on the slopes. They lasted for years until they got stolen. Naturally, I replaced them with new Flows. They broke the same day! After the same thing happened again and again the distributor agreed to replace them with a top of the range carbon fibre model which, surprisingly, is still holding out.

14 January 2005 Permalink | Comments (3)

I've always been a little worried about using flow bindings ever since I saw an exploded view diagram of all the parts. I've had numerous pairs of bindings fall apart in some way or another but nothing I couldn't fix with a lift pass holder, a spare screw and some duck tape. I like my bindings simple.

Posted by: David Hayes at January 20, 2005 08:56 AM

hey i have the flow pro bindings on my board. i have i nidecker the score. but i am consern my flose on the right binding the front straps wont stay like the left foot will. it is were like at the tip if the main strap. it is were it is cliped to the binging it self. please help me. i dont no wut to do.
thank you

Posted by: joe at February 12, 2005 01:16 AM

first you should learn how to talk and spell.

Posted by: matt at February 17, 2005 03:17 PM
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