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Matthew's Passions

Hiking & Camping
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BCBoarder wrote a review of on December 3, 2008

5 5

These bindings are great. They are very light, comfortable, and stiff. They are more comfortable than any two strap binding on the market and are just as responsive if not more responsive. They are also considerably faster to get into than any two strap binding with the possible exception of the K2 Cinch (which has a similar entry system) the Ride Contraband, and the K2 Auto, but the Flow Team is certainly the stiffest of these bindings and at least as fast. @ hanoihanco1481063 if you have to sit down to get into you bindings the Flow Teams are not for you, they are not for beginners. Also if you are constantly adjusting the strap you are using the binding incorrectly, you use the ratchets to adjust the fit the first couple of runs, then after that you are set and should not have fiddle with them. As for using a lot of force to pull up the clamp lean forward a bit and it is easy, but that would be hard if you are sitting down. I can often get into my Teams without stopping after getting off the chair.

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BCBoarder wrote a review of on October 2, 2006

4 5

This is the first bivy that I have owned and as expected the Bibler quality is there. Seam taped, light weight, absolute bomber construction. My only complaint is that the girth at the shoulders seems tight. I am 6.0 and 180lbs and there was binding when I rolled to sleep on my side. Maybe I am just not use to Bivys. All and all a good light weight yet livable protective sleeping solution.

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BCBoarder wrote a review of on December 12, 2005

5 5

These bindings are worth every penny. I have these and the Pro FR’s, and they are the best binding I have ever ridden. These have all of the advantages of Flows with none of the disadvantages (weight). They are light, very responsive and comfortable. They are also super customizable. One thing to know is that if you are going to customize them, do it in the comfort of your house, the pins used to keep the hardware in place are a pain to get off and on (the up side is that its nearly impossible lose your hardware). If you are looking for the best binding made, this is it.

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BCBoarder wrote a review of on October 8, 2004

5 5

I just did a 3 week trip to Fiji with my wife and we used the ORV trunk for both of us! This is the nicest piece of luggage that I have ever owned. It is well compartmentalized so it is easy to organize your stuff (if you use the eagle creek packing solutions you will be amazed how much more you can pack). It rolls like a charm and looks sweet as well. What also makes me feel confident about buying this is the lifetime guarantee on it, even though I will be really surprised if I ever have to use it, the construction is bomber!

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BCBoarder wrote a review of on October 8, 2004

5 5

This tent is the most versatile tent made. It has the ability to go from the desert to mountaineering without losing a step. The 2 doors give it infinite breathability while the construction allows it to be used in the harshest of conditions. At 6 lbs it is not the lightest tent… but you will not find another tent that has the usability range of this tent, period.

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