Flow Sports Recalls Snowboard Bindings Following Consumer Complaints

Flow 2014 Flite-series snowboard bindings
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March 03, 2015

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a recall that is still relevant for many people along the east coast.

Flow Sports is recalling about 10,400 snowboard bindings following 30 reports of the pins disengaging from the bindings causing them to open.

The recall affects Flow 2014 Flite-series snowboard bindings with model names Flite, Haylo, Micron Youth, Flite LTD and Flite MTN.

They were sold at Dick's Sporting Goods, EVO, SNSboards, Sport Chalet, The House, Wired Sport, Zumiez and other stores nationwide and online from July 2014 through February 2015 for between $110 and $150.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled snowboard bindings and contact Flow Sports for a free repair, to return the bindings for free replacements, or a full refund.

Flow Sports can be contacted at (855) 920-9955.

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