Flow Minx-SE Women's Snowboard Bindings

SKU: 31248

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The Flow Minx-SE binding is a one of the best all-mountain Women's bindings we have seen to date. Essentially the same binding as the Men's Five SE, but the difference is the Minx is a work of art designed to get noticed (if bright pink doesn't do the trick, we wonder what will). Of course in classic Flow fashion, these feature SpeedEntry so you can enter through the back and leave your adjustments alone all day long. These women's pink snowboard bindings offer a ton of support and comfort and are a perfect match for intermediate to advanced riders shredding all over the mountain.

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Flow Snowboard Binding Size
NXT Baseplate Series
  Medium Large X Large
US Men's Size 4-8 7.5-11.5 11-15
US Women's Size 5-9 8.5+ -
M, H Baseplates, Flite Baseplate Series
US Men's Size 4-8.5 8-11.5 11-15
US Women's Size 5-9.5 9+ -




SpeedEntry with Reclining HiBack: Flow bindings are famous for this revolutionary feature that makes life on the hill a whole lot easier. The hibacks are connected to the binding via steel cables which allow you to flip all them back so you can slide your foot in and out from behind. This makes it so you don't have to readjust your straps at the top of every run. To ride, simply snap the hiback back to its upright position.

Flow's 19 Hole Baseplate: The baseplates of these bindings have 19 holes (yes 19!) positioned in such a way that you should be able to mount these bindings on any snowboards that have a hole pattern. [(the only exception to this that we know of are the new Burton EST bases) if you have one of those snowboards, though, you knew that already]

Hybrid PowerCapStrap: This binding has a two strap system: 1. A toecap strap with two points of adjustment (as opposed to the usual one) 2. A three point main padded strap that is adjustable with two quick-set buckles and one ratchet. Basically, adding more versatility and adjustment to dial in the fit making this a much more high performance binding.

DuPont POM plastic: The hiback and baseplate are made with a super durable DuPont plastic that will not be brittle in very cold temperatures, and provide a very stable binding for high-speed riders.

Toe Cap Strap: The toe strap is actually a 'cap', which pulls on the toe of the boot down and back. Some riders can't live without this type of strap, and others could care less. It does provide a solid connection between the boot and the binding, and that is never a bad thing.

ModBack Hiback System: The heel-cup of this binding is made of aluminum for stability boot hold and the top half of the hi-back is a softer urethane for a softer flex for added comfort and mobility for tweaking grabs and spinning off of jumps.

3 Quickset Buckles, 2 Ratchet Buckles: As opposed to the other Flow bindings with 4 Quickset buckles that you set once at the beginning of the day (and don't really touch after that), these bindings have a mini-ratchet buckle at the lower and upper end of the Powerstrap. This means you can dial in a different fit from run to run, tightening and loosening with the power of a well designed ratchet.

1 Piece Baseplate: This baseplate eliminates some of the fuss of extra parts for adjustments that most people don't touch anyway. Also, one piece means fewer things that can go wrong and it will be lighter than multiple piece baseplates.

Adjustable Forward Lean: Adjust the position of the highback for more flexibility for freestyle, or more forward to get better performance at high speed.

Ventilated Hiback: Air holes (speed holes) in the back plate help keep the airflow (hopefully your pants are breathable!) around your calf from being completely stagnant (and therefore sweaty).

Flow Stickers Included: A page of stickers comes in each binding box for maximum vandalization customization. Just for fun. And also the instructional guide opens up and turns into a poster. Also just for fun.

Additional Info

Gender Women's
Model Year 2013
International Availability-Prices USD United States, Canada, Australia/New Zealand/Chile/Argentina, UK, Ireland, Japan
SKU 31248
Country of Manufacturer China
Warranty Manufacturers one year standard warranty

Product Questions

Product Questions

Hi! Two questions about the Flow Minx-SE bindings... #1 - do they offer the N.A.S.T.Y. Strap Technology (as is noted in the men's Flow Five-SE bindings) ? #2 - do the rachet buckles / straps allow for easy side entry as well as the rear speed entry? Thanks in advance for your help!
Hello, I'm hesitating between two models of bindings; Flow Minx-SE and Flow Haylo. What are there differences, is it just a question of look? I'm doing a lot of backcountry. It seems that nothing hold the tip of the boot in the minx-se model
Hi, I'm thinking of using these bindings for the Burton Deja Vu Flying V Snowboard, which has the Channel system (using EST bindings). I know in the introduction video, it says the base plate that comes with these bindings do not fit on the Burton channel system. However, I know Flow has released the "CHANNEL DISC F, H, M" converter plate to fit onto the Burton M6 Channel system, and under the product details it says that the MINX-SE from year 2011-2013 should fit this plate. Before I buy this binding, I just want to confirm that this MINX-SE binding will indeed fit onto the converter plate and can be used for the Burton Channel system like on the Deja Vu board?
Hi Just want to know the real colour of this binding. it looks like purple in the picture but the it is pink in the vedio. Thanks
I have 8.5 size boots, would a medium or large be best. Is the color in the picture accurate?


step in and goReview by tony
This is part 2 at the end of the season. I just came back from the mountain after being with 3 skiers who dont wait. I would exit the lift, clean of the snow, slide in my shoe and lift up the back while guiding the tow in position and go without pausing. The flip up back has a lot of leverige so my boot would sit firm. This is a true adjust bindings once and go system with never having to sit down anymore. (Posted on 3/24/2016)
they kept workingReview by tony
on the first day the strap that combines the front and back binding broke. I thought i was done for the day but still had to make my way back the lodge. To my impression the binding still worked good so i kept going for the whole day.
After more research i would have bought the upgraded
Version from flow that lift the binding after releasing for easier entry. Flow replaced the broken part with no problems. (Posted on 1/20/2016)
The BESTReview by Kracksie
Great bindings! Sooo comfortable and super responsive:) (Posted on 10/7/2015)
No complaints!Review by Kari
Pros: Adjustable, Easy entry/release
Cons: None so far
Location: Canada
So far, I've found these to be a great upgrade from traditional bindings. It took a bit to get the fit/adjustments right at first - but the speed entry is so easy & fast on the hill, it more than made up for it. They are comfortable on the top of the foot all day. I would definitely recommend the Flow Minx-SE bindings! (Posted on 12/29/2014)
So Easy!Review by Amy
Pros: Sturdy, easy to adjust, stayed tight all day, easy to un-clip.
Cons: Um...they're pink?
Location: New Zealand
So far so good with these bindings. I've enjoyed the ease with which I can get in and out and their solid construction. Made me feel secure all day long. (Posted on 8/17/2014)

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