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Which bindings to buy (intermediate)

I used to snowboard a lot when I was younger (25 now, stopped snowboarding seriously 7 years ago when I moved to Toronto). I have a really old and heavy burton snowboard and bindings, but the bindings are the step-in ones which I hate, because I feel I don't get enough support.

So I want to buy new bindings and I'm not sure what to buy. Like I said, I don't snowboard that much anymore, MAX 8-10 times a year (until last year, it was 0 times a year ).
I'm 5'7", 155lb
Mostly diamonds, blues, and my fave is going over moguls. Freestyle. No parks.

Can someone help me pick a decent binding from this website (this is the store closest to me in Toronto)? Nothing too expensive.

Sporting Life Online Store

If that URL doesn't work, then please go to Sporting Life Online Store and navigate your way through.

I also need boots.

I just realized that store has the more high-end, expensive stuff. Perhaps this store is better for me: Snowboard - Bindings -


Last edited by sepandee; 01-10-2009 at 12:32 PM.
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