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need some binding advise

ok so basically im a all mountain boarder, steep and deep in the morning, tree runs around lunch and ill hit some rails and boxes in the afternoon, nothing too crazy on the park side though.

currently im on a ride decade 158W (love it) with some K2 rangers, the rangers are showing some ware and im thinking its time to replace them. couple buddies of mine got some flows a while back and while i like the idea of them they never seemed to work great. they always have to bend their boards at funkey angels to get their feet into the bindings and it gets even worse in powder. But i like the idea of stepping in, click the back and go. so i was looking for something of an alternitive and came across the K2 cassette

i like the design of the cassette except for the weight, they seem to be on the heavy side. so i was wondering if there is anything out there like the cassette but a lighter weight version? something that is still some form of a step in but can hopefully be stepped into while sitting on snow?

i was also looking at the Ride contraband, im not entirely sold on the 1 strap idea but it would make getting in and out easier. anybody tried these yet? one thing i have always loved about ride bindings is how light they are
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