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female New board, time for new bindings.

I will be getting my new board hopefully by the end of the week in the mail so now I have to shop for bindings. I never really knew before that bidings came in so many different styles and riding preferences. My current board has a very cheap pair of Firefly's therefore they are definately not being transfered over.

Here is some important info:

-Board is an Endeavor Diamond 142 (picture bellow)
-Boots are womens 6.5 Ride Sash
-Riding will be mostly on hardpack with some ice however I will be trying out glades and small jumps this winter.
-budget is under $220, the cheaper the better of course.
-I don't mind older models, or gently used.

These are the ones that I've been looking at for colour however I have no clue what biding stats mean or what I should be looking for such as softer, stiffer, high back, flex,... I don't know what they translate to when riding or what I should be looking for. So this is what I like look wise with my board however I have no clue what's right for me and what's not. I also have no clue as to which are good and which are crappy.

My board:

-Burton Lexa Tucan

-Burton Scribe Miami Nights

-Rossignol Justice 2010 or 2011

-Flux GU30 pink

-Rome Strut in blue

Please help with new suggestions or help narrow down this list.


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