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Originally Posted by monkeyrpn View Post
I'm new to this whole purchasing snowboarding gear. I'm learning a lot about snowboards. What characteristics they have make them better for certain type of riding. I'm not able to find as much depth of info about bindings tho.

Things like, high backs and low backs. What's the difference? Certain materials that makes a pair of bindings better than others. How are bindings categorizes to do certain type of riding?

I look at the bindings... and they all look the same to me.
1. Comfort
2. I like aluminum heel cup.
3. Needs a good toe cap
4. I don't want a small or huge highback (medium)
5. Canted foot beds
It's really personal with binding u just need to get one u like and are I ur budget. But I'm a 100% ROME!!! Supporter Noe there bindings are awesome
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