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post #26 of (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by bpowder View Post
well like i said before, im doing mostly freeride, but i want board for all mountain so i can try some parks etc as well. i like to jump some, but i wont try some big fat jumpers, mostly jumps in the forest, maybe some small jumpers in the park, maybe some rail but nothing fat yet

i dont like to ride on icy/hard packed conditions but you never know what the weather will be

i think ill buy that sherlock board if you guys think it can work for all mountain as well

so lets say im buying sherlock board + ambush boots, now the question comes about bindings again

diode est 2012 - BURTON Diode EST 2012 black

cartel est 2013 - BURTON Cartel EST 2012 black

or maybe something else?

or maybe better idea would be to buy cartels est 2012 and spend some more cash on board/boots?

damn more i look in the internet more questions i ask, compering to my old setup which is some factory board + dunno what bindings + burton used boots for 25 euro from 90s any setup will be fucking good now, but why not try to find something that will be perfect for me?

hope you still want to help me!
Unless you are someone who specifically wants very stiff and ultralight bindings the Diodes are overkill and I would recommend that you get the cartels and spend the extra money on better boots or spend the extra money on lift tickets or beer.

Sherlock + Cartels + Ambush boots is a very good setup.
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