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post #31 of 138 (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 01:22 AM
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Last of the packages arrived today; threw it together...going need abit bigger pack.

check out the BD Outlaw - sweet looking setup!
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You need to find steeper terrain. I wish mine were taller.....
Haha I know, we dont have much steep stuff out here.
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UPS delivered some Montana goodies (Sparks!) yesterday, I had to give them the good 'ol living room tour test....



Anyway, carry on.
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You'll love them Burners. The Burton straps are a huge upgrade from the Bent Metal ones they used to have.
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^^Yeah, I'm stoked on them. Super comfortable and GREAT straps. Might have to try to get one of my Ride webbed toe caps on there instead though. Easy set up, and thought it was very cool that Sparks includes a multi tool with everything needed to adjust the binding. The only downside is they are a PAIN to attach to the Voile touring bracket. Takes a bit of muscle, really. I'll probably end up swapping in some LT brackets/pins eventually though so its not a real killer.
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I highly recommend the LT Brackets. When they first came out I didn't think much of them and then I demo'd a set. So much more rigid which made skinning easier. It saved a ton of energy over a day. Yeah, I ended up buying them...
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Are the 12/13 burners out yet? I really want them as it looks like they have the same straps as my diodes.
Another thing I had trouble with on the voile pin system was removing the pin clip with my gloves on. The spark pin looks like a much better/easier system to use.
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rei has the 2013's already
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rei has the 2013's already
They might have them on the website, but they're listed as back ordered.
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ah sorry - didn't look that far
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