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Thumbs up 2012 Ride Capo's REVIEW

Sweet Binding that is stiff to handle anything but just enough flex to keep it playful. The 2.5 foam foot pads keep your feet stable and make a nice shock absorber. Love the adjustable bed for different size feet. Straps are comfy and tight. Fit and flex with both my K2 and DC status were tight. Nice strong metal bindings. Pain in the ass to take off the foot bed to do plate adjustments but other than that I think it's a good value for a rider lookin for a binding that does the whole mountain well.
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one of the shortest review i've ever read...
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one of the shortest review i've ever read...
Your welcome, Its a binding not a spaceship
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Your welcome, Its a binding not a spaceship
I endorse this review.....
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I agree with the review I love my Capos but if I'm going with another binding I might step up to the El Hefe which is a bit stifferr and you get the 2.5, 4.0 & 5.0 wedgies. But I have not one bad thing to say about the Capo bindings. if you're looking for a softer binding then go with the Rodeo bindings.
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