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Bindings for LibTech T-Rice Pro

Just picked up a 157 LibTech T-Rice, looking to get a stiff binding to pair with it. Been riding cheapo gear for a while here so I'm looking to put together a good set-up now. Currently leaning toward the new El Hefe's but open to other opinions, price doesn't matter.

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Just picked up a 157 LibTech T-Rice, looking to get a stiff binding to pair with it. Been riding cheapo gear for a while here so I'm looking to put together a good set-up now. Currently leaning toward the new El Hefe's but open to other opinions, price doesn't matter.
You should ride what Travis Rice rides.
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After doing a little more digging I stumbled upon these beauties. Was originally planning on going a bit stiffer but I had to pull the trigger http://www.tactics.com/union/asymbol...board-bindings

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Last year I rode Now Ipos on my Trice 157, this year I have Now Drives on a Trice 161.5. Get the Drives. Really responsive and fairly stiff but the hinge system also helps makes the Trice super damp. It made a huge difference on that board to me compared to the Cartels I was riding on it 2 years ago
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