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Burton 1990 Bone Out Bindings

Hello!

I am new to snowboarding and I have a few questions.
I have at my home a 1990's Burton Air board with Bone Out Flex Bindings. The problem is since it being about 20 years old and not ridden much, or kept nicely the bindings are in bad shape and I should probably replace them before I ride. The straps are a little torn and a few screws are pretty rusty. I might as well replace the whole binding though. I was wondering where I could get a pair, or even if I could just use newer bindings on an older board. I am unsure of my options so if anyone could help me out that would be awesome (:

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You need a whole new set up that thing is a collectors item.


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You need a whole new set up that thing is a collectors item.
I guess that means I should just buy an entire new board instead?
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yep: boad, binding and boots

post some picks up there maybe some interest from members in buying the old setup as a wall hanger, or for retro day.
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yep: boad, binding and boots

post some picks up there maybe some interest from members in buying the old setup as a wall hanger, or for retro day.
Damn. Yeah, I am not interested in selling it. Just fixing it up to use or keeping it in the garage.
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If you just want to get out on the snow just pick up some cheaper new bindings, just make sure the bolt pattern matches the old ones. I rode a 1990 burtain air, there was nothing wrong with it back then so why could you not ride it today?

I mean really, just rock that ancient shit and if you get more into it pick up a new board/boots etc when you feel ready.
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If you just want to get out on the snow just pick up some cheaper new bindings, just make sure the bolt pattern matches the old ones. I rode a 1990 burtain air, there was nothing wrong with it back then so why could you not ride it today?

I mean really, just rock that ancient shit and if you get more into it pick up a new board/boots etc when you feel ready.
The new stuff is much easier to learn on. Keep that puppy on the wall where it belongs.
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