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Do other bindings come with a footbed pad?

I ride K2 Revolts and They come with a footbed pad, that's wedged.

Do other bindings have this? Or is it selected ones only?
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I think you're mistaken. Ride makes the revolt. And they make replaceable canted footbeds.

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yeah i meant ride lol

Do other bindings from other companies have the pads?
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Pretty sure Ride is the only ones that make interchangeable footbed

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Other companies do the canting... Is that what you're looking for?
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Not all bindings have canted footbeds, but the Rome's I've seen (as well as the Union Legacy) have them, there's an extra screw that you secure them in place with.

Edit: I mean I've seen bindings that have footbeds, but they are just flat, you can't cant them (see what I did there? :P ). I just re-read my post this morning and realized it was horribly ambiguous.

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Rome, Ride and Burton all have canted footbeds in one way or another if I remember correctly ..


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I can't think of a single binding company that doesn't have canting (angled footbeds) in most if not all of their current bindings.


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I can't think of a single binding company that doesn't have canting (angled footbeds) in most if not all of their current bindings.
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