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Adjustable heelcup, my new love!

So I ended up trading my Re:Flex Cartels as I was having major issues centring them on my board. Even more so after getting new boots in a smaller size. I called Burton rider services twice, first time I got useless disks, second time she basically told me I was fucked. So I traded a forum member for a pair of franken Unions. Charger baseplate, Team highback, Atlas ankle strap and a Burton toe cap. I was willing to take this risk based on the adjustable heel-cup alone, turns out my gamble paid off. In no way did I have to use the disk to centre the binding, just the binding adjustments themselves. Which to me is amazing as I like to adjust my width a little bit and now I am free to do so. Mind you I have not ridden these yet, so I may actually hate them, but I do think I will always keep my eye out for an adjustable heel-cup.

I will update when I can put them on snow. I have mounted them on my Charlie as it looks like I am skipping work on Friday to devour some pow!
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I guess I am missing the point. You are centered, but do you are not using the reflex disc? So you gave you gave up re-flex altogether?

I love my forum's with hinge disc. I would not go back to non hinge disc.
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I guess I am missing the point. You are centered, but do you are not using the reflex disc? So you gave you gave up re-flex altogether?

I love my forum's with hinge disc. I would not go back to non hinge disc.
I guessing you didn't read my post..... The Burtons are gone, and yes I gave up on the reflex disk.
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Who cares about knowing how to read. I have a hinge disc AND centered bindings and you don't.

http://forumsnowboards.7.cascadewebd...e-republic#074
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Who cares about knowing how to read. I have a hinge disc AND centered bindings and you don't.

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Congrats? I also have centred bindings now as well. I was only posting as many other people have had issues with the re:flex disks and the lack of adjust-ability. Thank you for your totally useless posts though, very helpful.
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