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none est cartels vs est missions

So i am only able to get the cartels in the size and color i need if i get them non est, but i can get est missions in my size and color easily. should i get the missions because i can get them in est? or should i get non est cartels because they are a better binding over all?
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Do you have a channel board?
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Better binding overall. Last year when i was complaining about the ratchets/ladders on my Missions, i was told that the Missions were not given the long lasting/non-skipping ratchets that were on Cartels and other high end Burton bindings. To this day the ratchets are causing me trouble, skipping, loosening during a run etc. If it was me i would go for the Cartels.
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Better binding overall. Last year when i was complaining about the ratchets/ladders on my Missions, i was told that the Missions were not given the long lasting/non-skipping ratchets that were on Cartels and other high end Burton bindings. To this day the ratchets are causing me trouble, skipping, loosening during a run etc. If it was me i would go for the Cartels.
... plus whatever little extra the Cartel cost you can recover if you sell them later on.

BTW if you have a non-EST board you MUST get non-EST bindings. If you have EST board, you can get either.
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Do you have a channel board?
Yah i have a 2014 burton process. it is a channel system board.
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Also im not a brand hore. i am willing to go with a different brand as long as it will go with the channel system.
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