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How can I tell what kind of bindings I have?

I just bought a used hyperlite snowboard with bindings. How can I tell what kind of bindings I have?
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I just bought a used hyperlite snowboard with bindings. How can I tell what kind of bindings I have?
what do they look like? upload a pic?

if they have straps with ratchets, they are straps. if they have one big strap, they are flow. if they do not have straps, they are some flavour of step-in.

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hyperlite snowboard??? hyperlite makes wakeboards... post a pic.

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I dont really know how to put a pic on here as I ama brand new member. However I can tell you I took my board to a local ski shop to have it waxed. I also bought some new boots for it. The guy at the shop said the board was at least 5 or 6 years old but looked like it had never been used. Also he said my bindings were made by Burton. I basically got a like new board with bindings for $100.00. He said I practictly stole them.
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I dont really know how to put a pic on here as I ama brand new member. However I can tell you I took my board to a local ski shop to have it waxed. I also bought some new boots for it. The guy at the shop said the board was at least 5 or 6 years old but looked like it had never been used. Also he said my bindings were made by Burton. I basically got a like new board with bindings for $100.00. He said I practictly stole them.
take a picture, upload it onto your computer and then click on "reply to post" on this very forum and look for a small paper clip icon, click on that, browse for the pic you want to upload and baaammmm, someone will help u out with your mysterious binding question

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