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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-07-2010, 07:04 PM
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Ride CAD - stiff binding

I know there are hundreds of these threads, I tried searching but couldn't find a review of the Ride CAD. Is it any good? I am a intermediate to advanced rider looking for a stiff binding I do a lot of high speed carving. I have been using the K2 Formula's which have been pretty good but I just busted them.

Thoughts?

Thanks so much.
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very stiff highback, adjustable ankle strap from stiff to mildly soft
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they're about as close to an alpine binding as you can get

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It's Ride's premier binding, so yes they're stiff and a great option. Rome Arsenal is another option to look into.

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