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Anyone else love their C02 bindings?

I had Cartels and switched last weekend. So far, the straps are wider which makes them less painful when I really crank them down, and my feet feel like they are permanently attached to the board!!! I'm loving these bindings!
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I had Cartels and switched last weekend. So far, the straps are wider which makes them less painful when I really crank them down, and my feet feel like they are permanently attached to the board!!! I'm loving these bindings!
That's good to hear. I've been riding Cartels also and just bought a pair of CO2 last weekend, tomorrow will be my first time riding them. I always liked the Cartels but the CO2s look like they'll be great, and I got an awesome deal on them, 2010 CO2s for $50. Thanks for sharing your experience.
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I have 2009 C02 EST bindings and they are rock solid. So much more control than I use to have with the starter gear I bought when I first started riding.

A friend was able to find a deal online for CO2 bindings for her 2008 burton board and she can see wonders why she ever bothered not to get them before.
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I rode powder all day today at Mt. Shasta with the CO2 bindings on my new Burton Malolo, I love this setup. The bindings are great, very responsive. Headed to Oregon tomorrow and looking forward to a few days with this setup at Mt. Bachelor and Mt. Hood.
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Been riding CO2's for the last two seasons after trading up from Cartels. Definitely a good choice and really like the ability for them to either be dialed in as responsive or fairly relaxed. I had Cartels with the two angled toe strap that would slip up over your boot after a hard toe turn and that doesn't happen with the tru-grip toe strap.

Really, I have nothing bad to say about these bindings. They're comfortable for all day riding, the straps are comfortable and they're responsive.

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I ride 2010 Co2 EST's on my Vapor and regular Co2's on my T6. I also ride Cartels on a Custom .And for a Hero mounted with Exile EST.
As far as the Co2's they are a very responsive binding ! Great for almost all conditions on the slopes,excluding the park .
I do tend to favour the Cartels in the late Spring conditions tough .I prefer a softer board/binding setup just find it more managable over the heavily travelled areas.
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