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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-25-2010, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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Binding for NS Premier or Raptor

Looking for a good binding for Never Summer Premier or Raptor boards.. I'm a new rider, and know that I would probably do better on a softer board.. but thats for another discussion.

Be doing mostly all mountain and freeriding in deep powder.

What recommendations do you guys have? And if you can tell me why your making those, would help a lot too.

Thanks in advance..
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I have Rome Targas on my Premier. Pretty responsive but customizeable. They work out pretty well.
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i have rome arsenals on my atomic radon, but ns premier is in the mail...i think it will be a goot fit...
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I am faced with this same issue. I have a 163 Premier I picked up late last season I need bindings for. I actually already purchased some Burton C60's late season as well but I think I might sell those for something else. I also have Ride NRC's from another board. I think what I will end up with is either:

keep Burton C60
Ride SPI 2010
Ride CAD 2010
Ride Drone 2011
Rome Targa 2011

Whats the word on the Arsenal's are they really that responsive, definitely more so than targas?
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had burton missions, union forces...but i am big and only freeride, therefore i got arsenals....
no comparison in stiffnes and response...
if you freeride and want control, arsenals are great...but i dont see them doing stellar in park
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Not sure about Burton bindings...

Ride: SPi's probably.
Rome: Targas
K2: Auto Evers

Just some stuff to look into. Flux is also supported, but I'm not familiar with their stuff.

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Not sure about Burton bindings...

Ride: SPi's probably.
Rome: Targas
K2: Auto EVERS

Just some stuff to look into. Flux is also supported, but I'm not familiar with their stuff.
Fixed it for ya
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You want a freeride binding, not freestyle. That means: Flux DMCC (Super Diamond), Rome Arsenal, Ride SPi or CAD, K2 Auto Ever.

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