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Bindings for NeverSummer Premier F-1

Can anyone suggest bindings for my 09/10 Premier. Currently, Im using Burton P-1's that are about 4 yrs old. I'm pretty high on Burton bindings, so I'm considering Burton C02's. I have size 13 boots, if that makes any difference.

I like the P-1's just fine, but thought I might like to try something different. Board is a 163 model.

I would consider other binding brands also. I notice that there are some who do not like Burton for one reason or another. I kinda like their stuff, though.

Thanks a lot for any thoughts.

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I have last years Premier as well. I picked it up late last season and then also picked up some C60's. While I am sure those would work well I am considering selling those. Looking at Ride SPI, Doulbe Agent or CAD as most likely candidates. Other options would be Rome Targa (or older Arsenal, they softened up this year, aforementioned C60's or CO2's, or Flux stiffer model (DMCC for this year?)

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I got a pair of Targas for my NS Heritage '11. They have tons of ways to tweak them to get them as stiff as you want. While I haven't set mine up or used them yet, they feel solid, look great and seems to be easy to adjust. I made the decision to get these after a bit of researching.
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If you do want SPi's REI has them for like $138 or something like that online
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For Rome you want the Arsenal, not Targa. Ride SPi, K2 Auto Ever, Flux DMCC.

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For Rome you want the Arsenal, not Targa. Ride SPi, K2 Auto Ever, Flux DMCC.
well that my be true for 2010 and older. THe new Arsenal has the old 390 highback which is not as stiff
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