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Old 10-15-2010, 06:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just ordered them off evo.com , I got them at a pretty good price ... trying to save some cash and when they arrived they seemed a tad weak? I don't know the technical terms but all in all i'm looking for a mid-flex binding for all mountain riding and terrain park.

Will the K2 CTC Cinch bindings work or should I return them for something different?
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I just ordered them off evo.com , I got them at a pretty good price ... trying to save some cash and when they arrived they seemed a tad weak? I don't know the technical terms but all in all i'm looking for a mid-flex binding for all mountain riding and terrain park.

Will the K2 CTC Cinch bindings work or should I return them for something different?
Weak? With that solid alloy heel? They feel really solid and well done to me...I just got a pair...haven't riddenn them yet.
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Old 10-15-2010, 01:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Weak? With that solid alloy heel? They feel really solid and well done to me...I just got a pair...haven't riddenn them yet.
Yeah, they feel solid but the side to side motion the plastics are flexing and you can see how there are two layers of support and they aren't bolted directly together. I'm just concerned about going with them over an all metal/aluminium binding.

But judging by your response they shouldn't be weak at all; i'd just like a better explanation.
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Yeah, they feel solid but the side to side motion the plastics are flexing and you can see how there are two layers of support and they aren't bolted directly together. I'm just concerned about going with them over an all metal/aluminium binding.

But judging by your response they shouldn't be weak at all; i'd just like a better explanation.
You'll see when you get them..I tried them on the board, they feel real solid and connected to the board...and that haeshmelow stuff should do magic for chatter...
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CTC are the low-end, if you have to have a Cinch, go with the CTX
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Old 10-15-2010, 04:38 PM   #6 (permalink)
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BURTON INFIDEL BINDINGS ?

Are they significantly better than the K2 CTC CINCH ?
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