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Old 10-18-2010, 12:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fucking Lite! Let me tell you, they are not kidding when they say this binding is fucking light. You can read my little review right here.

EDIT - I have now updated my review after a day of substantially varying terrain and usage.
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Old 10-18-2010, 12:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm diggin the air purifier in the back ground.
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Old 10-18-2010, 12:58 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm diggin the air purifier in the back ground.
Haha! It's actually a heater/fan. So much cheaper than using the baseboards.
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dude i have those same bindings in gold and black, theyre so sick!!
also when i put mine on they were backwards haha idk how i didnt notice until i saw your pics so thanks bro

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dude i have those same bindings in gold and black, theyre so sick!!
also when i put mine on they were backwards haha idk how i didnt notice until i saw your pics so thanks bro
Haha! No problem man! I just made sure to read the bottom of them where they are labeled L and R. I'm stoked to get out and ride 'em for the first time tomorrow!
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I want a review ASAP. I'm expecting them to land inbetween Contacs and Forces as far as feel. If so I hope to get some
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What size is your new Signal Omni? Looks like you got a great setup for this season...can't wait to check it out in person!
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How heavy is your board with bindings ?
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@triple8sol It's a 157, you'll get to check it out for sure.

@msh I'm not sure on the exact weight and I don't have a scale to weigh it, but I can say that it's super lite, definitely under 10lbs. When I had it strapped in my pack and on my back, I could barely even feel the added weight.
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Hopefully we can swap setups for a couple runs I've been wanting to try out the Camrock style on Signal/YES/Jones so bad...
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