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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-22-2010, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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New bindings for a k2 believer

I just got a 2010 k2 believer (leftover for a great price) and flow ansr boa boots size 10 i was wondering what bindings i should get i was thinking the ride ex or something similar to that price and flex would be nice plus i like the cant beds. i ride probably 50/50 mountain and park but when im riding the mountain its not just going down. needs to be under 200 dollars if possible

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 12:05 AM
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I usually run Union Contacts, Forces or Autos on mine. I've got an 09 cambered one though

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should i go large with the flow boots? and i was thinking maybe the k2 formulas would also be a good choice.

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So im stuck at either the ride EX. K2 formula or hurrithane and the flux se30
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So im stuck at either the ride EX. K2 formula or hurrithane and the flux se30
IMO the hurrithanes are going to have a little too much flex in the highbacks for the believer. They might be fun in the park, but riding anywhere other than the park is probably not going to be all that great. I would match hurrithanes to boards like the parkstar or www. I'm gonna be running forces on my believer this season, and think that the formulas would be very compatible with that board as well. I have no experience with flux, but checked out the new titan tt30's and they also seem like a great do it all binder.
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I ride K2 Formula both with NS Evo and K2 Believer and they work great for ground tricks, bombing down the hill and small jumps (they may work for bigger jumps as well, but I suck at it so won't comment, hehe).
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