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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-11-2010, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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SO i need new bindings because my K2 Cinch bindings are way to worn out and they move around a lot, I ride a 2009 burton indie board and ride equal amount of park and freeride, i have only been riding for 1 year but caught on fast and will likely be doing more park soon, i am 5'10" and 175 pounds and wouldnt like to spend more then 150-170 dollars, any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Hurrithanes. I quite liked them.

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okay where do i get them? how much are they?
sorry im a bit of a noob when it comes to all the brands, and i forgot to mention i live in canada, so has to be somewhere online......
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Ha my bad. K2 Hurrithanes. Most of the bigger online shops that ship to Canada and carry K2 should have them. The urethane highback stiffens up a bit when its colder out. Something I experienced today. It is noticable, but maybe not so for someone with a little less experience. Its a good comfy binding.

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thanks for the input!
anything else is welcome, i have until christmas time to decide just thought i would get a jumpstart!
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in that price range look for some previous years ride mvmnt series. ive had a couple of pair of ride bindings and they are really nice for the money. it says theyre freestyle, but they are very well suited to take them anywhere.
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i kind of figured that i wouldnt be able to get 2011's that are good solid bindings, so if i do go for 2010 models or 2009 models are there even beter bindings out there? would any flow bindings be in my price range? has anyone ever heard of drake bindings? are they any good?
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talked to my local bloard shop and they are willing to let me try both of those pairs out for free!
now i just have to wait for snowww!
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