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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-17-2010, 06:37 AM Thread Starter
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Buying first bindings

Hi, after some research I narrowed down the options to 2 bindings. I will ride normal slopes and do some easy tricks so probably an allmountain binding with midflex would be best for me.

K2 Formula 2011
Burton Custom 2011

I have a Ride agenda snowboard so the question is also if the burton binding will fit. Which of those 2 is a better option?

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I'm guessing your budget is under $200? Out of the two you have listed, the formulas are the better bindings IMO.

If your budget is higher:

Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Bindings 2011

Ride Delta MVMNT Snowboard Bindings 2011

I favor the Romes


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Jup under $200 Its my first set so I dont think I will feel the difference that much.

Ok lets say I would buy the K2 formulas, is there something really good and worth to buy the 2011 for, instead of 2010?
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The highbacks have been completely redesigned. They are a little taller and supposedly form fitting (I'm sure different boots will fit differently on it). I actually love the highback, it's comfy. However, depending on the price difference, you can totally do the 2010 instead. I mean if it's a matter of $20, I'd go with the 2011 for the added comfort.


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