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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-29-2010, 04:29 PM
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what's an eiffel tower? never heard of it.
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what's an eiffel tower? never heard of it.
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The board stopped, immediately unstrapping me from the bindings and I fell off
Right. How did the rope unstrap you?
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Right. How did the rope unstrap you?
The board was caught on the rope and instead of my bindings breaking, the pressure from me falling forward and the board being stuck on the rope caused the bindings to unstrap... I suppose that when the board snapped back, it was freed from the rope and came tumbling down.

The real lesson here was that K2 Formulas are good bindings... they stay strapped unless you need them to do otherwise, lol. Because if the strap had not given way, part of the binding would have probably broken.
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you just stepped over the line
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well i just took it there and I'm not stopping.
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