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New board, time for new bindings.
I will be getting my new board hopefully by the end of the week in the mail so now I have to shop for bindings. I never really knew before that bidings came in so many different styles and riding preferences. My current board has a very cheap pair of Firefly's therefore they are definately not being transfered over.
Here is some important info:
-Board is an Endeavor Diamond 142 (picture bellow)
-Boots are womens 6.5 Ride Sash
-Riding will be mostly on hardpack with some ice however I will be trying out glades and small jumps this winter.
-budget is under $220, the cheaper the better of course.
-I don't mind older models, or gently used.
These are the ones that I've been looking at for colour however I have no clue what biding stats mean or what I should be looking for such as softer, stiffer, high back, flex,... I don't know what they translate to when riding or what I should be looking for. So this is what I like look wise with my board however I have no clue what's right for me and what's not. I also have no clue as to which are good and which are crappy.
-Burton Lexa Tucan
-Burton Scribe Miami Nights
-Rossignol Justice 2010 or 2011
-Flux GU30 pink
-Rome Strut in blue
Please help with new suggestions or help narrow down this list.
Burton or Rome.
Had good experiences with both companies.
My daughter has a couple of pairs of the Lexas and really likes them. She loves the Tucan color.
The Lexas are a great option.
Instead of the Rome Shift, I would recommend the Madisons - they are more all-mountain freestyle oriented and are some of the best out there.
Union Milan or Trilogy.
K2 Auto Agogo
K2 Virtue bindings
K2 Virtue Snowboard Bindings - Women's 2010 | evo outlet
K2 Auto Agogo
K2 Auto Agogo Snowboard Bindings - Women's 2010 | evo outlet
both under your budget significantly and in medium which should fit 6.5 easily.
Burton Lexas are a good option, I've never met a girl that dislike riding them. I ride Rome Madisons and I'm obsessed with them, and again-I've never met a girl that disliked them.
Union Milans are a good option as well. A little stiffer than the others but good for all mountain riding.
so yeah, i felt very comfortable in the fluxes. no gripes yet, and i am definitely a fan. all the boys i ride with have flux bindings and love em to death.. so i know lots who will vouch for the brand.
and plus they come in cute colors like emerald and pink.
Thanks for the info!! Right now I'm trying to win a pair of FLUX bindings on facebook but I'm up against a High School Kid with close to 700 friends so it's not looking good. I always seem to be behind by about 4 or 5 votes but that still puts me in second place.
If I don't win, I'll probably go with the best deal I can find between the Burton Lexa Tucan and the FLUX bindings.
Here is the link again just incase.. :)
Make sure you're logged into facebook first.
Just click on the link and "LIKE" my picture to vote for me.
Thanks in advance!
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