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From what I read, thegoodride has no love for k2. I based my choices off user reviews on forums like this. I didn't come across anything saying k2 bindings destroy topsheets.

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Any base plate that's mounted so tight will damage your board and give you that "ring" look.

I am wondering about the ringed thing you are talking about. My old board has a visible ring, but it looks like something left from the bindings being there for so long. It doesn't look indented at all. I am assuming the ring thing you are talking about is something different?
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From what I read, thegoodride has no love for k2. I based my choices off user reviews on forums like this. I didn't come across anything saying k2 bindings destroy topsheets.




I am wondering about the ringed thing you are talking about. My old board has a visible ring, but it looks like something left from the bindings being there for so long. It doesn't look indented at all. I am assuming the ring thing you are talking about is something different?
There's two types just dirt or faded rings on the top sheet just from the bindings being on for a long period which will most likely happen. But the rings i'm talking about are actual indents you can feel from the stress of it being mounted so tight.
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