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k2 bindings?

Hey guys, quick question. I've been looking for bindings for a little while now to match up decently to my DH2. I was wondering how well k2 Formulas or Indys would match up with a DH2? I'm on a bit of a budget and since Canadiankite posted the k2 discount at Sportchek thread, I've been trying to figure out if it'd be worth it to go with k2. Any opinions/feedback appreciated!
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Formulas should be fine.

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go with the indy it's last years formula minus the hinged strap. The new formula is designed more for hard charging.


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go with the indy it's last years formula minus the hinged strap. The new formula is designed more for hard charging.
This. Though if you don't intend on riding park much, or at all, then the Formulas will match up well.

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I don't really intend on riding park, although I'd like to get into it a little bit. I'd rather just mess around on the mountain itself to be honest. Thanks for the input guys, I appreciate it!
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I am ordering the 2011 Formula bindings in a bit
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