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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-16-2010, 01:15 PM Thread Starter
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First time buying bindings

So I've rented lots over the years. Why I waited so long to buy a board is beyond me. But I've read lots of peoples opinions on different bindings and such. But I'm a little questioned on what I should buy. I just picked up a new Ride Antic 160 board. I'm a fairly large guy at 6'3" and weighing 250lbs. I was looking at just getting a pair of Ride LX bindings, as they look fairly durable and are reasonably priced. I got a pair of Burton boots that were hardly used given to me. So that was a bonus!

Any opinions on those bindings? Would they hold up a season due to my size? I just ride mountain, and don't do any park riding. I would only consider myself an improved beginner. So any opinions are appreciated.

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Well couldn't get the Ride bindings and ended up with a set of K2 Mach 2 bindings. Guess I will see if they are any good. They look nice but that doesn't mean they will be.
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