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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-31-2010, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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Which manufacturers make canted bindings?

These are the manufacturers I know of that offer a canted binding:

- Ride
- K2
- Rome
- Burton
- Nitro
- Catek

Who else?

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I compiled a list a few months back as well and those are the only companies I came up with as well.
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I compiled a list a few months back as well and those are the only companies I came up with as well.
Cool, thanks.
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which burton bindings are canted?
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I was referring to the baseplate, not the highback. Are your baseplates canted?
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I was referring to the baseplate, not the highback. Are your baseplates canted?
There is an aftermarket EST footbed that is canted that you can buy for burton bindings. I dont believe they have any canted non-EST bindings. In any event i dont use them so I am not an expert.
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I was referring to the baseplate, not the highback. Are your baseplates canted?
I don't think so
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Put Catek in list =)
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There is an aftermarket EST footbed that is canted that you can buy for burton bindings. I dont believe they have any canted non-EST bindings. In any event i dont use them so I am not an expert.
The Cartel reFlex has the Auto Cant. Softer foam in the inside of your feet so the footbed cants as much as you need it to up to a certain point.

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