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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-04-2011, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Advice needed on some new bindings


I am looking at getting some new bindings and wondered if anyone could offer me some advice.

I have been boarding for 4 weeks in total, and will now try to go for a 3 weeks each season, with a few trips to the snowdome in the summer. Spend a lot of our time crusing round Blues and Reds, playing (trying to) off the sides of the pistes. Little bit of offpiste and I would say an hour or two in the park per day (although I only started doing this on my third weeks boarding).

I currently have Burton Customs, but the Toe Cap is extemely annoying and always slips off. From other threads, I see that this is only a problem for the cheaper Burton Bindings.

I have just bought a Palmer Pulse, with a Hybrid Camber (Camber between feet, and Rocker at tip & tail).

Want a binding that is going to be comfy, and good for all mountain use but sided towards freestyle/park as I want to start trying out more tricks.
I wondered what people would recommend from the below....or any other suggestions? Not sure if some of them are too stiff for the amount of experience I have...

Ride Delta MVMNT
Ride EX
Union Contact
Union Flight
Burton Cartel
Burton Malavita

Any advice would be good cheers,

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You want a mid to mid-stiff binding.

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