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opinion on women's bindings

Hey guys,

I am trying to figure out what kind of bindings to get. I currently have a 2011 Gnu b-street and Burton stiletto's from 2009. I ride 50% park and 50% mountain usually. I need a little bit of everything but there is so many companies out there it's tough to make a choice. I need bindings that are medium flex. What would be the best choice?
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My daughter's current favorite is the Burton Lexa, she has three pairs. She rides a mix of park and all mountain.
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Ride Bandita Contraband Snowboard Binding - Women's from Dogfunk.com

Those seem to be an extremely good deal...I'm guessing their last years binding?

Once I adjust them for my current boot, can I re-adjust them if I buy a new boot?
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That is a sick deal for some sick bindings. I wish I could get some new contrabands for that. You can adjust them as many times as you want.


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daughter like her rome madison's....take your boots with you and whatevar fits, feels comfortable and easy to get in/out of....working the straps and ratchets.


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I LOVE my Ride DVa's! DVa Bindings | All Mountain Freestyle | Ride Snowboards. I can't speak to how they perform in the park though, because I don't do park riding.
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She ended up getting those contrabands, for 66 bux and free shipping, you can't beat that.
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My daughter's current favorite is the Burton Lexa, she has three pairs. She rides a mix of park and all mountain.
I just bought these last month and love them! They fit great, are comfortable, and flexible.
Great for intermediate to advanced riders. I ride all mountain and occasional parks stuff.
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I had the stilletos before too. went with flux GU30s this year and couldn't be happier.
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