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2012 Burton iode??

Just got off the line with rider support trying to get a gettagrip strap for my 2010 c60s. The rep said if I like super stiff super lightweight bindings then keep an eye out for the iode. He said it is their lightest binding ever. Even lighter than the all carbon x of 1998. Does anyone have more info/details or pics now that SIA is over???
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Just got off the line with rider support trying to get a gettagrip strap for my 2010 c60s. The rep said if I like super stiff super lightweight bindings then keep an eye out for the iode. He said it is their lightest binding ever. Even lighter than the all carbon x of 1998. Does anyone have more info/details or pics now that SIA is over???
Diode..

I'll find you pics.

http://broblog.snowbroader.eu/2011/0...2012-bindings/

there ya go - third one down, right after the new Malavita
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