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Burton cO2 vs Burton Prophecy

I've been looking at both of these and like the eva pad on the bottom. I've got a banana magic on the way to put them on, will be doing an all mountain setup basically. I've considered the ride spi, ride double agent, and rome targas as well. I don't mind buying burton for the big name haters, comfort is a huge factor me. Especially since the last board I rented (this is my first personally owned board) the bindings just absolutely crushed my feet and if I loosened them up I didn't have the control I wanted.
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CO2's are a 45% glass base and Prophecies are 30%. Prophecies are designed as a high end freestyle bindings or a freeride binding for lighter guys.

Maybe also try K2 Drones, Raiden Phantoms, or Flow NXT-ATSE or FSE's.

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Can't go wrong with Cartels either....most comfortable bindings I've ever used (Im a big guy. Maybe not as light as the CO2's or the Prophecy's but tremendously solid for a significant discount (if they work for Kazuhiro, they sure as heck work for me).
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I own CO2s and Cartels and I spent today riding Prophecies on a variety of Burton demo boards. The Prophecies were very comfortable and responsive, felt a lot like the CO2 but maybe just a little softer. I think they would be great for an all mountain setup, I really liked riding them on a Custom X.
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I own CO2s and Cartels and I spent today riding Prophecies on a variety of Burton demo boards. The Prophecies were very comfortable and responsive, felt a lot like the CO2 but maybe just a little softer. I think they would be great for an all mountain setup, I really liked riding them on a Custom X.
Thanks bro, I think I'll go for them.
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