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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-10-2011, 02:55 PM
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Yea, I agree. but I think most the NXTs will be sold out within a few weeks. Cuz at least, for the ATSE, I cant find any retail stores near Toronto have them in stock. For the FSE, it seems only the red ones are left and only one store has it in Toronto.

So theoretically, the price will drop, but you cant get it with an on-sale price cuz most stores dont have them anymore.

Am I right?
Pretty much.

Next years come out usually in August/September. So you have a while for the 2011 to become last years gear.

The macro adjustments on the medial side for 2012 are like the Burton tool less adjustments for their straps.

If you've ever seen the underside of a higher end Flow strap there are segmented cushion pockets. For 2012 some of the pockets have gel like is in keyboard wrist supports.

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Pretty much.

Next years come out usually in August/September. So you have a while for the 2011 to become last years gear.

The macro adjustments on the medial side for 2012 are like the Burton tool less adjustments for their straps.

If you've ever seen the underside of a higher end Flow strap there are segmented cushion pockets. For 2012 some of the pockets have gel like is in keyboard wrist supports.
Do you think the gel filed cushion pocket will make the binding less responsive? And the macro adjustment only helps in the binding set up right? After I set up the binding for the board and boot, I will not use the macro adjustment any more or I need to use it anytime I tie up the bindings?
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I don't need the macro on my fse's. They are fine with just the medial corse adjustment. The FSE's are probably the best binding I have ever rode. Just wrote a review in the reviews section. Such a sick binding.
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I don't need the macro on my fse's. They are fine with just the medial corse adjustment. The FSE's are probably the best binding I have ever rode. Just wrote a review in the reviews section. Such a sick binding.
Yea, thats awesome. Hope my ATSE will be as good as yours. I am about to pay now. I will receive it after a week probably because of the shipment.
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