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best bindings to accommodate a DH2

whats your honest opinons....

just curious on whats out there
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It depends on what you like and type of riding you're into. Personally I'd throw a pair of Ride Alphas on there. Ride Deltas or Rome 390 Boss if you're into a bit more park riding.
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Deltas, Alphas, K2 Drones, Flux DS45's or SF45's, Flow NXT-ATSE, or Rome 390 boss.

If it were mine I'd probably put Deltas on it.

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It depends on what you like and type of riding you're into. Personally I'd throw a pair of Ride Alphas on there. Ride Deltas or Rome 390 Boss if you're into a bit more park riding.
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Deltas, Alphas, K2 Drones, Flux DS45's or SF45's, Flow NXT-ATSE, or Rome 390 boss.

If it were mine I'd probably put Deltas on it.
seems like the deltas are in the lead. followed by the 390's.

You think that burton p1.1 bindings would be a good choice?

i mostly freestyle and hit 15 footers. no big deal really.
not so much park either but i do jib also
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I actually prefer the SPI's on the DH2. I rode it with both the Delta and SPI. It's a stiff board and the stiff SPI was gooood.

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I use SPi's on my DH2.4 and am happy with them. The camber is different, but the stiffness of the board is about the same as the regular DH2's. I don't do park, however.
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2.4's are stiffer than 2's.

I really liked P1.1's. My favorite Burton ever. Though with only a 30% glass base I think they'll be too soft side to side for the DH2.

I still think Deltas. Second would be NXT-ATSE.

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2.4's are stiffer than 2's.

I really liked P1.1's. My favorite Burton ever. Though with only a 30% glass base I think they'll be too soft side to side for the DH2.

I still think Deltas. Second would be NXT-ATSE.
Same here. rode my friends board with the red p1.1's and i fell in love. but i was worried that it was to soft.

im still up in the air on the bindings i want.
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Same here. rode my friends board with the red p1.1's and i fell in love. but i was worried that it was to soft.

im still up in the air on the bindings i want.
i went with the p1.1s haha we will see haha
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Personally I'd throw a pair of Ride Alphas on there. Ride Deltas or Rome 390 Boss if you're into a bit more park riding.
Have you heard any reports about ladder strap or ratchet problems with the Alphas or Deltas? I'm also considering them for a DH2.
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