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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-25-2011, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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bindings for never summer premier

I bought a NS premier last week. I installed the burton custom bindings from my previous board (burton deuce) and went riding

I'm no expert but the bindings felt way to soft for the board. The toe straps would loosen halfway down the hill and the highbacks seems to flex way before the the edge of the board starts moving.

I'm looking at the rome targas and flow nxt series and im wondering what else i should consider.

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the targa would be a good choice, as well as rides freeride bindings the, double agent or spi. Union Force MC if you want to spend some money

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I have Targas on mine, and they work out really well.
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i got rome arsenals on mie...good combo
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When I had a Premier, I rode it with Rome Targas. Good match.
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pick any binding company, find their most high end stiff binding and your looking at what would be suited on the premier...there's your answer.

Targa, C60 or CO2, DMCC etc etc etc

Now do your own investigation into what product you would like to get, buy it...,


then go forth and shred

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I have an NS Titan with Flow NXT FRXs, Flow's stiffest bindings. It's a match made in heaven...wicked fast, insane response. Like the previous poster said, get the stiffest bindings you can find if you really want to get the most out of that board.
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K2 Auto Evers on my Premier. It seems a good match.
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thanks

I had the chance to try a 2011 burton custom x with c02 bindings at tremblant a few days ago and I think Im going to buy the non est version and install them on my premier.
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