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Need Advice on Women's Bindings

Hi folks,

I just started riding this past season so I'm developing my first set up. I purchased a K2 Lunatique 138 and I'm looking for some advice on bindings. If it matters, I'm 5'2", 110lbs, will be riding all mountain with a few boxes here and there. I like these:

Ride LXh Snowboard Bindings - Women's - 2010/2011 at REI.com (Ride LXH)

Would these be a good first pair?

Others I'm considering are the Burton Stiletto's (heard bad things though), K2 Auto Agogo (not sure about this strange toe cap), and the Burton Lexa's (is the price worth it for a first pair?).

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Rachael
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Hi folks,

I just started riding this past season so I'm developing my first set up. I purchased a K2 Lunatique 138 and I'm looking for some advice on bindings. If it matters, I'm 5'2", 110lbs, will be riding all mountain with a few boxes here and there. I like these:

Ride LXh Snowboard Bindings - Women's - 2010/2011 at REI.com (Ride LXH)

Would these be a good first pair?

Others I'm considering are the Burton Stiletto's (heard bad things though), K2 Auto Agogo (not sure about this strange toe cap), and the Burton Lexa's (is the price worth it for a first pair?).

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Rachael
I ride the Cinch CTS and the toe cap is really comfortable and functional.Can be a bit finnicky to get it set right but once it is you won't have to mess with it again.Unless you change boots that is.I can't speak to the other ones but the Cinch have worked great for me.
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My girlfriend has that board and it is a good one. Dont go burton they are alrite but not the best. k2 arent to bad if it is only between these three i'd go with the rides. But you should get online and google "rome 390 2012" these would be a good fit for your board (if they are similar to this years) and the color scheme is pretty tight.
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Thanks guys. I decided to go with the K2 Auto Agogo's - K2 Auto Agogo Snowboard Bindings - Women's 2011 | evo woot!

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I lied haha; I went with these instead Ride VXN Snowboard Binding (Women's) | Peter Glenn. They're a step up from the LXh's, but I believe they're last year's model of the VXn's. Anyone know what the difference is between the 2010 and the 2011 VXn's? They seem identical in features to me.

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