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Good bindings, great price

Hi, I'm looking for bindings for me ( size M/L, Arbor Draft 153) and my girlfriend ( Palmer 143, size XS/S). I'd like to buy a good bindings in great price in US. Where can I find the best offert?? I've got max. 125$ for each pair of bindings Can You help me?? Thanks LOL
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just search online for 2010/2011 clearance stuff. For $125 you can probably find a pair of K2 Indys or Formulas which i think would fit the bill for you. Good bindings for the price...formulas being a bit stiffer. NOt sure about womens bindings as I dont have experience in that area
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K2 Indy's, K2 Cassetes. For a budget that's really the best.

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My Union Flites were about that price. They're mighty fine bindings that serve their purpose well.

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I'm not sure if they still had the RX last year (they don't now for sure), but it was a slightly beefed up EX that should be cheap if they still made it. The Ride EX is also a pretty good do-it-all bindings if you like aluminum. Not gonna lie, they're a no frills option, but they've worked well so far for me.

Otherwise, some K2 Indy's or possibly Formulas/Auto Uprises at some places should do the trick. The Formulas and Auto Uprises should just squeeze into your budget if they have them from last year.

Might want to make sure you take your girlfriend's bindings boots in to make sure they'll fit well with male bindings. There probably shouldn't be much (if almost any) difference, but it's always better to make sure.

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Thanks for quick reply I've seen K2 bindings - maybe some of You could give me some link to sale or cleareance I'm still waiting for other ideas
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Wait, did you just use google to find out some information?

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I did. All the kids are doing it these days.
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I did. All the kids are doing it these days.
Sadly, this statement is incorrect.

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