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what bindings would go great with the technine icon board

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what bindings would go great with the technine icon board
Team Thompson if you want to stick T9. Many other options that will work well.





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BA rode the shit out of the Elements. He actually really liked them. Wings on the inside. And that is one of the best boards for under $350. Technine is really focusing on that price range so their stuff in it is well thought out. It will make a great board to thrash.

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I was going to get the Icon Marley and Elements Scrub Hook Rasta. I think that setup would work pretty well.
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i want this board and want some good bindings. but concerned because i cant find stores that sell them to get sizing. i usually wear a 9-10 boot and dont know what to get. whats a good size binding

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It depends on what brand and even which binding you are going to get. Sizing isn't universal. Each brand has their own sizing schedule.

Rome has two size schemes, for example.
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thats helpful advice. do you think that a large binding would work. online most companies have s/m as 6-8 to 6-9. but im looking to spend around 150$ for a set

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Get your boots first because they are the most important aspect of your gear. They need to fit as perfect as possible. Then pick a binding based on the style of riding you do and what features you like. Once you know that, you'll know what size you need. I don't know what else to say.
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you dont need to say more. i appreciate the help. again thanks alot for the helpful info

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