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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-06-2011, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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Bindings for K2 Playback

Just want to get some opinions of what would be good biniding for my new K2 Playback. I will be mostly doing all mountain, groomed runs. I was thinking of getting Cartels or Missions for my new board, but I am open to what would be a good match for it.

Does anyone know if the new 2012 non EST Cartels have canted footbed or not? I read that the 2012's have canted footbeds but not sure if it was just on the EST versions. I know Burton sells canted footbeds for the EST versions of the Cartels.

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All the Reflex and EST's come with auto cant now I believe. So softer Eva on the inside and stiffer on the outside. Cants as much as you need it to.

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Thanks for the reply Nivek. So the older 2011 Non EST Cartels do not have Cants then?

I also saw your post in the other thread that you suggested K2 Formula, Uprise and Indy. I am also looking into the K2 Formula and Hurrithane since it is your standard two strap system unlike the Uprise. Have you had good luck with K2 bindings? Thanks Again.
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