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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Bindings to go with my board?

I have a Burton Blunt 2011 and my friend can get me any binding I want (no matter how expensive) because he works at a ski shop. My question for you guys is this: What's the best, coolest, AWESOME-EST bindings you've seen that could go good with my board? I like big ones, that have a lot going. I used to have Burton Customs, but that's too plain. I need something better. Post pictures or the names of bindings you'd think would go good with my board.


(Those are the bindings I had, and I didn't really like them. $150, and were slow, and didn't look good.)

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 08:48 PM
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good luck fitting some est bindings on your blunt
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I'm usually just on the mountain riding trails, but this year, I'll be more in the park. But it really doesn't matter. And not to sound like a tool, but that is pretty much what I'm looking for; a good set of bindings that's an eye-pleasing, and also won't give me any problems on the mountain.
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I realize you may just have meant "most awesome"

and why don't you do some research for yourself, find something that fits your riding style.

we aren't going to pick for you. and since it sounds like all you care about are 'looks' find something that looks good to you.


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^ ok, that helps a little more

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Just trying to get ideas... This is a forum isn't it...?
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