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Putting non-EST bindings on Burton's ICS system.

I have heard a few times here and there that doing this is kind of a "why would you do that?" type thing, I just don't understand what I'm losing if I decide to go that route. The reason im asking is a couple of flux/union bindings have really caught my eye, and I know they have adapter plates for the ICS system. So if anybody could explain what it is I'm missing out on by doing that that would be awesome!

And also- a side question- those flux dmcc light bindings in the giveaway on top of this thread really caughty eye, until I saw they were 350 bucks, what would I get by going to those bindings over say, the Flux SF-45s?

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I have heard a few times here and there that doing this is kind of a "why would you do that?" type thing, I just don't understand what I'm losing if I decide to go that route. The reason im asking is a couple of flux/union bindings have really caught my eye, and I know they have adapter plates for the ICS system. So if anybody could explain what it is I'm missing out on by doing that that would be awesome!

And also- a side question- those flux dmcc light bindings in the giveaway on top of this thread really caughty eye, until I saw they were 350 bucks, what would I get by going to those bindings over say, the Flux SF-45s?

Thanks!
its because if u already have the ics system y not take advantage of that and use est bindings ? its like letting the ics system go to waste ? the ics works really well with est bindings for maximum feel according to burton and more flex...
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