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bindings for lib tech travis rice 164

hey guys sorry for another thread about bindings but i have no idea what works with my 2010 lib tech trice. idk anything about bindings. i ride everything, but mostly tress and grooms but i hit the park maybe about 15% of the time. the bord isnt very flexeble at all if that helps. im wanting bindings with the strap at goes over the front of my boots. i wear size 12 but the boots are pretty light. also trying to keep it under 200, thanks
o and iv been rideing some cheap mission six bindings from big 5 for the last years with no problems about 21 days.
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I have the Lib tech Travis Rice pro 164,5 and I ride it with Burton Cartel bindings... which seems to be most common combination for this board.
The Burton Cartels have a stiffness 7/10 on the Burton scale, but compared with other brands it seems it isnīt that stiff. A nice pairing with the board for what you use it for imo.
But it breaks the 200 barrier with a few bucks.
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thanks, just took a look at them and they look really nice. ill be going to my local shop this week to look at some and ill for sure look at these.
on a side not how do u like the trice. i just bought this one from a guy on here for 250. i have yet to ride it or a lib tech board in general. thanks agian.
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I'm riding the 2011-2012 Cartels on my 2010-2011 T.Rice, they're great together
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Travis Rice rides the burton cartel bindings, that should say something.
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x3 for the cartels
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Bad news guys. They were sold out of cartels and I didn't wanna wait a week. So I got the second best burton mission. So what I thing? Or should I return and get cartels.

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i rode a 2011 t rice with 2011 rome targas. matching color, but more importantly they are meant for similar types of riding so they work great as a pair. im selling my barely used 2011 targas in L/XL for $170 shipped:

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/buy...ch-t-rice.html


let me know if that interests u! like i said theyre a great fit for a t rice, im sure ull love em.

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Bad news guys. They were sold out of cartels and I didn't wanna wait a week. So I got the second best burton mission. So what I thing? Or should I return and get cartels.
IMO the Missions are one of the worst pair of bindings I've ever ridden in my entire life.

I'd recommend Ride Capo, Rome Targa, Burton Cartel, or Flux SF45 among others.

BTW, 509 area code, right? So you're on the east side of the state? Where do you ride?
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They seem very havey. Should o return and give 30 more for the cartels? I have a season pass at bluewood but I also ride at white pass.
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