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Bindings… Bindings lol

Hey Everyone!

I am trying to pick a pair of bindings for K2 Turbo Dream deck. I don’t know much about what is better and what is “so so”, hence my post here lol. I own Drake King bindings right now and have a feeling there are def better bindings out there.

Please recommend some models that would go well with TD and why ... I am trying to stay within $200 range, but if there something that’s more than that and is really that worth it, please recommend it too.

Thank you and fun riding everyone

P.S. getting in quick is fun, but better comfort, stability and control are more important.
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clickers..... omg so comfy

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K2 Formula, Ride EX, Forum Factions, and Flux TT30 are all in your price range or lower. All can handle your TD. If you don't like any of those and you want that quick entry, try Burton SI's...super fast and probably on sale...
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P.S. getting in quick is fun, but better comfort, stability and control are more important.
Yeh but you should really have to put in the hard work like everyone else. Wining and dining, perhaps a little bit of massage, they like that romantic stuff. That's just how it is
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Yeh but you should really have to put in the hard work like everyone else. Wining and dining, perhaps a little bit of massage, they like that romantic stuff. That's just how it is
lmao! well said!
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Thanks for the options fellas! Got something to decide upon 2night ... lol
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Flux TT30s would be a good choice because they are stable, comfortable and will allow you to be in control. The fit system used for the ankle straps makes for a super comfy ride without any pinching. The Toe Cap fits great with any boot, and the stiffness of the highback will allow you to be in control so you can go outta control. Check em out!
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