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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-02-2011, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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Cartel EST v Mission EST on 11 Burton Process

Hey guys, I'm just getting back into boarding after a long 5 year break. Ive been reading a lot of these forums about what bindings to buy and still need some advice from you guys. I pretty much do all freeride and stay away from the park. I'd say an intermediate rider. I just picked up 2011 Burton Process from the ski expo in boston last month and I have 32 lashed boots (size 10.5). I am debating between the mission est and the cartel ests. Any reccomendations?

Also, I know the best way to see what size binding to pick is to bring your boots with you when picking bindings. I tried them on my buddys medium freestyles and the straps were a little tight. I am thinking larges now. Thoughts?

Thanks a lot guys. Much appreciated.
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How much do you weigh? The Mission EST will be fine if you are under 190ish...or if you like a little bit more power in your binders go with the Cartel EST. If you are more freeride, I would go Cartel no matter what..I would also suggest a large over a medium unless you know for sure that the straps would extend enough on the mediums to fit your boots.
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Go with the cartels. My previous bindings were the mission, and I have the cartel est now and I love them.
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