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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-06-2011, 06:11 AM Thread Starter
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Flow m9 vs m9 se

I was at my local shop looking at the m9 se when the store clerk showed me the regular m9 but i told him i want the highback that the se has. He said yeah it's a nice highback but it isn't 60 dollars more value. He was selling the regular m9 for 199!and the se for the the normal price of 260. so other than the urethane highback what is the difference between the two?
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The urethane upper section on the SE has much more give than the normal M9. The SE also has an aluminum heelcup which has less give than the M9 in the lower section.

The SE also has tool-less adjustment on the inner two ladders of the bindings like traditional bindings. This means you set the inner straps, then strap the cap on your boot like a traditional binding and you're all set up. You can use this same method with the inner two mini-ratchets as well though on the normal M9.

Personally, I like the highback and the tool-less adjustment on the inner two ladders on the SE version more than the regular 9.

Is it worth the $60 premium? That's entirely up to you.


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I have a pair of M9's for sale if you are interested. I have only used them about 20 days max. They are in great shape. PM me if you are interested.
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