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bindings for my ride machete!

I ride about 40% groomers 15% park 25% off groom powder and 20% powder finding random jumps etc.

I'm trying to find some bindings that will do this board justice! Some good "all mountain" bindings! Thanks!
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I would go with some Burton Mission bindings..Fairly cheap, I saw a pair on whiskeymilitia.com a few days ago for $99. They are a good all mountain binding as well, Anything from park to pow
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I would go with some Burton Mission bindings..Fairly cheap, I saw a pair on whiskeymilitia.com a few days ago for $99. They are a good all mountain binding as well, Anything from park to pow
wow haven't heard of these theyre 99 on burton website so 99 is a hell of a deal ima look into them

edit: high backs on the missions worry me they seem huge?

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The high backs are fine, I've used the binding in seasons past
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The high backs are fine, I've used the binding in seasons past
are the bindings light?
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are the bindings light?
exactly weight in a big concern with bindings like that
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I've never used some high backs like this what r some differences I can expect?
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any other suggestions?
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any other suggestions?
just found a pair of bindings that i might want to buy. Burton Cartels. supposedly the most used binding ever. and they're suppose to be great!
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