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Hi there everyone!

A 25 years old guy from Spain loving snowboarding with 1 of experience right here

Christmas is around the corner and it's time to renew my boots, bindings and board! Yay!

That's what I have in mind for all mountain and freestyle:

**Board - Lib Tech Attack Banana or Lib Tech TRS: Total Ripper Series

**Bindings - Burton Malavita Re:Flex

**Boots - Burton Ion

Am I going to have any problem with the compatibility between the board and the bindings? I would love to pick the EST system bindings but I think there is no way to fit it into a Lib Tech board. Am I right?

Thanks!
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you have to get a burton board to use the est system
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Look for a pair of Burton Co2 bindings, TRS is excellent- I have full faith in Lib, I've had 5 decks from them and everyone is a champ. Ions are also a killer boot although I had a pair of 09/10 and had to warranty them twice because of the plastic lace insert in the lower zone busting out, they did send me a 10/11 pair on my second warranty but the point is that it's a $400 boot and they should hold up way better than that. Outside of Burton Bindings and AK gear I avoid them.
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Thanks guys!
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i have Ions and i love them...

is there a similar boot in other brand?

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