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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-14-2011, 09:14 AM Thread Starter
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Gnu Choice Bindings

Has anybody ridden the Gnu Choice Bindings? I like easy in easy out features but wonder how they will hold up specifically in the park. Anything you know about how they fit or feel would be great. Thanks
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got them specifically for that this year.

problem is that i stilll havent been out since this damn weather blows.

i'm pretty excited though. i mounted them and they seem pretty legit. light and pretty well built i must say. the easy in easy out tec is pretty awesome with the auto ankle release. nice feature

go check em out somewhere if you can.

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Anyone have updates about Quality, Response, Durability?
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I have the 2012 Choice, all around they are pretty solid.

I do have a few issues with them though - First is that the toe strap likes to move around no matter what I do or how tight it is (only for my rear foot). They do have the cups at the top but it doesn't seem to help much.

They are pretty responsive from what I can tell but a bit on the heavy side.

I have had the locks on the highback come off a couple of times causing my foot to release mid riding.

Over time the quick release on the heel/ankle area starts to seize up and needs a bit of a coaxing to open (not much though). Pretty much just picking out anything I can at this point.

Everything else is still in good condition - the colour on the toe straps wears away pretty fast though.

These are by far easier to get in/out of compared with flows.

As for going in the park - I think there are much better alternatives tbh. The others here will be able to guide you better with this.

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