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Easiest bindings to get in and out of?

So i just picked up a Sierra Stunt 159 Wide and now need to get some bindings. My biggest beef with bindings is always having to flop down to put them on or try to balance standing up. I defiantly do not want any step in or click in bindings since i do not have the boots to use with them. I just wanted to see if there are any recommendations on what to go with for this new reverse camber board. I had the same burton balance board with burton bindings now for 7 years so im thinking that almost any binding will be better then what im currently riding.
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Do you have health issues that make it uncomfortable for you to get into traditional bindings, or are you just being an american cry baby?

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If you're just being a baby, Flow's aren't going to plug your tears. You still have to bend over to get into them.

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Do you have health issues that make it uncomfortable for you to get into traditional bindings, or are you just being an american cry baby?
Lol.

Ok, come on, 1st post. Be nice!

Hmm, but I do agree to a point. Learn how to strap in like (nearly) everybody else.
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do your boots look like this?


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Man, you guys are assholes

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I was actually looking at flow's, might go this route or just pick some thing that looks decent and is not too much $. like i said my bindings are 7 years old so any thing new should be a huge change to me.
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Man, you guys are assholes

nofronts won't even come back to ask anything else if you carry on like that!
its all good :forums:
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You got it right there!
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