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bindings for flow era

My m9s are dead so i need a new set of bindings for my flow era. my local shop has some k2s and raidens available.

They have zeros, pushers and wizards. Im guessing the pushers and wizards are not good options but i am just guessing at that. Do the zeros have canted beds?

From k2 they have, formulas and companies.

I ride park on this board and some all mountain. I ride some boxes and might hit some rails but i am not getting super jibby. I enjoy jumps more.

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Depends. I love Zero's but they are a bit more of a skatey feel when it comes to jumps. The Closest thing to your M9's is probably Formulas but if it were me on an Era I'd get Zero's. Or M9se's...

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thanks,

would you take phantoms over the zeros?
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just read the AS review of the k2 company and it says they have a higher high back and i think i would like this due to my long legs. Is it enough to be noticeable or is it pretty close to the zeros?
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no think Burton Skyback high. Its one of the taller highbacks. I think its the same size as the one on the Formula. The Companies are really best suited for freeride boards or dudes with bad knees.

Yes Phantoms. All the time Phantoms.

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thx for the info, i will check out the high backs when i go to the store and see if they are a big difference.

i think i am to cheap to get the phantoms as i would have to order them from either the usa or another province that has higher taxes and costly shipping.
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Fair enough. But they are one of the best bindings I've ever been in.

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Dahhhhhh fine, they are back in the running.
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bought the phantoms.

i guess if i ask for advice i should take it.
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