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Ebay bargain.

Found these triad's in medium for sale. How do i know i can trust the seller? Would you guys?
Link : 09 Burton Triad Bindings M/L | eBay

I would seriously apriciate if someone didnt buy this
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May not be that great of a deal. Seller is charging $25 shipping and you don't know those hat the reserve is. I picked up a pair of Triads locally last year in like new condition for $40.

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well im from canada, so idk? Want to send me those triads. I know 2009 was when burton made sick bindings... They still do, but good old burton binders were a blast. Im going to get them, and if he scams me or something, ill go see him in person.
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Wait, it says M/L?!? Which size is that? Is that medium or large?
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Well i bought them, what do you guys think of this binders on a billy goat 162?
I heard they are not as stiff as cartels but how would they compare to missions? And do they really break? would burton still replace? for money?
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I think they'd be a good fit.

They're kind of a weird binding. The base seems a lot stiffer than the highback. They seem like a freeride base with a freestyle binding.

Overall, I like them well enough for $40. They're comfy and responsive enough on my NS Heritage. I'll eventually replace them with some Flux SF45s.

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