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Brinstakilla 10-26-2012 03:16 PM

Binding Help please!
 
I just bought a K2 WWW 2012 158cm Wide. I have 2013 Darko snowboarding boots. I was wondering what binding would be best for me? Im 160 lbs, 6'2", and of course I bomb a couple of hills, but this year I plan on getting a little more into Jibbing and jumps. More jibbing than jumps though, and the jumps wont be too big (15ish feet max?). It will be my 3rd year on a board, and my second year in park. I was looking at the Hurrithanes, but I noticed that its kind of hard to unstrap them when tight around my boot. What should I get if not the Hurrithanes? (Under 200 dollars please!)
Thanks!

Clayton Bigsby 10-26-2012 06:17 PM

I'd check Craigslist, my favorite bindings are the Triads from Burton and I recently found a brand new set on CL for $50 FIFTY BUCKS, the guy had no clue what he had and he bought the EST's version without knowing that they wouldn't fit on his 4 hole pattern (Dah)

dominic252 10-27-2012 03:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Clayton Bigsby (Post 531579)
I'd check Craigslist, my favorite bindings are the Triads from Burton and I recently found a brand new set on CL for $50 FIFTY BUCKS, the guy had no clue what he had and he bought the EST's version without knowing that they wouldn't fit on his 4 hole pattern (Dah)

Awesome deal!

OP, it sounds like you'd benefit a lot from a mid flex binding. I've seen a lot of people recommend the Flux TT30 for the same situation you're in. Also Burton Missions would be good too


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