Originally Posted by readimag
I own the now ipo's and the holograms and both are good at what they do. In the park the halograms just own and allow for all that side to side flex you want but are still stiff edge to edge. If I am off trail I like my ipo's more as it has that longboard skate feel for me. I ride the holograms on my evo and the nows on my heritage and blacklist and could not be happier with both bindings. That being said if you hate have that lose feeling in your bindings normally you will not like both of these bindings.
I guess i don't hate anything, in particular. I don't know enough, haven't ridden anything else. I actually like the idea of some movement tip to tail. Would it be out of line to ask a shop to stick a pair on a board to see how they move? They look at my greybeard with enough disdain as it is...