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tidylouis 12-05-2012 04:43 PM

Replace my Burton 1.1's
 
New to the forum so first of all, hi everyone!!!

I haven't been boarding as much as I would have liked for the last couple of years (only a couple of weeks in total) however circumstances mean I can now board again.

As for style: an expert level who enjoys charging the mountain, bit a buttering, jumps etc. I am not a park rat lol. Burton Ion boots.

Previously using P1.1's and absolutely loved them but have snapped the toe strap so looking to get some new bindings. They were on the 2010 ride society.

I am also looking at replacing my board as its a little too stiff for me now (more casual) for possible a Burton Custom so sorry in advance as there will probably be another thread soon on helping me find a new snowboard so may appear like i'm spamming lol

So looking at Burton EST bindings but I can't find P1.1's out there any more so what is the replacement?

Thanks :)

Bayoh 12-05-2012 11:18 PM

I'm sorry, but I can't remember what kind of binding the P1.1's were suited for. They got rid of them last year I think? I'm gonna guess they were on the stiffer side though from your description.

For all-round mountain take a look at the Cartels. Lots of people like 'em and are a good go-to binding. I myself was looking at them for a time.

phony_stark 12-05-2012 11:34 PM

Try to find some prophecy bindings, (if you can) they're supposed to be the spiritual successor to the P1.1s

Supra 12-05-2012 11:38 PM

take your pic of cartels, malavitas and genesis. Genesis will be the most comfy, which is what the p1.1's were back then.
Don't get the est versions because that will limit your board choice to just Burton. If you ever feel like you want to jump on your ride again, you won't be able to


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