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Well worth it!

I replaced all my burton bindings with these.

The response is great and honestly they are more comfortable.

No picture no tell bro!!! Muhahahahaha me need some eye candies
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No picture no tell bro!!! Muhahahahaha me need some eye candies
My gear is up at the mountain when I go back on friday I'll take some photos.

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Try this trick and spin it, yeah
Your head will collapse
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I forgot I had this one.

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I forgot I had this one.
One doesn't simply forgot a jones carbon....

Jk, but this setup is soooo nice
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Does the lack of canting adversely affect the comfort of these bindings?
I guess the kingpin is sort of like a foward-back cant, but it has no lateral canting.

Also, how are weight of these things?
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Does the lack of canting adversely affect the comfort of these bindings?
I guess the kingpin is sort of like a foward-back cant, but it has no lateral canting.

Also, how are weight of these things?
I think canting is too big of a hype to some extend, I have union asadachi and rome 390 boss, and I don't miss the canting that bad on the unions. One way i found out is to put some snows on the union and with your foot step onto it and it creats a nice ghetto canting which fits super good with my k2 t1db
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Does the lack of canting adversely affect the comfort of these bindings?
I guess the kingpin is sort of like a foward-back cant, but it has no lateral canting.

Also, how are weight of these things?
I don't think you will miss the canting. The IPO has a thick pad that will deform under pressure.

Regarding weight: I played with them at Buckman's (King of Prussia, PA) and they were light. If I had removed the highback, it would have been even lighter.
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