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From what I took away he ran over them with a car.
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Bump any suggestion on a high quality park friendly binding that has cants? Know boards but bindings are kind of a blind spot for me. The Now IPO seem cool but think I want to wait till they have a little more history.

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Look into Rome 390 Boss. Great for park while still maintaining great response. And they have canting. I used to have burton customs (2009), then got 390 Boss (2012), probably one of the best decisions I ever made.

Also you could probably find a pair of last years model for around 100-150$ online. Solid binding.
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What broke? And how? B bindings are fairly durable
Agreed the B binding are solid but when your bud after a few beers accidenatialy runs over your backpack with your cartels in them they break. All but the straps. Shit happens. I have C-60 to hold me over but they don't really work with park boards very well.
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Agreed the B binding are solid but when your bud after a few beers accidenatialy runs over your backpack with your cartels in them they break. All but the straps. Shit happens. I have C-60 to hold me over but they don't really work with park boards very well.
So, warranty is unlikely....


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So, warranty is unlikely....
If Stone brew company is willing.

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1. Rome 390 boss
2. K2 Hurrethanes
3. Salomon holograms



Intrigued with Now ipo but just rather wait a year or two but got gear up now.
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