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DC PBJ - Bindings?

Hey guys,

My buddy just picked up a DC PBJ 153 board from Whiskey for a pretty sick deal.

Currently he rides a 158 Burton Custom V-Rocker with Exile EST bindings and besides being a tad long for him, he likes it. But he needs non EST bindings;

He wants to use the PBJ to ride park and across the whole mountain. I have a pair of 2012 Raiden Zero bindings with one day on them I'd sell him for around $100 but he thinks they may be a little too soft to ride everywhere.

Would the Zero's be a good match on the PBJ to ride 60% Park and 40% AM?

he wont find new bindings for good cheaper than ~$100 and i told him that the Zero's would be sick on that board, I think he needs others reassurance lol

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PBJ is a soft. Board. Getting stiffer bindings will only do so much. Zeros are a great match for that deck.

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PBJ is a soft. Board. Getting stiffer bindings will only do so much. Zeros are a great match for that deck.
Thanks Nivek, I was hoping you'd chime in

He wants to pick up a pair of phantoms or 390s for his AllMountain deck, which will be coming soon as well I'd imagine.
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