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Canting hurts the inside of my knees after long days and I don't like how it feels when pressing. Definitely like my Raidens Phantoms better than any binding i've been on.
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I agree. I had Ride Delta bindings with the wedgie footbed (2.5 cant I think) and didn't notice much at all with them. With my Raiden Zero bindings, my feet feel more comfortable/natural in their position and the airbags do a pretty good job at cushioning big jumps and when you hit the lip on medium sized jumps.
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How is the the durability on the raiden bindings?
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How is the the durability on the raiden bindings?
For me it's been pretty good. One of my toe straps started to come apart at the seam, but I contacted Nitro right away and they sent me two new pairs of straps right away. I haven't had to switch them out yet, I'm just keeping them as spares. Other than that they've held up great. Just a little bit of paint chipping on one of the highbacks but i'm pretty sure most bindings get like that after a while. Also, Raiden has a two year warranty on their bindings where it seems like a lot of other companies only have a one year warranty. So that's a really big plus for me.
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