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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-14-2013, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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Need help choosing bindings

My friend is letting me have his old 2009 Forum Seeker but need to get my own bindings. How much will I need to spend to get decent quality if I ride only about 2-3 times a year? Less is better since I can't buy my own board anyhow, but what's recommended? I have size 9 Salomon boots.
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Most places online are starting to have their sale prices soon. I would say for a good pair of bindings you would be looking at spending around $150. Check out geartrade.com, they have some really cheap deals on bindings. There is also sites like whiskymilitia and seshday that always have awesome deals.
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REI, evo and dog funk are also good places to check for "outlet" deals. There is some really good deals that are gonna start to pop up all over
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$20-80 . Below that it is not worth someone's time to sell. I sold cinch cts bindings for $60 a pair last December on Craigslist. If you spend more than that just rent, and save you money for a year. I see a pair of flows on cl for $20 in seal beach ca, if I was closer I'd pick em up for you, and they'd cost $20 just to ship.
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Thanks for the recommendations. I'll look into those sites. BTW is Zuma a pretty decent brand? I only ride downhill, no tricks in my old age unless I want to be sore for a week.
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