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Old 02-19-2013, 09:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'd buy them from dogfunk and if they didn't work out they'll take them back anytime.
+1 to that i freaking love the funk!

But sadly it seems like the dmcc it out of stock....DAMN!
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Old 02-19-2013, 09:50 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Interesting, I'm looking at both these bindings right now and tempted by the DMCC but worried they won't be responsive enough for the likes of the highlife. I was thinking the SF45 would have been the more obvious option from flux.

What boots do you wear with the DMCC? I also heard with reduced footprint boots the fit with the flux can seem a little loose at the sides...they look awesome though. I'd buy them from dogfunk and if they didn't work out they'll take them back anytime.
I am riding the DMCC Light's Size medium with Ride RFL Spd's Size 9.
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+1 to that i freaking love the funk!
Then you're an idiot.

Dogfunk only puts small shops out of business.

Go to your local shop and talk to someone. Service goes a long way.
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:13 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Then you're an idiot.

Dogfunk only puts small shops out of business.

Go to your local shop and talk to someone. Service goes a long way.
To each their own buddy. The rep I go to always offers excellent service and gear suggestions and on top of that he hooks me up with an extra discount off the retail price. I'll only shop from companies that will fully guarantee and stand behind the products they sell even when the product supplier themselves will not. Will the local shop you buy from allow you to return a product that you are not 100% satisfied with even after its been used? Will your local shop do a price match guarantee? Maybe you got wads of clash to blow but I dont wanna be sitting on gear that I wont use
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Then you're an idiot.

Dogfunk only puts small shops out of business.

Go to your local shop and talk to someone. Service goes a long way.
I agree with you but sadly my local has burton and Rome and that's it. If I could find a local with k2, ride or flux I'd be all over it. The only one that comes close is REI and I might as well look online than go there...
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