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Old 03-08-2013, 01:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't know much about bindings and need suggestions for a new pair. I think I'm an intermediate rider. I'm looking for bindings that are good for all mountain and park. I haven't bought my board yet but I'm probably getting the NS Infinity.

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idk...but last time I looked and got my daughter's....Rome Madison's were at the top of the list.
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Yeah I see those bindings mentioned on a few forums. I also see Union bindings a lot. Just want to know which ones better and what I should be looking for.
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I have heard great things about the Rome Madisons and the Union Trilogy. I prefer a stiffer binding when freeriding, if I am lazing about I'll switch over to my more flexible board with softer bindings. It all depends on preference. Some bindings are made with wider straps others not as wide. I am in love with the Flow Minx SE, a back entry biding, which looks like it might be what you are looking for. I am riding Burton Lexa's and GNU B-Famous. The GNU's were the stiffest I could find locally. Some people on here seem to hate Flow's or love them check em out. And do your research as well.
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Flow Minx SE

I found these on sale, really good deal.
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I don't know much about bindings and need suggestions for a new pair. I think I'm an intermediate rider. I'm looking for bindings that are good for all mountain and park. I haven't bought my board yet but I'm probably getting the NS Infinity.

Thanks in advance!
My Fiancee rides rome Madison's on her Infinity and really likes how they pair. YMMV.
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I initially bought Ride Fames for my Infinity, rode them for about 2 months this season and eventually exchanged them for Burton Lexas. Nothing wrong with Fames' overall performance, I liked them well enough but didn't love them so I kept trying different bindings and I couldn't help but find Lexas superior to others. I have to say that Rome Madison left an impression. But in the end Lexas won with the instant snappy response I just love. Mind me, these bindings aren't as forgiving as Madison, or Trilogy and some people find them a tad stiff for park.
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Okay, so it's between Burton Lexa, Rome Madison, Union Triology and Flow Minx SE. I guess I'll do more research.

What do I look for in a good binding? What kind of baseplate would be good for me?
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idk where or pow u ride, but if its deep and treewells don't do rear entry binders...they can be more of a hazzard/death trap
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Old 03-10-2013, 02:42 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Where I ride it snows occasionally but it's mostly icy and packed snow.
Have you heard anything about the NOW bindings? I see they only have them in mens though, does that matter?
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