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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-30-2013, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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Now Bindings - Anyone tried these?

Nevermind, found a bunch of other threads.

Hilarious new video tho:

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Intrigued by this Now Select binding. No highback for my park stick, highback for my all mountain deck.
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Hah really liked that video. Straight to the point with no BS or fluff.
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I have 2 sets from last year. I like them a lot.

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I love my NOW ipo’s one of the best bindings I have ridden in a while along with the holograms.
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Are the selects the only ones that convert to no backs?...Im trying to figure out the differences between the 3 versions
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Nah, the selects are the only one with that little ittybity no backs. They are all designed to ride with nobacks. The drives are the only ones with the drive highback and I think all three have the same toe strap but different ankle straps.
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Sweet thanks for clearing that up. Thats what I gathered after all the reading. But its nice to have a confirmation. So basically the SELECTS can be ridden 3 ways...high backs, the "half way" backs, and no backs. While the drive is like a more rigid version of the IPOS. correct?
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Nah, the selects are the only one with that little ittybity no backs. They are all designed to ride with nobacks. The drives are the only ones with the drive highback and I think all three have the same toe strap but different ankle straps.
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I love my NOW ipo’s one of the best bindings I have ridden in a while along with the holograms.
How would you contrast the 2 (besides the obvious tech differences)? Does it take you some adjustment runs when you switch between them? I ask because I rode the NOW IPO almost exclusively last season, and just picked up some Holograms to add to the quiver this season. Haven't ridden shadowtech before, but have tried relays in the past and didn't like them that much.

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