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technine mfm pro bindings, any good or junk?

hey everyone, looking at getting a new pair of bindings and found a pair of the technine mfm pro bindings for cheap and was wondering how they are. i had them on my mind last year but didnt want to spend money on them because im afraid they might feel cheap and break easy, or the straps will slip? hows the qulity, and hows the feel/ride?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-15-2008, 02:04 AM
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ive heard good about the mfm pros, bad about the mfm classics

speaking of, classics are on whiskeymilitia right now for 40 bucks lol

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They're not junk if that's what you're asking.

I believe the Classics don't have highback-specific rotation or heelramp adjustment.

If Technine's ratchets haven't changed recently, you can expect 4 clicks per throw. They've never slipped on me, either.

Technines generally ride stiff heel/toe, and flexy side/side.

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