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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-11-2009, 08:31 AM
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The springs go and the stop springing back into place requiring you to manually push down on them when you tighten them.
Then how my big beefy springs still work as new? Well, duh, they're not Unions! Of course they suck! In fact, the only time I broke a strap was when I put different straps from a different manufacturer on.

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So to anyone considering buying technines take the advice of someone who has actual experience with them.
Done.

My Technines (cheap too, ooo bogeyman) have been through it all. Edge catches, impacts, tumbles down the mountain, abuse, etc. And I'm not exactly a little 120lb guy. When I take an impact, I really take an impact.


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i've ridden on technine coulter pro bindings for the last 2 seasons and I couldn't be more happy/satisfied with them. very adjustable, durable, and comfy. I recently got a pair of technine icons and after 2 days on em I love em even more than my previous pair.
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I've always heard that Technine bindings took a freefall in quality. Like, their 2006 and earlier models were great, but later models weren't any good. Same with Drake, they just didn't keep up with binding tech and they got left in the dust.
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