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Any advice on rear entry bindings? Flow's vs. Cinch's

Im wondering of anyone has an opinion on rear entry bindings. I have P1's right now and they are great, but im getting so sick of sitting down to strap in. Trying to strap in while standing with traditional bindings is just as annoying. The P1's are really impressive as far as response and comfort, but im willing to sacrifice a little to get out of this strap-in hell.

Im definitely sold on the rear entry design and wondering if anyone has an opinion which is better. Ride also has a model called the contraband that doesnt look very impressive to me, looks kinda gimicky and flimsy which surprises me because Ride is usually awesome. I also saw that K2 came out with an "auto" technology which looks interesting but figuring price is thru the roof on those. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

The Cinch is supposed to be heavier than other bindings. Anyone know by how much or if the '09 ones are lighter?


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