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Have 2006 Never Summer Premier T5 163

Any suggestions for new bindings?
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Thanks for the recommendation. Go Broncos!
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I don't give a rat's ass about the Broncos. I'm a Panthers fan. Can't stand Pete Carroll's cheating ass so hoping the Brkncos win, but it'll be funny watching everyone out here eat crow if they don't. This has been one insanely cocky fan base ever since Manning was signed.
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Linville- how much has new board technology changed from my 06' NS? Would I notice a big difference btn it and a 14' model? Is there a better binding you recommend for this board? Or should I throw down for a new free ride board? Thx!
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A ton has changed in terms of board tech but if it's in good shape it's still a great freeride board. It'll be heavy in comparison to today's boards but it can still more than hold it's own.
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I agree if freeride is all you want to do (No park or tricks) the older camber decks are often very good though a touch heavier.

Bindings and boots are much better though.
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