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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-06-2009, 10:53 PM Thread Starter
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K2 Auto Ever Bindings *pics*

These arrived today, going to take them out tomorrow and sunday. First impressions are great, these things are LIGHT, I thought my targas were light, these are feather light compared to my Targas. They are not as customizable compared to my targas but you can still adjust your highbacks for forward lean and rotation. Strapping in in very fast and easy and the toe/ankle straps are super comfy and mold to your boot like a glove. First thing I noticed when I got in them is how the cushioning is, it feels very soft and plushy, Ill see how that feels on the actual slopes, overall I am very impressed with thesed and I cant wait to try them.









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fuck I want your setup so badly....

I'll probably end up buying a Bataleon in the summer.. but yeah let us know how the Auto Evers ride. I've been looking at them for a light freeride-oriented binding.
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Can you leave the toe loose and the ankle tight and vise versa? How des it work compared to as advertised? Any jam-ups?
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they look sick
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I have the regular k2 autos. They are very light and extremely comfortable. Most comfortable bindings I've ever worn. So, I don't really understand quite how the gap eliminator works on the heel cup/high back. Can you take some close up pics of that?
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