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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-15-2007, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Salomon F20 boots, Relay Pro bindings

Setup:
2007 Shaun White 156cm
Salomon F20 boots
Salomon Relay Pro bindings

Height: 5'10"
Weight: 150 lbs
Boot Size: 10.5
Age: 22
Location: Washington
Style: Freeriding/Freestyle

I picked up this setup over the weekend (medium bindings). I really wanted the boot because of the smaller footprint for my board. Everyone in the store (snowboard connection in bellevue, wa) was telling me to try out the Relay Pro bindings, especially since I wanted the F20 boot, so I was sold on them (was looking at these, the Burton P1 and the Burton Triad).

I was just wondering what everyone thought on the Relay Pro bindings. Or what binding would you recommend with a cap strap (i prefer these).

Right now im more a backcountry type person because this is only my 3rd season of boarding and i'm still developing but i'm hoping to get into hitting jumps and stuff this year.

thanks!

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-15-2007, 11:15 AM
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This is the one time that I agree with the shop employees..they did well!
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The F20's are probably going to fit best in the Relay Pro's seeing that they are both Salomon products.
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i find the toe strap too long and the ankle strap too short almost with my 32 lashed

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Do the salomon bindings have a converter plate to bolt up to Burton Boards 3 hole pattern?
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I was just wondering what everyone thought on the Relay Pro bindings. Or what binding would you recommend with a cap strap (i prefer these).
Had I read up on these BEFORE I bought my Ride RX bindings, I would have bought something in the Salomon Relay series. Very cool/interesting technology and a nice advancement in bindings.

Salomon's toe straps are convertible, and always have been. My 1999 Salomon SP3 bindings have a convertible toe strap and I didn't realize it till this season. I cranked them down just like they were a cap and the difference in feel was amazing.

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