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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-23-2009, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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K2 Formula?

Any one used them? ARE THEY DURBALE!my forum factions keep on breaking. Or any other ideas for a all terrain binding,LIGHT AND DURABLE is a must

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I love my k2 auto's
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Formulas are a really solid binding. I own 3 pairs of them and the only thing thats broken is the recoil spring on one toe strap.


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I dont know about the formula, but the sweaters are very fun if you can take some freaky peanuts coloring, and K2 autos are some of the best binders Ive yet to own. Dont get Cinch's though, unless they are ctx. CTS and CTC are both kinda weak and a pain
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would a black board and white bindings be too much? only color the k2 in stock is white Sportmart has inline skates, golf equipment, running shoes and other sporting goods

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Those are the 08 Formulas. While solid, they definitely are not as good as 09s. Like, not even close. buy 09s. It's the end of the season. You can find a deal.
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try Burton c60,VERY xpensivd!! but light as a feather. Carbon fiber
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thanks for the fast responses
ill try to find some of the 09's

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or for 150 you could buy a pair of black auto's and have a lifetime unlimited warranty on them from dogfunk..

K2 Auto Snowboard Binding - Free Shipping! from Dogfunk.com

Dogfunk > Sportmart
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The last years have a softer highback to them it was rectified in this season. Last years are solid and most people won't notice the differences so if you can save money do it up.


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