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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-16-2009, 06:13 PM Thread Starter
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SPi vs. Arsenals

Quickly if you please, which one is the better binding.

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arsenals are lighter im pretty sure and cheaper. great bindings..

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I've found

Arsenals 90.00

SPi 110.00
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I'd go for the SPi probably, just because I don't like the colors on the Arsenals.

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I bought the SPi's for 110.00


Got some Northwave Decades to go with them for 89.00

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I love my Arsenals. Amazing all mountain bindings. Weapons grade stuff.

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SPis kick a$$
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Picked up a set of Ride SPi bindings (2009s) and had a chance to test them out in Taos. I liked them. They're a little heavier than the Salomon Codes that they replaced but they're nice bindings. The only complaint I have is the stupid quick adjust clips that they use. They are made out of plastic so if you tighten them down too much you run a risk of breaking off one of the clips like I did. Whoops.

They're infinitely adjustable though which is awesome. The toe strap is also nice.

I have no experience with the Arsenals.
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SPi's for sure
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Arsenals, conformest toe strap, super comfy, rome suport, prety light, bombpoof.just a great binding.
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