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Old 03-20-2009, 12:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thoughts? I ride mainly park and have a nitro team with some union contacts right now. Just ordered an Omatic Extremo and want a second set of bindings to match it. I could switch them between boards if it would work out better.
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Old 03-20-2009, 02:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Id go with the formulas, or autos. I love my autos, such nice bindings, I only say that because Ive never ridden Raidens, but I know Nitro aint bad so maybe their bindings are ok
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im leaning toward the formulas, thing is the raidens will match the omatic perfectly (color-wise) not that id make a decision solely based on that but even with that put aside ive heard only good about them both.
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Old 03-20-2009, 03:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i like raidens bindings, if got black hawk bindings and theve never let me down. this years raiden bindings dont really feel like quality tho, but i havent heard anything bad about them so dont mind that..

there both good bindings anyway.
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If you live in Canada, don't expect very good warranty service with K2. They sent me to go talk to an 'authorized dealer' and when I got to the shop, the guy installed a completely new ankle ladder strap with a random screw and bolt.

If you're in the US, go right ahead. The Formulas are quality bindings.
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If you live in Canada, don't expect very good warranty service with K2. They sent me to go talk to an 'authorized dealer' and when I got to the shop, the guy installed a completely new ankle ladder strap with a random screw and bolt.

If you're in the US, go right ahead. The Formulas are quality bindings.
thats terrible, but im in the us so ok for me i guess. im thinking i might not buy a new set of bindings and just use the union contacts on my nitro and my omatic.
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Old 03-21-2009, 07:26 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I ride the Sweater (exactly the same as the Formula other than colorway). I can't speak for or against the 0s as I've never ridden them, but if you get the Formulas, you won't be disappointed. Good ratchet, functional universal toe straps, versatile highback, everything is easy to adjust.
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