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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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Ride CAD question

I am looking to get and new set of bindings for my free ride setup. Going on my ns premier f1-r. It looks like the CAD is the ticket, but was wondering if they made any changes for the 2010 models. I can get last years for half the price and i like the black better, is there any advantage to getting the new model? Is there another binding i should also consider? Strictly a freeride setup: back county, tree, glades, groomers, jumps, and NO park.

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I'm stickin with my Ride NRc's. CAD is a little stiffer but the NRc is far from a park binding. Just got a 2009 pair for $100. Only difference between 2009/2010 with almost all Ride bindings looks to be the straps. In which the 2009 straps rock to begin with.
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what is the difference in the straps? Is it worth the extra cash?
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pretty sure its just that you can adjust the stiffness of the ankle strap
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