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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-06-2009, 05:11 PM
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beginner needs bindings

hi guys, i just started snowboarding last season and then i rented a board, but now i'm going to buy one.
there is one problem though, i have no idea about what kind of bindings i should get.
now of course i am a beginner so i won't be needing any pro, super expensive, once. but i want something good though.
could you guy's help me out here?

i'm a size 8,5 if it helps at all
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-06-2009, 05:18 PM
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I learned on Ride EX bindings. They have a some options of the higher end ride bindings but at a reasonable cost - $160
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Consider Rome United, or Drakes... Both should be good enough so you don't have to replace them when you get better, and are reasonably priced.


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I learned on Ride EX bindings. They have a some options of the higher end ride bindings but at a reasonable cost - $160
I'm looking at the same thing now. What is the difference between the EX and the LX?
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The EX is a completely new binding this year... This year's LX is now last year's EX.

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look for last year's Ride EX,RX, or Delta all of which can be had for $100 or less. Last year's NRc's would also be a good choice, and can be used until you progress into an intermediate and/or start to learn some park
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Look online for Flow or Burton bindings...they have them for under $120 bucks and Flow bindings will be good once you get better.
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