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Need binder suggestions with Slayblade

I currently have the 390s on my graft, but wanted something a tad stiffer to go with the slayblade. Gonna be doing less in the park this year cuz of my knee is not too fresh like last year 70/30, mostly cruising thru trails, hittn kickers here and there and hitting the park at the end of the day, but nothing too crazy.. Thinking about k2 formulas, or some Ride binder? Any recommendations?

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If you want to go with Ride, get the SPis or Deltas. The Deltas are a hair stiffer than the 390s but are pretty compareable. The Spi will be significantly stiffer
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Hey thanks your help! I'm gonna look into the 2, but do you know how the k2 form will stack up? Also heard that the auto was decent at freestyle/freeride. I'm not really brand specific but just asking around for everyones opin.
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2010 auto is 2009's auto ever + cantbed

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Force SL's? Although I do much like the Autos. Maybe Alpha's too?

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2010 auto is 2009's auto ever + cantbed

That's what im goin with for mine, the harshmellow impact damping feature on the slayblade was built with the auto's in mind. I just wish k2 made some nicer boots tho, I think im gonna have to go with the DC judge's this year.

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After doing all my shopping for boots this year and searching these forums for opinions on brands of boots. I would say K2 boots are def top of the line boots and DC boots are bottom of the line boots.

I ended up buying K2 boots and thought almost every boot i tried on from K2 was really nice.
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After doing all my shopping for boots this year and searching these forums for opinions on brands of boots. I would say K2 boots are def top of the line boots and DC boots are bottom of the line boots.

I ended up buying K2 boots and thought almost every boot i tried on from K2 was really nice.

I tried the K2 transit boa's and really like the feel and fit of the boots, the only thing I didn't like about them is the design/color choices. I haven't tried any of the DC's yet, they look great but if you are sayin they are no good then i'll probably end up with the transits.
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The thing about DC boots is that they have about the same life as their shoes. Their shoes tend to last 3-4 month normal wear and tear. Not good.

I love my T1's. Solid boots.

I always have to say though, just get whats most comfortable when it comes to boots.

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