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Old 11-16-2009, 01:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bindings for my early/Late season board

i'll be using an older board for early/late season riding and i'm trying to find an inexpensive set of bindings.
I found these on evogear.com and they have an additional 20% off.
Ride RX Snowboard Bindings 2009 : Snowboard Bindings | evo outlet

i'm about an intermediate all mountain rider. They will be mounted to my 30k year old Rossignol Vintage or an 06 Ride Fleetwood.

i've been trying to find a used set of something but not having much luck.
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Why don't you just pull your bindings off of your other board? I wouldn't want to be riding shitty bindings regardless of the point in the season
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I didn't mean to say the RX's are shitty though, they are decent bindings, just that they aren't needed if you have nicer bindings
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I didn't mean to say the RX's are shitty though, they are decent bindings, just that they aren't needed if you have nicer bindings
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Why don't you just pull your bindings off of your other board? I wouldn't want to be riding shitty bindings regardless of the point in the season
i would love to, but my new bindings are Cartel EST's...

For my first 10 years of riding i've used K2 Clickers with Shimano boots...i could still use these but i want to get away from clickers. I've heard i'll get a much better feel of the board with strap bindings.

So i think i have nicer bindings but cant use them on my new board and never planned to.
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i would love to, but my new bindings are Cartel EST's...

For my first 10 years of riding i've used K2 Clickers with Shimano boots...i could still use these but i want to get away from clickers. I've heard i'll get a much better feel of the board with strap bindings.

So i think i have nicer bindings but cant use them on my new board and never planned to.
ahhhh....
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ahhhh....
plan from the get go was to get another set of bindings....it was just to find the right deal.
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if you look around you can find Bent Metals on the interweb for cheap, I found a new pair of restraints at the ski swap this fall for $50. The are a simple design but are very adjustable, and bomber tough.
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buy some good used bindings. then they will actually be a good binding, not a shitty pair
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Old 11-16-2009, 06:57 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I picked them up, got them for $83 shipped to my door. Best deal i could find.
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I picked them up, got them for $83 shipped to my door. Best deal i could find.
That's a pretty good deal to me. Nice find
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