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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-05-2007, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Question Agency Bindings

I went snowboarding yesterday for the first time this year and broke the snap on my Agency Bindings. I can't seem to locate any of the documentation that came with them and I was wondering if any one knows what kind of warranty Agency offered on their bindings. I know the company is no longer in business, but I think the place I bought them from will give me some kind of compensation. I just bought them last year, and have barely used them. Any help would be appreciated.

Secondly, if I buy new bindings, is there any brands in particular that make a good binding the isn't overly expensive?
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-05-2007, 02:02 PM
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I'm not sure about the situation you have now, but if you are looking for some great bindings that are pretty cheap for how well they perform look at the Rome Arsenals. I have a pair of 07 Arsenals and they are pretty awesome. Also, check out some of the bindings that Ride has to offer, along with Union's lineup as well. Hope this helps!
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check out the Ride LX/EX/RX or the Rome Arsenal/390
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I'll check them out. Thanks for the suggestions.
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I THINK they might have a 1 year warranty, but let me be the first to say, don't bother. I had the Agency 32-11c's and broke a few straps. You will be better off frankenstiening them with better straps or just getting new bindings altogether. Those bindings are just plain junk in my opinion. Get some Rides or Romes. You won't be displeased.
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