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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 11:39 AM
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Colour bindings on white board

Hello

now I got my own board, I just need some bindings.
But the prob is that dont know which colour I gotta take.
This is the board, ** APO Snowboards 2008 ** Boards * Bindings * Lifestyle*

I know it's personally but what do you boarders like.

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this would look pretty phat on it..

08 rome binding targa black white

they are awesome too! I am riding the black ones right now. I know that site might not have them in your size, but just look around for the white and black rome targas. don't know if this is out of your price range, but at a lot of places on the internet, they have them going for $150.
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Whatever binding fits your boots and suits your riding the best is what you should be looking for. Color should not be your first concern. Function before fashion.

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Whatever binding fits your boots and suits your riding the best is waht you should be looking for. Color should not be your first concern. Function before fashion.
that is very true.

the targas are some of the best bindings out there in my opinion though. so you would be getting the best of both worlds
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that is very true.

the targas are some of the best bindings out there in my opinion though. so you would be getting the best of both worlds
Never tried the Targas but have heard a lot of good things about them and would like to try them someday.

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Oke thnx

Offtopic: On some burton mediums bindings boots from 8 till 11 will fit.
On other medium bindings 8 till 10.

What is it now?

(sorry my english is bad)
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Never tried the Targas but have heard a lot of good things about them and would like to try them someday.
tried them out for my first time friday. new they would be awesome with all the talk, but damn, they were awesome, lol. I really like the toe strap that will become flat when over your foot, or will curve when you put it over the toe of your boot. the elastic piece that holds the main strap back so you dont step on it when trying to strap in is pretty nifity too. they are very comfortable and you can adjust them in almost any way you could think possible.

oh yea, there is a removable flexible piece in the main strap which can be removed ot add more flex to the main strap, or there are ones included with the bindings that are even stiffer that you can put in there to make it less flexible.

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Oke thnx

Offtopic: On some burton mediums bindings boots from 8 till 11 will fit.
On other medium bindings 8 till 10.

What is it now?

(sorry my english is bad)
it depends on each type of binding you get. you just have to check. they will say which each different size bindings fits the sizes in boots.

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Whatever binding fits your boots and suits your riding the best is what you should be looking for. Color should not be your first concern. Function before fashion.
agree with grimdog. color doesnt affect how the binders ride.

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