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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-23-2011, 11:37 AM
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Thanks for your help guys. So just a few quick questions. Are you guys sure the Burton Lexa EST's would fit on the Feelgood board? The board I am looking at has the diamond hole pattern not the slits for the bindings. If anyone has time check these out for me and see if they look alright for a match.

BURTON LEXA EST WOMEN'S BINDINGS - GLOW BLUE/SMALL | eBay

Burton Feelgood Snowboard | eBay
EST bindings only work with boards that have the long slits. Pretty much any binding on the market now works with the diamond hole pattern.
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Thanks for your help guys. So just a few quick questions. Are you guys sure the Burton Lexa EST's would fit on the Feelgood board? The board I am looking at has the diamond hole pattern not the slits for the bindings. If anyone has time check these out for me and see if they look alright for a match.

BURTON LEXA EST WOMEN'S BINDINGS - GLOW BLUE/SMALL | eBay

Burton Feelgood Snowboard | eBay
The feelgood is an intermediate to advanced board. So I will recommendations based on your board choice. Look for deals on the Union Milan, Union Trilogy, Burton Escapade, Flux GM30. With the exception of the flux, all of the other bindings fit 3 hole burton boards right out of the box.
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Burton is the worst way to go if you are on a budget, to be honest. However, the Lexas are definitely a solid binding.

Check out Rome Madisons, Union (Milan or Trilogy), and K2 Agogos. I've also heard great things about Flux.

The Feelgood is NOT a soft-medium board. There are probably better, and cheaper, choices out there for you. Check out the Roxy Ollie Pop, the Never Summer Pandora, the Arbor Cadence, and the Rome Vinyl.
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