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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-02-2008, 02:04 PM
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new board! which bindings?

Hi guys, thanks to end of season sales I bought a 2008 K2 WWW 152 (price 60% off)!!!







I don't know which bindings I should get....actually I have good offers only on Burton Mission or Cartel Lo-Back and Rome 390....I wanted a pair of k2 formula or auto but they're almost impossible to find here in Europe... Any advice (also on other bindings)?
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a lot of people praise the rome 390s as th best freestyle binding you can get, so i would go with those.
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a lot of people praise the rome 390s as th best freestyle binding you can get, so i would go with those.
cant argue the truth
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Wow I am surprised you found a WWW though
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Wow I am surprised you found a WWW though
I've been very lucky, I found it in a very small shop, he had 3 www 152 and one 145!

I found a pair of Formula but not this year model, it's the 06-07: what you think? better than the 390? maybe equal?
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nothing is better then the 390. but the 06-07 formula looks better then almost any binding out there
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i actually like that union forces better than the 390s. I had the 390s on my headroom for a month and I broke 3 straps in that time period. They were light and attractive, but as far durability goes I found the forces better than any other binding i've used. (cartel, mfm, spx pro, 390s)
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additional advice: make sure you have your boots before you buy your bindings (make sure they'll work together size wise)
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additional advice: make sure you have your boots before you buy your bindings (make sure they'll work together size wise)
ya its a good idea to make sure your boots are going to fit ok in whatever you might get.

I would suggest the 390's. There awesome bindings! Ive never had a problem with mine.

Also if your looking for a good deal. Shoreline of Tahoe have some in stock at really good prices. Feel free to give them a call too if you have questions or want another opinion. 775-588-8777
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Hey there,

That is a good looking board. Bindings are relative these days, they all kinda do the same thing. But if you are looking for a place to find bindings check this out - new service to help riders find stuff from various online retailers.

Those k2 boards are a nice ride I have to say. Im a jealous man.

Good luck in your binding hunt.
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