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Anyone have any input on these? I got a brand new pair for free and was wondering if I should keep them or sell them on ebay.

I have a board specifically for freeride, for park, and for all mountain. Currently the freeride and park are bindingless.
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Slap them on the park. They aren't a high tech binding or a bad binding by any means they'll get the job done and be soft and jibby.
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BA I was still planing on getting the K2 Formulas that you recomended me a while back. My local shop isnt putting out the new stuff until next Tuesday. Would it still be worth it to get the Forumulas?
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Anyone have any input on these?
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Hell yeah get the Formula's then and sell those.
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Frick, if you can afford it, get both, always nice to have another set of bindings laying around, and you could put a set on one of your other boards. but yes, get the formulas

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Yeah its not a big deal if I buy another set. Like i mentioned up above the plan was to pick up the K2's when my shop would let me take em, but when I was in there picking up some other misc stuff [bike shit] yesterday the owner just gave them for being a loyal customer (and prolly cuz him and my grandparents are close friends). They were his display model, so they have a few scratches and no box, but he got me the hardware.

If I was to sell them, prolly not going to, what are they worth? Or beter question what should I be asking for them. I took a quick look on ebay and couldnt find any others.
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50 to 80 bucks.
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I will be keeping them forsure then. I would rather have another set of bindings then the $80.
post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-28-2008, 12:37 AM
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yeah just keep them, it never hurts to have an extra set laying around the house.
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