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Roxy Bindings

I'm thinking of purchasing the Roxy Junior bindings for my 15 year old sister who has been snowboarding for one season. She can already do everything up to linking turns and some basic carving...she is a rather small girl at 4'8" and wears a youth size 5 boot. Any advice on these bindings, and if not those what are some good alternatives? she's a girl so she'd prefer white...Thanks
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What's her weight? (I know, you should never ask a girl what her weight is, but eh) and where do you ride?
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Well at 4'8" I am guessing she barely weighs a buck. Definitely not 220lbs...
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yeah she might weigh 90 pounds soaking wet...we mostly ride on the groomed stuff but may get into the park this season.
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You don't know what a relief it is that you didn't come back and say 180...
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Ha...no she's def not 180...I've just found out that her youth size 5 boot is too big for the Roxy's so I'm going to need to find something different...any suggestions?
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Wow, I'm actually kind of stumped on this one...
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Try some duct tape. It is 100% adjustable and cheap
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Some how I just don't think that will fly!

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They do make kids bindings. The TWS gear guide has a section with some of them. You might check that one out.
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