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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-12-2008, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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name drop some women's bindings for me

I'm looking for a binding for all-mountain type use. Cheaper is better, price not quality :P The two that I've looked at so far are the rome strut and madison. But I don't know what the other brands have to offer.
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ride makes a great binding for the price. i'd check out evogear.com, they got some cheap prices in the outlet and they got a price match policy which is cool.
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how is the lxh? cheap?
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bump? :-D ahem
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cant you just get small sized mens bindings????


i bought some forum recons this year. they were 80 on dogfunk when i got them but that sale ended and now there up to 105 i think.

but there really great for the price. fully adjustable, toe strap or cap option.

id recommend them to anyone man or women looking to get some cheap bindings.


and check whiskey militia because they have gnu and ride womens bindings up often and youll never pay more than 90.

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post #6 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-13-2008, 10:42 AM
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My girlfriend has the Burton Stiletto's and the toe strap can be kinda finiky at times. They are a comfy binding. Or so she says.
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My girlfriend has the Burton Stiletto's and the toe strap can be kinda finiky at times. They are a comfy binding. Or so she says.
they have a sexy name.
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If your looking for a decent binding that is probably on sale all over the net is the Drake Priscilla bindings. Theyre a pro level binding that you can prob find for under $120...I think they retailed at $180-190
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i just got the k2 virtues which are basically k2's highest end womens binder without auto. i think they still have last years on dogfunk but i opted for this years due to the better convertible toe strap design. I havent gotten to ride them yet but from first impressions they seem really solid. They are wicked comfy and have what seems like a medium flex. They just feel much better on my feet than my old ride dvas did, and have much more cushion especially on the base. I would recommend you look these or other k2's.
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