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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-11-2008, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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Burton P1.1 vs Co2

What's the difference bwt these two bindings? I'm good enough for tricks or jump yet so I dont know which one is more suitible for me. Can someone help?

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Honestly if your not good ass rider you'll probably have trouble telling the difference but the Co2 are built to be responsive and light weight whereas the P1 are built for comfort and from what I've heard are more durable
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I looked at and deomo'd both of these last year. I like a reasonably stiff binding for it's response and the P1's highback was way too soft for me... The CO2 is stiff and light but still comfortable, the P1 is more flexible but a bit less responsive and to mee, not quite as comfortable. You can look at something like the Triad also somewhere in the middle.

I ended up going with a Raiden Phantom at the time and have since picked up a pair of Union Data's from last year that I'm using now.

The Burton's are nice but I wasn't trying to spend $300 on the Co2's...
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