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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 08:11 PM
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Arrow WTB Burton CO2 or C60

Also, I'll take suggestions for other really stiff and responsive bindings. I have a size 11 shoe so the bindings have to be large. You can message me here or send me an email to thegob@gmail.com
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 10:01 PM
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Just go for the Carbon fiber bling bling binders.. I have ridden carbon C60's before and found them too stiff and uncomfortable.. Sold them. Get ready to spend a heap of your hard earned dosh mate.
post #3 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-30-2009, 10:16 AM
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This will be my first softboot set up. I usually ride alpine snowboards (hardboots) so I need a soft set up thats a stiff as possible. I like to have no slop between the boot, bindings and board. So far, most of the used C60s or Co2s are going for like $150-180 shipped so thats not too bad.

I'm also looking for Salomon Malamutes in a size 10.5 as well

Thanks for the feedback though.
post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-30-2009, 11:44 AM
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Hey...I have some Yellow CO2's in M if you're interested. My brother's 11 Freestyles fit fine in them so they should work for you

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Minger, are you 100% sure the malamutes would fit in them? How much do you want for them, and whats the condition? Would you be able to post pictures?

oneplankawanka, yeah post up some pics. How much do you want for them?

I love alpine. I have waaay too many boards made for ice and too many times this season I was caught in a foot a powder without a softboot set up to enjoy it. It was still fun straight lining on a 180cm alpine which got through any moguled up slope with not problems, but I wouldn't dare take my baby in the trees. Custom made one of a kind and as fragile as an F1 car. I felt I was missing out on the little tree riding we have out here by staying in hardboots. Plus, landing in racing gear is a bit sketchy on not so perfect jumps.
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make a thread and post up some pics man!

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make a thread and post up some pics man!

of carving or going off jumps? I got a bunch of me carving, only a few going off jumps. Nothing impressive. getting up to only about 10 footers. Over spring break I was working on 360s and 180s and so far, they're not pretty. Hopefully soft gear will make it easier to get those down and do some more fun stuff.
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I can get better pics up tonight and ones with my brother's 11's in them if you'd like. These are basically brand new...one small nick on the straps, and the usual l8ittle scratches at the bottom of the highback where it meets the heelcup.

And ignore the chinese newspaper...my dad was painting something in the basement and left it there :P

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Looks good. It'll match my outfit when I decided to whip out the banana suit.








Like I always say, snowboarding is 90% of how you look in the lodge and how much your clothes matches your equipment.
Fashion over function!


If you can't tell, I'm kidding.

I'll trust you that they my boot will fit. How much do you want for them?
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Hey...I have some Yellow CO2's in M if you're interested. My brother's 11 Freestyles fit fine in them so they should work for you
I'm interested in the Co2's if gleb thinks they're too small =)
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