I'm considering putting my 2011 Ride Delta MVMNT bindings for sale depending on the kind of offers I can get.
They are in excellent condition. The only thing I could find that was not in excellent condition was one of the toe straps was a bit loose on the toolless adjustment. However, I contacted Ride and they sent me brand new straps which work great! The straps are gray while the rest of the bindings are blueish.
They come with all mounting hardware and 2.5 canted footbeds. These bindings have seen very little use. I'm not sure how to upload pics but you can do a search for them. They are the blue/off-green colored bindings. If you really want pics, PM me your email and I can get them to you that way.
Interested in seeing what kind of offers are out there! These are $240 bindings and I'm looking to get $100 plus shipping for them.
After a close inspection I also noticed that the ladders were beginning to strip a little. I contacted Ride and they sent me replacements for all 4 ladders. They look exactly like the old ones except better condition. I will also include the old ladders in case you run into an emergency. They still work great, I just got them replaced so I wouldn't have to worry about it later. Any offers?
Nice! What do you think about the bindings? The main reason I'm thinking about maybe selling these is cuz I've got my eye on a used pair of Flux TT30 bindings. However, I haven't used these Deltas yet so I'm hesitant to sell them so soon. Would you recommend one of these over the other?
I like the Deltas, really dig the thingrip strap that Ride uses for the toestrap and the canting in the footbed is also very nice on the knees, I wish Flux would add that option because they make very solid bindings as well and the Flux are legitimately toolless if you need to make adjustments. I think the TT30 will be slightly stiffer/more responsive and geared more towards all-mountain than the Delta which are more freetsyle.
Thanks for the input! Yea I was wondering if Flux had canting or not. I couldn't care less if they're toolless adjustment or not. I'm never going to adjust them on the slope. I'm a bit of an all-mountain rider but I'm spending more and more time in the park, so I think I'll still with my Deltas and have fun with them there.