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qwezxc12 11-26-2012 08:43 PM

SOLD: 2014 EST Cartels, Size L
 
SOLD

Like the title says, for sale: Basically brand new 2014 EST Cartels, Size L. These are the ones with the Hinge. They've been mounted and ridden for only (2) easy days over Thanksgiving at Copper Mtn and Arapahoe Basin, groomers only. They are 9.9/10 condition, with only the most minor scuffs on the bases and highback foam. Nothing wrong at all with them, they just feel a little too soft for my preference and I can't justify keeping three sets of EST bindings around.

I bought them from Eastern Boarder on 11/02 for $259.99. Selling for $200.00 including basic ground shipping in CONUS. Binders will be shipped in the original Burton box with manual (such as it is) & the EST screws and toothed washers - basically everything that came with them. I will include a hardcopy of the original Eastern Boarder invoice for warranty purposes. PayPal only.

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qwezxc12 11-30-2012 07:45 AM

bump... OBO.

qwezxc12 12-07-2012 10:21 AM

bump for price drop

qwezxc12 12-27-2012 10:04 PM

bump




10char

qwezxc12 01-02-2013 09:37 PM

SPF.

10char.

NoOtherOptions 01-02-2013 10:04 PM

2014? You mean 2013 my friend. Anyway, good deal so bump. Wish these were non EST.

lifeisgood765 01-02-2013 11:10 PM

Nope they're 2014, that's why they're limited edition

dreampow 01-03-2013 12:41 AM

I am looking at some reflex limited cartels at the moment.

Just out of curiosity what did you find them too soft for?

I mean what type of riding?

Also how much do you weigh?

What board were they on?

Your other bindings that you will be keeping?

Sorry for the 20 questions, just want to get a feel for if they will be too soft for my needs or not.

Thanks.

qwezxc12 01-03-2013 07:15 PM

Well I was updating this post to show sold anyway.

First off, to NoOtherOptions, Yes they are "2014" - look at the box in the 1st pic. Go ask Burton how they promo stuff...

dreampow:
Q:Just out of curiosity what did you find them too soft for? I mean what type of riding?

I ride a '12 162W Custom X and a '12 164 Barracuda. The 'Cuda gets ridden anytime there is more than a few inches of fresh, the CX the rest of the time. I ride all-mtn, no park, but do like going fast and hitting some natural features on the way down. I don't mind bumps and trees when there some fresh pow underfoot.

Q: Also how much do you weigh?

200lbs, 6'0", size 12 Vans Cirro's, regular stance ~1/2" wider than ref, setback as necessary at 18/-15

Q: What board were they on?

I rode them on the CX for two days over Thanksgiving at Copper Mtn and Arapahoe Basin in CO on hard-ass man made crap and I think it was enough to make up my mind. I'm an east coaster, and unfortunately that's what we get sometimes. I really wanted to like them, but the binders were just a little too free feeling for me. I might have liked them more in pow, but I couldn't justify keeping them when my other ones do just fine. The straps (Reactstraps IIRC?)are total money, though. Super comfy.

Q: Your other bindings that you will be keeping?

I'm back to using a old pair of 2012 EST Cartels - they feel stiffer laterally (in all directions, really) and give me the "locked-in" feeling I like when riding dynamically. If you search by name, you'll see some other hinge Cartel posts I made with comparison pictures.

Good hunting.

NoOtherOptions 01-03-2013 08:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by qwezxc12 (Post 560818)
Well I was updating this post to show sold anyway.

First off, to NoOtherOptions, Yes they are "2014" - look at the box in the 1st pic. Go ask Burton how they promo stuff...

dreampow:
Q:Just out of curiosity what did you find them too soft for? I mean what type of riding?

I ride a '12 162W Custom X and a '12 164 Barracuda. The 'Cuda gets ridden anytime there is more than a few inches of fresh, the CX the rest of the time. I ride all-mtn, no park, but do like going fast and hitting some natural features on the way down. I don't mind bumps and trees when there some fresh pow underfoot.

Q: Also how much do you weigh?

200lbs, 6'0", size 12 Vans Cirro's, regular stance ~1/2" wider than ref, setback as necessary at 18/-15

Q: What board were they on?

I rode them on the CX for two days over Thanksgiving at Copper Mtn and Arapahoe Basin in CO on hard-ass man made crap and I think it was enough to make up my mind. I'm an east coaster, and unfortunately that's what we get sometimes. I really wanted to like them, but the binders were just a little too free feeling for me. I might have liked them more in pow, but I couldn't justify keeping them when my other ones do just fine. The straps (Reactstraps IIRC?)are total money, though. Super comfy.

Q: Your other bindings that you will be keeping?

I'm back to using a old pair of 2012 EST Cartels - they feel stiffer laterally (in all directions, really) and give me the "locked-in" feeling I like when riding dynamically. If you search by name, you'll see some other hinge Cartel posts I made with comparison pictures.

Good hunting.

I didn't continue to argue with you man. It just seemed odd to be selling future gear at a cost below current rate for the 2013 gear. Hence my confusion. Dope price at any rate.


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