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Never Summer's bases vary because they do "flips". This means they make their bases to utilize all excess materials so you're going to see color differences as well as minor stuff like "NS" being on some bases and not others. A lot of companies do this to minimize waste.


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thanks for the explanation. i am also looking to get new bindings, i am currently wearing a nike kaiju in sz 8, i think i am in between size for the burton bindings, should i go with S or M? currently i am using mission binding from 2008 and i have to tighting the toe strap almost to the end. just wonder should i still get a sz M if i am deciding to get burton bindings again?
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thanks for the explanation. i am also looking to get new bindings, i am currently wearing a nike kaiju in sz 8, i think i am in between size for the burton bindings, should i go with S or M? currently i am using mission binding from 2008 and i have to tighting the toe strap almost to the end. just wonder should i still get a sz M if i am deciding to get burton bindings again?
I used burton malavita mediums on size 7.5 and 8 boots, and they worked just fine. In fact, so perfectly I thought to myself the smalls wouldn't even fit
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how about 12 cartel, 12 cartel restricted, or union force?

is that cartel restricted ankle strap that much better than the normal cartel strap?
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The Restricted Cartels have the Asym strap. They can be flipped around to change the flex. One side is stiffer than the other.


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thanks for the explanation. i am also looking to get new bindings, i am currently wearing a nike kaiju in sz 8, i think i am in between size for the burton bindings, should i go with S or M? currently i am using mission binding from 2008 and i have to tighting the toe strap almost to the end. just wonder should i still get a sz M if i am deciding to get burton bindings again?
Get smalls.
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Here's the ProtoCT 160 in some deep at Baldface:

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Here's the ProtoCT 160 in some deep at Baldface:

What monopod are you using? I'm looking for a cheap option without having to MacGuyver one with ducktape


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Here's the ProtoCT 160 in some deep at Baldface:

I've never had mine in anything that deep, just really tight glades. Looks like it floats like a champ, even in the deep.
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I got it target.

I took the bell off my daughter's bike, pulled out the bell and attached the bell housing to the end of the monopod. Adhered the Countour mount to the bell housing and done.

All in all.. about $20 + box of popsicles
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