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03-19-2014 01:42 PM
F1EA
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Originally Posted by aistis View Post
well, what i can say best Bindings in a market, also won an 3rd place in WTO snowboarders category, not bad, thanks Union and Rice
That's great. You go get 'em tiger!
03-19-2014 12:50 PM
UNION INHOUSE
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Originally Posted by aistis View Post
well, what i can say best Bindings in a market, also won an 3rd place in WTO snowboarders category, not bad, thanks Union and Rice
Awesome, congrats!
03-19-2014 07:03 AM
aistis well, what i can say best Bindings in a market, also won an 3rd place in WTO snowboarders category, not bad, thanks Union and Rice
02-27-2014 02:20 PM
aistis
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Originally Posted by F1EA View Post
Good, now that you got them you will realize for yourself the shop guy was right when you asked if you needed to buy them. The answer is still no.

But you wanted them... and want beats need any day.
More response man more response thats a reason i need more response, instant power to the heels and toe...

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Originally Posted by UNION INHOUSE View Post
Unless you are impossible to please, you won't be disappointed. Those bindings rule.

Thanks for the support aistis.
No Worries i hope they will not disappoint me
02-27-2014 12:50 PM
F1EA Good, now that you got them you will realize for yourself the shop guy was right when you asked if you needed to buy them. The answer is still no.

But you wanted them... and want beats need any day.
02-27-2014 12:26 PM
UNION INHOUSE
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Originally Posted by aistis View Post
okay eventually its on my board gona try those bindings hope wont be disappointed
Unless you are impossible to please, you won't be disappointed. Those bindings rule.

Thanks for the support aistis.
02-27-2014 10:00 AM
aistis okay eventually its on my board gona try those bindings hope wont be disappointed
02-26-2014 09:25 AM
aistis
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Originally Posted by tokyo_dom View Post
You are right, I dont have both so can't compare.

I think trapper is right, you just need to buy them for yourself and find out if they make you a better rider. Seems they are rated Advanced-Expert, so you should be hitting them double blacks in no time :-P
Hey

Both are rated as "Advanced - Intermediate" it depends on which website you are looking at, well yes i am going to try them anyways its not a million dollars bindings that you cant buy if you get it for like 150 EUR its a good deal, and riders have more than 1 bindings anyways and as i mentioned before i can always sell that or another if i dont like


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Originally Posted by SGboarder View Post
With all due respect, it appears to me that you are not looking for people with the exact same bindings, but rather for people who will give you the exact answer that you want to hear...

There are many people on this forum who are vastly more experienced than me, but I have been riding for several years using a range of binding models from different manufacturers on a variety of boards.

In my experience:
- Any decent binding will be perfectly fine for 'turning the board'.
- Unless you go for the extreme ends of the binding spectrum, the differences in response will be insignificant compared to the differences between different riders & riding styles, conditions, boots, boards, etc.
- There definitely are real differences between bindings, but they are much more with respect to features and comfort rather than performance in turning.

Anyway, that is just my perspective and you are free to take it or leave it.
much appreciated for your answer dude i am looking at people who have same bindings and ride them i am not looking at people who only talks about bindings and never rode on it

i am 85 kg buddy and 190 cm tall i need super strong bindings that are durable and strong
02-26-2014 09:00 AM
trapper
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Originally Posted by tokyo_dom View Post
You are right, I dont have both so can't compare.

I think trapper is right, you just need to buy them for yourself and find out if they make you a better rider. Seems they are rated Advanced-Expert, so you should be hitting them double blacks in no time :-P
lol
02-26-2014 08:57 AM
tokyo_dom You are right, I dont have both so can't compare.

I think trapper is right, you just need to buy them for yourself and find out if they make you a better rider. Seems they are rated Advanced-Expert, so you should be hitting them double blacks in no time :-P
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