|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-22-2010 10:27 AM|
|jonas007||I've been considering the SPi's. I don't do rails much, but I do enjoy going off the big jumps and pipe in our local snowboard park while trying to do spins and grabs. Would the SPi's be too stiff? Would I be better off with NRC's?|
|01-22-2010 08:13 AM|
Originally Posted by Hurl3y182 View Post
|01-22-2010 07:49 AM|
Originally Posted by oxi View Post
my review on the ride alphas & wedgie footbeds if thats any useful
|01-22-2010 07:16 AM|
|adam2433||ive heard they're super responsive. as in almost too much if thats possible. you didnt think so...? im considering them or targas...|
|01-22-2010 07:07 AM|
Have you got the 2010 ones? How does the wedgie feel?
I've got the 2009 ones, love them too!
|01-22-2010 01:43 AM|
|linvillegorge||I agree. I have the SPi's and the LX's. The SPi's are definitely far better with zero pressure points and more responsive. However, the LX's aren't bad at all for an entry level binding. They're on my rock board.|
|01-21-2010 11:42 PM|
Ride SPi - Day 1
I had my first day with my new Ride SPi bindings today and I give them a big two thumbs up. I am not a park guy, so I can't recommend them for that, but I will say that they were extremely comfortable while giving me great stability and control. We had some nice powder today and they performed like a champ. On the groomed runs they were very responsive and gave me no complaints.