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02-22-2012 04:26 AM
handscreate I'm not affiliated with this auction in any way, but was watching them for a friend...who bought bindings off craigslist.

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02-20-2012 05:55 AM
Extremo I'll sell you these toe straps for $30 shipped. I'm going to black for next season.

02-19-2012 05:07 PM
WTB: toe caps (or potentially all-mountain/freeride bindings)

I have an older pair of Ride SPi's that are still decent bindings, but I hate the old Ride toe straps. They're just awful.

Anyone have any toe caps laying around? I don't care what they are. Burton, Flux, newer Ride (gel spider web), Rome, whatever. I'm just looking to Frankenstein these things up for cheap to get through the season and then I'll probably try to find something in the offseason.

But, if you have an all-mountain/freeride binding you're looking to get rid of for cheap, let me know. Extremo's Flux Super Titans would be ideal if they weren't larges. I'd be looking for mediums. I wear 10.5 Salomon F22s, but they're very low volume and footprint more like a typical 9. Flux SF45s would be at the top of my list, but I'd consider many others.

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