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01-07-2014 07:29 PM
tonicusa I always liked the Deltas, they have instantaneous response with that aluminum chassis.
01-07-2014 07:24 PM
linvillegorge If you like them and they're still holding up well, keep on keeping on.
01-07-2014 07:14 PM
Sir Ringo
09 Ride Delta MVMNT - worth replacing?

So I just ordered myself a new Capita Black Snowboard of Death and am wondering about bindings. I'm generally an all-mountain/freeride rider - I spend most of my time on normal runs (including some moguls), like to hit jumps and love going into the trees but rarely go into the park. I have a spare set of 2009 Ride Delta MVMNTs that I can put on the Capita, but is it worth investing in a new pair of bindings? Haven't had any issues with the Deltas and I know they're well-liked, so not sure there's any reason to look at some Cartels or anything else. Looking for any opinions on whether to replace and, if so, with what. Thanks all!

*edit* Worth mentioning price isn't an issue here - I imagine the Capita will last me a long time, so I'm planning on making this my setup for the foreseeable future and am happy to invest the money in quality kit.

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