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01-08-2014 09:17 PM
koi I love my Diodes. They don't have the the footbed cushioning as the others, so be warned.
01-08-2014 09:05 PM
Genesis, Diode or Capo

Hey guys, at the moment I'm looking for a new set of bindings and had my heart set on 2014 Ride El Hefes but it seems there is a global shortage of my size (and it's hard enough to get anything nice in Aust. anyway).

The 3 other bindings I'm looking at are the 2014 models of the Diodes, Genesis and Capos and I was looking for some input and opinions on which would be the best. I was mainly looking for bindings on the stiffer side but my mate has a par of Genesis and says they're awesome. I'll take any other suggestions into account too.

At the moment I'm riding a 157 LT TRS with Rome 390 Bosses (looking to replace) and Ride Insano boots. I mostly ride on groomed runs with some back country and park depending on how confident I'm feeling and what my mates are up to.

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