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11-13-2010 04:49 PM
PowSurfer set up with your normal angles, I just rotate the highbacks to be more square to the edge. I don't use a lot of forward lean as they already have plenty. Just play around after you ride them a few times, you'll dig em!
11-13-2010 04:25 PM
Principal PowSurfer I am VERY glad to hear that. Anything I should know about set-up for the Heritage you think that might help me out of the gate?
11-13-2010 03:39 PM
PowSurfer I am an old fart as well, big mtn freerider (no park for me) and I have C60s on all 3 of my boards. $200 is a great price, your gonna dig em for sure!
11-12-2010 11:41 PM
Principal Got'em! They are not as light as I was expecting, but the forward lean does not seem to be extreme unless you really dial them down. They are very solid. I can't wait to see how responsive they are.
11-12-2010 04:40 PM

People refer to all mountain or do everything bindings and I am not looking for that as pipe, park, and rails spell pain and humilation for me. So I am all groomers, POW, crud and looking for an ocassional place to get my board off the snow and in to the air. I am picking up the c60's today for $200, but wouldn't mind hedging my bet with bindings that I could resell after getting them as it seems NO ONE local has anything to actually get my hands on.
11-12-2010 01:57 PM
Mysticfalcon I find the Burton Triads to be super comfy and stiff and responsive. They have so much padding that you can really have responsive without feeling like things are too tight. Ive got them on 2 of my boards.
11-12-2010 01:07 PM
DC5R if you're looking for responsive but you could take anywhere bindings, I'd suggest looking at Ride Delta Mvmt or Rome Targas. This should help reduce your stable of bindings
11-11-2010 09:08 PM
Principal WOW! Thank you all for the informed opinions. I should also say stiff (in this case) is not nearly as important as responsive even though it seems they are often one in the same. My only problem is now I want to buy a stable of bindings!
11-11-2010 12:06 PM
plagtr2 Looks like they have SPI's in size L here @ $159.00, FWIW...
Ride SPi Snowboard Binding 09-10 - dealer snowboards - Magento - Snowboard. - Ski Pro
11-11-2010 01:06 AM
Lstarrasl You should have been at sports chalet when they had the SPi's for 70% off...
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