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02-12-2008 12:48 AM
squishydonut
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Originally Posted by gearmeout View Post
you betcha. I've rarely seen deals on WM go as fast.
lol, i saw that too. out of 29 i got #5. refreshed the page and it was sold out.

EDIT: m'eh to all the fugly womens clothes and all those things only in "small."
02-12-2008 12:23 AM
gearmeout
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Originally Posted by squishydonut View Post
did you get them off of that WM sale as well?
you betcha. I've rarely seen deals on WM go as fast.
02-12-2008 12:13 AM
squishydonut
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Originally Posted by gearmeout View Post
true. My 08 Targas just arrived tonight and YES, they are fairly stiff. I'm thoroughly impressed at the overall build quality and quality of materials that went into these bindings. An amazing value even at full price. I still prefer the straps on the P1 and higher burton bindings, but for the money, I'd get the Targas.
did you get them off of that WM sale as well?
02-12-2008 12:03 AM
landonk5 hey guys i got my targas a while ago and they're super
sick. if you want to adjust anything, there is a way
to do it. the toe strap, heel strap, forward lean,
and toe ramp can all be adjusted on the mountain, as
most bindings can. but you can also adjust the heel cup,
high back rotation, and position of the heel strap(which
needs a screw driver). these bindings are amazing.
im going to ride them for the first time saturday
and ill tell you guys how they compare(to me) to the
Burton P1's.
02-11-2008 11:45 PM
gearmeout
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Originally Posted by squishydonut View Post
heard targas are pretty stiff.
true. My 08 Targas just arrived tonight and YES, they are fairly stiff. I'm thoroughly impressed at the overall build quality and quality of materials that went into these bindings. An amazing value even at full price. I still prefer the straps on the P1 and higher burton bindings, but for the money, I'd get the Targas.
02-11-2008 10:29 PM
squishydonut heard targas are pretty stiff.
02-11-2008 08:24 PM
kri$han DAMN!

the black 390's JUST sold out.. and I was about to place my order... are Targa's good for park riding?... its white targa's or white or green 390's left....

damnnit
02-06-2008 03:55 PM
b_to_the_c when it comes to boots i actually like to try them on in person, and maybe get a few pairs recommended by the shop. this way you won't wind up having to send any boots back if they don't fit. then, in case of a high pressure sales tactic, tell them you can't make up your mind and then go try to find the best deal on one of the recommended boots online.
02-06-2008 01:50 PM
andrew_schenk what site is it?
02-06-2008 01:44 PM
micah323 just found the agent on sale for $330 and the 390's from the same site for $129 (targas for $160)

Think I am going to jump on this. I was iffy between the sl and the agent, but now that I have found the agent for $50 less with free shipping I think this is the correct choice.

Now on to boots. An even harder choice since everyone's feet are different
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