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03-08-2008 11:46 PM
Mellow Yellow I ride CO2's on a Vapor and I love them, I purchased both at the same time though, so it's hard to say how much of the comfort is the board and how much is the bindings. One extra tip, if you get the CO2s definately get the bright yellow one's, they really stand out.
02-22-2008 03:49 PM
Mr. Right I really think that if you are looking for a soft binding get the Ride Deltas, if you want stiffer bindings get the Ride RX, and if you like superior responsiveness get Ride Spi's. Why mess around with an overpriced pile of plastic with a big sideways B on it? Burton does make decent boards and great boots but I don't think they have the upper hand AT ALL in the binding market. My .02 cents.
02-22-2008 03:41 PM
fl0w Is cartel also for freestyle?
02-21-2008 02:26 PM
fl0w So the cartels are for freestyle and freeride?

Greatz
02-21-2008 01:42 PM
Phenom
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Originally Posted by fl0w View Post
The owner of the burton shop said it was made for the park. Are the cartels stiff of flex? I guess flex so park.
But probably I will go for the p1's
If you just grab the Cartels in your hand and try to bend them you can tell they are pretty stiff, much stiffer than Customs or P1s for example.
02-21-2008 11:17 AM
ecave84 its my understanding that the regular cartels are stiff. If you get the cartel low backs though i would think you would have more mobility.
02-21-2008 11:12 AM
fl0w
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How are the Cartels made for park? I thought you want bindings with more flex for park and stiff bindings like the Cartels for freeride.
The owner of the burton shop said it was made for the park. Are the cartels stiff of flex? I guess flex so park.
But probably I will go for the p1's
02-21-2008 01:08 AM
Phenom
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Originally Posted by fl0w View Post
Cartel is made for the park
P1 is made for park + freeride
CO2 for park + freeride

I just called with a owner of a burton shop.
I'm going for the P1's or the Cartels i can't decide.
How are the Cartels made for park? I thought you want bindings with more flex for park and stiff bindings like the Cartels for freeride.
02-20-2008 05:57 PM
megladan
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Originally Posted by fl0w View Post
Cartel is made for the park
P1 is made for park + freeride
CO2 for park + freeride

I just called with a owner of a burton shop.
I'm going for the P1's or the Cartels i can't decide.
go with the p1s.. you dont feel them on your feet.
02-20-2008 02:43 PM
fl0w Cartel is made for the park
P1 is made for park + freeride
CO2 for park + freeride

I just called with a owner of a burton shop.
I'm going for the P1's or the Cartels i can't decide.
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