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04-17-2011 09:32 AM
,andreas I don't follow. :/
04-17-2011 06:13 AM
outlyr 70 footers huh, planning a trip to K2 are ya?
04-17-2011 12:13 AM
cjs2002 TT30s are my favorite bindings in 15 years of riding. no pressure points!
04-17-2011 12:07 AM
Nivek Yeah TT30's.
04-16-2011 09:52 PM
cjs2002 tt30s all the way. wait til september.
04-16-2011 09:32 PM
tt30s vs se30s

I have 70 bones of store credit for the house and I'd like to get bindings. I'm pretty much deadset on tt30's, but the house actually HAS se30's and they're in my correct size. Is it worth buying them instead of the tt30's? I'm taking next season very seriously and stepping my game up. 70 foot jumps are going down next season so they have to hold up for that Flex can be whatever, just not like they're made of rubber erasers. I need them to be fairly responsive and they have to work in tight wooded sections. They basically have to be able to do everything. So are the se30's for me?

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