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|12-23-2011 02:14 PM|
|syphabiscuit||What lilfoot says!!|
|12-23-2011 01:32 PM|
Burton is the worst way to go if you are on a budget, to be honest. However, the Lexas are definitely a solid binding.
Check out Rome Madisons, Union (Milan or Trilogy), and K2 Agogos. I've also heard great things about Flux.
The Feelgood is NOT a soft-medium board. There are probably better, and cheaper, choices out there for you. Check out the Roxy Ollie Pop, the Never Summer Pandora, the Arbor Cadence, and the Rome Vinyl.
|12-23-2011 12:12 PM|
|12-23-2011 11:37 AM|
|12-23-2011 11:24 AM|
|sb60||I wouldn't say a Feelgood is soft to medium flex. I used to ride one. Not a lot of flex between the bindings. The new v-rocker might be better. You can use any bindings on a non-est burton board. If money was not a problem I'd say a never summer infinitely.|
|12-23-2011 08:44 AM|
|12-23-2011 08:32 AM|
Originally Posted by readimag View Post
|12-23-2011 08:00 AM|
|readimag||yeah the 3 hole pattern on the board will not fit with est, so you just need to look for non est bindings.|
|12-23-2011 07:57 AM|
|johnnymac||Also if anyone has some other suggestions as far as a non burton board that would be good for her that would be great. She is about 5'4" and 130lbs. Something with a soft-medium flex and that won't break the bank would be good. Suggest bindings for the board you suggest please. Thanks|
|12-23-2011 07:50 AM|
Thanks for your help guys. So just a few quick questions. Are you guys sure the Burton Lexa EST's would fit on the Feelgood board? The board I am looking at has the diamond hole pattern not the slits for the bindings. If anyone has time check these out for me and see if they look alright for a match.
BURTON LEXA EST WOMEN'S BINDINGS - GLOW BLUE/SMALL | eBay
Burton Feelgood Snowboard | eBay
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