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06-26-2012 07:57 AM
ETM I only took one pic on my phone this week. I dont take a heap of pics or footage in Australian snow cause its generally not that great.



I took these last week after a short hike to the top of mt blue calf, this was before the 50cm+ dump we had this weekend.




And took this at my camp site, I camp just below the snowline although there was snow there this week.
06-26-2012 07:33 AM
dreampow
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I am mid way through a horror story with burton diodes too but I will leave comment on that till they ship me the parts that have already broken after 3 days of riding!
Bummer, hope they fix you up.

At least you have some snow down there, any pics?
06-26-2012 06:44 AM
ETM I am mid way through a horror story with burton diodes too but I will leave comment on that till they ship me the parts that have already broken after 3 days of riding!
06-26-2012 06:40 AM
dreampow Cartels are solid man, of course someone might have a horror story, but in general people on here rate them highly.

Rome are also rated well on here and some people love unions (not me though) and flux.

I personally think cartels are an awesome all round binding with great comfort and features. Missions would do the job just fine too.
06-26-2012 06:13 AM
pleiades
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...they are just glued on.
THE FUCK?!?!
OK... so the alternative is just a normal old set of cartels?
Anyone got some horror story about those?!?!
06-26-2012 03:56 AM
ETM This is what happened to my SP Fastec mountain bindings (SP fastec make the GNU bindings). They ratchet fell off, they are just glued on.

06-24-2012 07:53 AM
pleiades
Bindings

Hey team what are the Gnu Mutant bindings like? they look killer/super easy to use/tight!... thoughts?
06-17-2012 06:41 PM
Basti In my opinion, the YES Pick your Line in 164 or 167 is your board. Amazing float in deep pow (tapered, softer nose, plenty of setback options) and a heavy charger on groomers.
06-17-2012 04:26 PM
cjcameron11 Yeah the 2013's
06-17-2012 01:10 PM
jdang307
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2 things, number 1 I don't know if that board is a great option seeing as you have a size 12 foot and the waist is a 252mm, maybe it doesn't matter too much in powder but I'm guessing you would have some decent toe/heel drag.

Number 2 I like the targas, you can adjust the shit out of them and make them softer flexing or stiffer, also really comfortable, I also just got the raiden phantoms and they are super comfy and quite responsive, they feel lighter and have a good feeling under foot.
The 2013 phantoms? I think they changed the straps this year. That's the binding I'm waiting on.
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