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09-18-2012 04:50 PM
Donutz
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Originally Posted by Frozen View Post
Rear entry is gay.
From the Department of Redundant Redundancies.

Or was that freudian?
09-18-2012 02:09 PM
TLN
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Originally Posted by ShredLife View Post
check out NOW bindings. you might be the .05% that would like them.
Nope =)
As far as i understand the mechanics of theese, the footbed touches the board itself, and there's no way to put my toes up on one foot and heel on another.

A disk with a angled cut will work for this. like one under bomber TD series, or ibex cant plate. But that makes life a bit complicated, and i cannot get ibex new from a shop.

Check out catek (OS2 or FR2, idea is the same) or ride CAD(or NRC). four screws in baseplate. That's exactly what i want: simple and easy.
09-18-2012 01:48 PM
ShredLife check out NOW bindings. you might be the .05% that would like them.
09-18-2012 01:41 PM
TLN
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Originally Posted by blunted_nose View Post
burton, Rome, ride, union, forum and others...
Oh. really.
that's "Side" canting. I want the oppisote direction.
i want to lift toe side on my front foot, and heelside on my backfoot.

I know only bomber canting plates for $169 for this.

the CAD bindings i own, got 4 points i can lift my footbed independently. so is for CATEK, but this binding are for carving, thay can hurt your board on a imperfect landing.
09-18-2012 01:26 PM
blunted_nose
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Originally Posted by BurtonAvenger View Post
No one makes canted base plates? Have you not looked at the market lately almost all companies offer it now.
burton, Rome, ride, union, forum and others...
09-18-2012 01:14 PM
BurtonAvenger No one makes canted base plates? Have you not looked at the market lately almost all companies offer it now.
09-18-2012 12:25 PM
TLN C'mon men, put a canting base as RIDE NRC or CAD had, some carbon fiber like Union Force MC and some aluminum as in Catek FR2. and i'd buy this. =)

Honestly i prefer stiff and responsive bindings with lots of a metal or carbon. Get a canting base in this as, noone makes this (except catek) and you win!

ps. rear entry is gay
09-18-2012 12:10 PM
sabatoa
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
If this mans binding ideas don't include electronics and maybe a solar array, I'm not interested. My phone battery always dies from going on roam and I need some bindings to juice it up.

tyvm
Don't forget adding an avie beacon and a built in heater to keep the battery warm.
09-18-2012 11:55 AM
ShredLife i just invented a new binding with a fleshlight built in.... these bindings WILL suck your dick on the way down the mountain!
09-18-2012 06:28 AM
Frozen Rear entry is gay. Put more LED's on it.
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