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08-28-2014 01:01 AM
Strewth Hi Nein11. Thanks for the feedback.

We've had very little issue with snow getting under the footbed. Just in case though, the footbed is configured so it can be easily lifted out and the snow brushed away. We haven't had to do it though.

As for difficult situations, you have normal binding straps. So you can always choose whether to use the step-in system, or get in the usual way. We've found the step-in works well in most spots. Snow jamming and working in difficult conditions have been two of the main points we've focused on during the design work.

A name will probably always be a love/hate thing. It is easy to remember though
08-28-2014 12:46 AM
Nein11 Concencept looks cool and exactly the kind of thing my wife would like to use (she is a devoted flow user now).

Off the top of my head:

Being from the Pacific Northwest I would really be concerned about our cascade cement getting under the step in pedal and making actuating it impossible.

Thinking about getting into those while on a steep slope in deep heavy pow or in/out in a tree well makes me wonder.

I HATE the name. (Sorry if its some ones last name or favorite aunt) Why not; Backdoor bindings or Romper Stomper bindings or Johnny Rotten bindings...or just about anything else.
08-27-2014 11:12 PM
Strewth Hey Kevin137

No, the original Indiegogo campaign did not meet the funding goal, so no bindings shipped last year. We did offer refunds to the Indiegogo backers, but the majority have chosen to wait as they like the concept (which is why they backed it).

We've been in touch with them all and will be getting some samples together for them this year if the Kickstarter does not succeed.

In hindsight Kickstarter is a better model, as noone pays unless the goal is met. Unfortunately Kickstarter wasn't available in Australia last year.
08-27-2014 04:30 PM
Mizu Kuma
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because most people have their arms on the outside?
Yeah, but it's what's on the inside that counts!!!!!
08-27-2014 04:06 PM
Manicmouse
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because most people have their arms on the outside?
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08-27-2014 02:27 PM
td.1000
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Side note/rant: When possible I switch my ratchets (right to left) so that they're on the inside of my feet, rather than outside. I've never understood why all binding makers put the ratchets on the outside.
because most people have their arms on the outside?
08-27-2014 02:20 PM
Kevin137 TO THE OP

So on Indeigogo, you sold 20 early bird sets and 5 international sets... Last year...

So can i ask, did you get these delivered on time...???

And where are the reviews from those who purchased the units...???
01-14-2013 07:31 PM
Nivek I've seen. And I'm scared.
01-14-2013 04:02 PM
RedRomo One reason I retired my Cinch bindings after 1 season was the fact they didn't open far enough for me to easily get my boot in. Your's looks to be about the same 35* opening as the Cinch.

Also, why not put the lever on the inside of the binding?

Side note/rant: When possible I switch my ratchets (right to left) so that they're on the inside of my feet, rather than outside. I've never understood why all binding makers put the ratchets on the outside.
01-14-2013 03:52 PM
ShredLife
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And does anyone else remember the last time we had hands free entry bindings? Clicker. Typing that sends shivers down my spine.
clickers are BACK son.

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