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10-24-2013 07:05 PM
Logan14 Anyone tried the K2 Indys from 2013?
10-24-2013 07:00 PM
Pixel8tedOne
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Originally Posted by 9won4 View Post
Buckle your straps of your loose foot, a couple clicks down prior to loading on the lift, or what not....... I generally do this with all bindings to keep my highback down.
Ditto, I got in habit of clipping the toe strap and then put everything else under the highback and fold it down as I had the same problems of the straps falling everywhere on my 390s. I just picked up some '13 formulas so I could move the 390's back to my Legacy, I found the weight of the formulas to be pretty close to the 390 - nothing that you'd really notice.
09-19-2013 09:51 AM
9won4
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Originally Posted by mitch19 View Post
I love my k2 formulas, I have two pairs. The only thing I have a love/hate relationship with is the ankle hinge, it is normally great, but I have found sometime that if I have had to skate/ride one footed and go to strap in, the strap will be under the board.
Buckle your straps of your loose foot, a couple clicks down prior to loading on the lift, or what not....... I generally do this with all bindings to keep my highback down.

Great binding no complaints with mine! almost got the autoevers, but was dissuaded by the cable
02-12-2013 08:13 AM
baldy yes they are relatively heavy. I have them on the first year sl and that setup is a tank in comparison to my evo with flux ds30's. but with the weight they are awesome for all mtn riding, extremely plush and comfortable, it's got all the tech I want in a binding just wish it was lighter
02-12-2013 07:56 AM
snowklinger K2's are a bit on the heavy side, but they put alot of plush bells and whistles in there. You can feel the diference when you hold them, but I assure you that the weight of half a glass of water does not make them perform any less.

Unless you are hiking more than riding lifts, the concerns of weight on this forum are totally whack(you will see it all over the place) and something to ignore completely.

(not calling anybody out just trying to steer this thing back to the path of truth and light )
02-12-2013 07:41 AM
odvan
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Originally Posted by mitch19 View Post
Defiantly! I have a pair on my SL which I use for all mountain free riding and then a pair on a K2 WWW which I use as my park/muck around board. I have ridden them hard and fast on the SL and they felt super solid.
Thank you, now I'll wait for upcoming sales to see what is more affordable.
02-12-2013 07:24 AM
mitch19
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Good! What is your preferred style of riding? I'm doing so far only freeride on groomers mostly, but wanna do some jumps and tricks. So maybe I need bindings more for freeriding rather freestyle. Would Formulas do the trick?
Defiantly! I have a pair on my SL which I use for all mountain free riding and then a pair on a K2 WWW which I use as my park/muck around board. I have ridden them hard and fast on the SL and they felt super solid.
02-12-2013 07:19 AM
odvan
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I have them on my SL and they're great match
Good! What is your preferred style of riding? I'm doing so far only freeride on groomers mostly, but wanna do some jumps and tricks. So maybe I need bindings more for freeriding rather freestyle. Would Formulas do the trick?
02-12-2013 02:08 AM
mitch19
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I wanna buy Never Summer SL and some good bindings, considering Formulas and also Union Atlas, Burton Cartels. What is the lightest gear?
I have them on my SL and they're great match
02-11-2013 03:14 PM
odvan
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I have those two, the only thing i can say I don't like about them is that they are pretty heavy
How much they weigh?
In description it says "Pro-Fusion GF chassis lightness" - is it really that heavy or it's relative?

I wanna buy Never Summer SL and some good bindings, considering Formulas and also Union Atlas, Burton Cartels. What is the lightest gear?
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