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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 11:49 AM
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Burton or Ride bindings?

Hello

I'm gonna buy some new bindings on ebay but I can't decide which.

- Burton CO2/Cartel/p1
- Ride EX

You guys allready tested some of these bindings? give me some info then!

Thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 01:04 PM
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Well, I don't know much about the Burton CO2's but I have the Ride RX series. It only a little different from the EX. I really like mine, that and I love that Ride uses metal as opposed to plastics on thier bindings.
post #3 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 01:23 PM
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bought the p1s super comfortable, wish they were a little more responsive but i dont ride big mountains here in NY
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Oke thanks for the comments so far.

But another question, I've got boots 9 1/2 (US). Can I put them on Burton Large?
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check burtons website. i think their lrg bindings are for 10-12. you might need a med.

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hello dear !! ok my favorit bindingar is Cartel 2008 ...becouse they are perfect flex for freestyle and works very good all mountain.. ihave tasted co 2 and ride too, but not P1 ( i know they are to soft ! Pi if you are on rails more than anything. The Ride are nice becouse of the metal but check the back cap ! is not to wide and long ! so is heavier too,

get the cartel but most be 2008 ...ok
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hello dear !! ok my favorit bindingar is Cartel 2008 ...becouse they are perfect flex for freestyle and works very good all mountain.. ihave tasted co 2 and ride too, but not P1 ( i know they are to soft ! Pi if you are on rails more than anything. The Ride are nice becouse of the metal but check the back cap ! is not to wide and long ! so is heavier too,

get the cartel but most be 2008 ...ok
Ride....EX, RX, SPi, Delta etc.

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I own the Ride SPis and Burton Cartels. The Rides are much more of an all mountain freeride binding that is very responsive due to the low torsional flex and all aluminum construction. Quality is top notch, and the ratchets are some of the nicest ones i've seen. But the ratchets are sharp at the fingering and may tear up your gloves but shouldn't be an issue if you are careful. The Burton's are also very nice, more of an all mountain freestyle binding but works well in both park and trails. Good response, light, and has more give than the Ride's to compensate for less than perfect landings. Its personal preference, but i keep my Ride's on my freeride setup and use the Burton's for everything else. The Ride do have better construction and quality in my opinion though.

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the p1s arent that soft!! i wouldnt call em a complete freestyle binding..
post #10 of 25 (permalink) Old 02-19-2008, 11:50 AM
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you have $329.95, $219, and $279.95 burton bindings

and 150 dollar ride bindings. Why not consider some of the higher end ride bindings?

(i just grabbed these prices before sales of dogfunk and the house)
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