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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-27-2008, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
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Burton Freestyle (bindings) any good?

some burton freestyles up on WM. anyone have any positive or negative feedback on these?

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Cheapest binding Burton Makes. 100% plastic. Hold out for something better. They should have the Ride RX bindings up again before the end of the day.

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I picked a pair up on sale for $80. They have been good and have had no problems so far. I can't tell you about durability because I haven't had them long enough.
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See. Ride RX bindings with the aluminium heel cup ar back up. I would buy those over the Burton Freestyles any day.

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I would buy Ride Rx's over the top'o'the line Burton Bindings myself, but that's because Burton bindings remind me of some playschool my first sony shit, and I've seen a few of them break and broken one pair of freestyles myself.

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