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Old 03-14-2008, 09:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone try the jereme jones board est binding system it looks kool but im not sure wat kind it is its prolly a type that i didnt't c
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Burton developed a new type of binding system for 2007/2008. Normal bindings won't work with any Burton board with the channel system. I would suggest going to Burton's web site and watching the video they have on how to set up the EST/ICS boards. It's educational and should answer any questions you have.
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anyone try the jereme jones board est binding system it looks kool but im not sure wat kind it is its prolly a type that i didnt't c
hmmm? Try proper grammer, then maybe i'll be able to understand you.
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hmmm? Try proper grammer, then maybe i'll be able to understand you.
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Burton developed a new type of binding system for 2007/2008. Normal bindings won't work with any Burton board with the channel system. I would suggest going to Burton's web site and watching the video they have on how to set up the EST/ICS boards. It's educational and should answer any questions you have.

Actually, Burton boards with ICS come with discs to retro-fit standard bindings.
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Old 04-24-2008, 04:53 AM   #6 (permalink)
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E.s.t. bindings ! i rode this bindings with a jeremy jones ...with the pad under and with out it.... first is very smooth and feels comfy...yes nice riding . with out it ...feels the snow like never before, very precise riding ( dont use in hard pack snow ...) yes i will said all the boards shut change to this est/ ics system .

is very progrsive but doesnt think abot this will make you a better rider ! is you who decide to be a better rider.
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