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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-21-2008, 10:56 PM
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Triad V EST Burton Bindings

Im looking at buying one or the other, i ride all mountian and are heading to canada at the end of the year to work and snowbard, just wanna know what you guys think are the better quality binding or whihc they say is the better binding and any infomation or experience you guys might have useing them, Thanks also if you could tell me what retail price you payed for a pair would be mad. thanks.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-22-2008, 10:13 PM
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I had the triads for about 15 runs until my board got stolen by some fucking douche but anyways while i was riding them they were great, it was late in the season and wisconsin sucks along with the bump called a mountian I have to ride cuz its close and i cant drive the triads were great for buttering and i had amazing control over my board and they were very comfy, also the triads were quite stiff so that would work well for all mountain riding but im a park rat so it didnt really float my boat, but i was a bit scared about the highback breaking and burtons binders know for breaking until the guy at my shop said hed replace whatever breaks on them so why not, but if i was you i'd look at union especially the forces because they last forever and ride amazing.

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