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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-09-2008, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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Targas too much?

Are Targas too much to handle for a beginner?

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You're a beginner?
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You're a beginner?
Well more like beginner/intermediate. I catergorize my level on experience and since I don't have as much experience other people, I call myself a beginner/intermediate.

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Nah men, go ahead those bindings kick ass. Never buy something at your level, always something better that you can grow into. I wish I had my 390's since the beginning, they light and very responsive.


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I've ridden targas for a while and they are pretty awesome, they were my first advanced binding. My only complaint about them was that when I would barrow my buddies Ride Beta Movements I would always find that Ride had some more dampening in their bindings, which is why I'm going to go for the CAD bindings next year. But I really don't have any complaints about my Targas, I'm just the kinda guy that likes to upgrade unnecessarily. Another plus about the Targa is that it is very customizeable too.
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Pluck out the stiffer C flex insert and put the softer one in and essentially it'll have as much forward flex as a 390.
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Are Targas too much to handle for a beginner?
from one beginner to another, nope.
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