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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-13-2008, 12:52 AM
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Any experience with the Burton's P1 bindings?

I picked up a pair of Burton's P1 bindings (last years, not the newer P1.1 model) and I was wondering if anyone had some thoughts about them or experience using them. I'd like to pair them up with my Bataleon Evil Twin 151 for the upcoming season. They seem to be built pretty well, solid strap, buckles etc...and they seem pretty cushy with a gel heel pad. Any thoughts on the responsiveness and flex would be greatly appreciated.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-13-2008, 11:11 PM
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They're softer cartels with smooshier staps. Good park binding and one of the few I'd buy from Burton. They'll do you well on the evil twin. But if you decide to try something else, K2 formulas, Union Forces, and Rome 390's are my top 3 park bindings this year.

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yes, on the softer side but not mush, very comfortable. if you like a very stiff rigid binding you won't like these.
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Its a caddy binding ment for plush comfort.


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I've got some 06 p1 carbons that have held up pretty well. They rode cush last year and I'll try to squeeze one more season on em on my new Lib TRS BTS 154.
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