I too love my clickers and skylord boots. I went with the clicker snowshoes and bindings for a few boards. Bought another pair of boots for the eventuality that I will wear the first pair out. Nothing easier than stepping in and out of my snowshoes and right into the board. No messing with a splitboard and skins. In and out. Always seemed strange to me that the "trauma park", kid market somehow trumps all the rest of us who love to be able to click right off the chair and ride. Snowkiters may be another, small market for the clickers. I saw a post the other day about a kiter who mounted a pair of clickers to some MSR shoes...like the original clicker shoes. I do not think that there are any non-ratchet bindings on the market...Good luck with it.
Yeah cause the 10 of you that want a product really should trump the thousands of people.
I am trying to find out if there is any interest left for people who would buy new clicker bindings i.e. Magma or Plasma. I for one love the system and have contacted K2 with the possibility of acquiring the rights to manufacture the clicker system. Furthermore, I am in the process of contacting Shimano in order to make the Skylord boots again.
Why do you think they would be better than say...rear entry bindings? Just curious. (interesting idea)
2015/16 -9- Kirkwood days
Arbor A-Frame 158 2009-10
Jeremy Jones Hovercraft 156, 2011/12
Subaru WRX 06
Easy there bud, all in good fun. I kinda like seeing the different equipment being used out and about. Should've seen the monoski contingent up at Whistler for the peak to creek racing
What are you trying to prove with the $7 flows anyway? They're probably pretty good bindings... no idea why they'd be cut down to that price... maybe the jokes on you, could've got em and flicked them for a profit perhaps