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I have a pair of bindings I bought about 2 years ago at a sketchy ski shop. I don't remember how much I paid. Now im getting a new board and want to sell the old board and bindings but I cant't seem to identify the bindings. The bindings are Ride and the only thing notable about them is that they have a lever that when lifted detaches the binding from the baseplate allowing easier storage and changing the angle. Noone from any ski shop i've been to knows what they are but they say they're really old. Thanks in advance :)

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I remember seeing that disc a long while ago. They were being used as a demo/rental binding. I think it is likely that these were designed for that purpose. It is very likely that they were not sold to the public. A lot of companies have made bindings with similarly adjustable baseplates as they greatly speed up the turnaround time in a rental/demo scenario. The downside is additional weight so for individual rider use the rotational bindings have never really caught on.
 

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my buddy had those bindings on his old board.

they weren't ride brand, same disc mechanism tho...
 
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