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I'm looking to get a setup for real playful time on the snow(jibbing, buttering, rails, kickers, ect.). I recently bought the Burton Me Nug 142 and have to buy new bindings as my other 2 boards use the 4X4 mounting system and the nug requires channels. I ride a 151 Saloman Sanchez board with Saloman Classic bindings for most everything. Been looking at union's and Burton EST's, didn't know if there were other Channel bindings out there. Recommendations?
 

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I just bought the Salomon Hologram bindings. Have been riding my summer park I built a few years back. They truly are the comfortable bindings I have ever used.
 

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I was just talking to my friend (an avid park rider) who has had the last two models ('12 and '13) Burton Malavitas. He is a stickler with ankle straps, and he claimed the '13 vitas changed the ankle strap and were much less comfortable/padded than the '12 ones. So much so, he sold the '13s and went back to riding the '12s.

Just food for thought.
 

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Just an FYI with the burton, you're not restricted to only the EST bindings. The reflex line and most other manufactureres have conversion discs available for the channel system. I just picked up some genesis bindings for my nug
 

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Just an FYI with the burton, you're not restricted to only the EST bindings. The reflex line and most other manufactureres have conversion discs available for the channel system. I just picked up some genesis bindings for my nug
That. Pretty much all current bindings will work on Burton channel boards.
 
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