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getting used to
I am still learning the best adjustment for these bindings. If you get the adjustment right, they work like a step in binding should. But if it not correct, you will experience difficulty in getting the back up with ease or feet being cold. I tend to cinch things tight for support, but these give plenty of support without being cinched as tight as a regular binding. They are very light for a step in. When using a rack for transport many boards, they often have to be place bindings up because is not enough room between the car and the rack. They look great and seem to show little wear.I am liking them more and more as I use them.
In the beginning it was a little hard to get in them, but after a couple of tries piece of cake. So much easier than strapping on a regular binding.
waiting to be impressed
Only bunny runs open, so no true test of their ability. A little irritated at the plastic buckles; they seem weak. Hard to fit boots just right for being able to not adjust just step in fit. Be patient. I will update as I am able to take some serious runs with them this year.
What's the difference between the Minx's...
What's the difference between the Minx's I-Flex Powerstrap and the 3D I-Flex Powerstrap (on the Essence)? It looks like that's the only difference between the two models, so is it worth the price difference to get the Essence? Thanks.
the minx i beleave have a rachete for the top of the bindings so you can crank them down... makes a difference for that rider looking to step it up a notch...
What does the top/front strap design look...
What does the top/front strap design look like?
It has Flow written in Script writing and a cool looking flower/branches etc going across. It is stylin'