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March 15, 2012
Went from burton mission to these beauts. They are super adjustable and the easy in easy out isn't a joke, you pop into these things so fast, just might take a bit of adjusting on your first go to get the perfect feel. If you have the green go for these, really comfortable.
My husband wears a 12 boot and my son wears an 11.5--will the XL be an appropriate fit for their big feet?
November 11, 2012
The XL will be perfect. I fit these bindings at Demo's all day long, and know that just about every 12 boot fit the XL just fine. Slight adjustments should get you dialed in perfectly.
By: Dan Scherman
November 27, 2012
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February 10, 2012
Writing and inital review on these, I don't think theres enough reviews out on the Fastec Gnu bindings yet. I will post an update after riding them a few times.
I didnt actually purchase the "Park" bindings, but the "Choice" bindings - which have slight upgrades.
I'm used to Burton (Mission/P1/Cartel) bindings, I like the toe cap strap and the security of a fixed hinge highback. These Gnu bindings are a new direction for me.
After mounting on my board - I found it pretty easy to make adjustments, rotate my highbacks, etc.
The forward lean on the Choice is a tool-less turnbuckle threaded screw on the cable which simply makes the cable tighter.
In and out on these is a piece of cake. Release the lever, flip the highback down and the ankle strap pops loose automatically so you can pull your boot out.
I recommend watching the setup videos on Gnu.com.
Pros: very lightweight, easy in/out, nice adjustability
Cons: alot of release levers have me questioning long-term durability.
** UPDATE 3/5/12: - Used these for a solid week in Utah - very nice. No issues at all. Once you get the straps dialed in to fit your boot tight enough with no pressure points and no heel lift they are rock solid and ready to go.
i wear a size 9 salomon F20...what size should i pick...a size M or L gnu park?
March 13, 2012
So what boots are recomended to fit these bindings? Knowing my luck my bulky 32 boots wouldnt fit the toe strap.
Also, if im size 11.5 boot what size should i get
November 4, 2012
I'd go with the medium.
By: Arthur Debowski
March 13, 2012
January 29, 2012
I used to own a pair of binding that I was constantly having to sit down to strap in. These binding definitely save the cold wet bum!
I don't ride park, but was looking so a set of bindings that I could get into quickly and easily. I was also looking for a set of bindings that would stand up to my size (6'9" and 300lbs). I have used them 3 days and love everything about them. The closed toe has made a big difference in controlling my heel edge. The stepping into the back of the binding took a little getting use to, but by the 3rd day was a piece of cake.
The ability to preset all of your straps and just flip the heel up, lock the heel and lock your mid foot is the biggest asset to me. Getting in is simple and quick with no sit down.
The only down side is the toe cap slipping up a little. I have only used them 3 days, so I am sure it is only a small adjustment that I am missing. I also don't know how they will hold up in the park, but they hold up great for the free ride. I am sure that they would hold up in park. aluminum construction is top notch!
- Ankle Strap:
- single panel inverse seam
- Toe Strap:
- inverse seam
- s-Lab (aluminum)
- Baseplate Padding:
- Ratchet Type:
- medium-stiff (7 of 10 on Gnu's scale)
- 4-hole, 3-hole
- Recommended Use:
- freestyle, all-mountain
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year