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I just bought these Cinch bindings. After...
I just bought these Cinch bindings. After mounting them to my board I noticed that my boot hangs over the back edge... so after further research it seems that they are multi-disc capable, however the off-set discs were not included with the bindings...so...long question long, I was wondering if there are discs that I can purchase and if so where can I purchase them from....?
I just purchased K2 Cinch bindings and a...
I just purchased K2 Cinch bindings and a new Burton Lux board. When I went to install the bindings the screws appear to be too long and with all screws in place, tightened down (to the point of bottoming out) there is stil SIGNIFICANT movement in the binding. We tried screws from a different board, same problem. We also tried Burton screws and they are all the same length giving me the same problem. Has anyone been able to put on these bindings?
What's the difference between mens and...
What's the difference between mens and womens models - besides color?
Womens bindings are designed to fit our smaller feet and the incredibly small boards that the industry cranks out for women. I generally take a medium in womens binding and a small in mens. The most important thing is that they fit your boots well.
Will this binding work on last year's...
Will this binding work on last year's Burton Feelgood? A rep from my neighborhood shop told me that I can only use Burton bindings on my board... kinda lame!
That's not true. You just have to make sure that the bindings you get come with the 3-hole plates, not just 4-hole. Some newer bindings (like these) are also now coming with universal plates which will fit anything. http://www.k2snowboarding.com/technology/footbedMake sure the feel good does not have EST technology. I can not remember what boards had it last year and which did not. it should have 3 hole pattern compatible base plates. If the board is EST than you can only use burton EST's