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Didn't like the highback wing...
3 5

To be honest I did not like the highback wing on these. I found it got in the way and didn't really do anything. The asymmetrical ankle strap on the other hand is fantastic! It really adds when you lean back or forward covering more surface area of your boot. The full cover foot bed is nice and comfy under foot and is on almost all burton bindings recently.
I also didn't like the toe cap strap. It did not stretch to fit at all and would always slip when I tried to ratchet it down tight.
Over all I think this binding was a bit of a flop but it did hold me to my board for a few seasons so it does have a place in my heart.


Amazing camber
5 5

The S-rocker profile on this board is beyond amazing. The float it has keeps me above the deep stuff far along the flats at the end of a run. You can feel the big blunt nose pull up above the snow like it has a flotation device on the front. Better than the hovercraft I would think because there's no option to ride switch when weaving between trees or traversing with the hovercraft. I'm 175lbs and ride the 164. I ride a big boarder-cross board so i'm used to the size but would still recommend going bigger for extra float and support.


Loving these poles!
5 5

I'm loving these poles right now. They pack nice and small for splitboarding and extend nice and long for my 6'3" tall strides. The locks flick nice and tight. I'm pretty sure I know what would happen if I was to fall on top of one of them when fully extended but let's not think about that...
great splitboarding poles


System works
3 5

This system has worked well for me and my Jones Solution. It was quite hard to install exactly to the specs I wanted but after some focus and sweat I had it dialed in to almost the exact specs I wanted. I feel like the Burton channel splitboard system that i've seen videos of is leaps and bounds ahead of this, but i've never used it so can't be certain it works. This allowed me to put a really nice set of bindings on my split instead of being limited to split specific bindings which I felt lacked when it came to new binding construction (uncomfortable straps, bad highback).
I have not had any experience with the parts filling with snow/ice, but i'm not saying that it won't happen. The parts seem like they will fill on one unfortunate icy day. I'll be riding them this season but may consider changing in future. Split board tech is moving fast so it's hard to settle into a system.