I was looking at these bindings at my local shop today, im riding a 2010 dominant, I ride a little bit on the rails, a nice few jumps and the rest groomers. think these will pair up well with the dominant?
does anybody know how well these bindings perform? no snow will be arriving in my area for a while, but i was going to pick up my bindings fairly soon. I was thinking these or the malavitas for park/ alittle mountain riding. but I like the price of these ALOT more then the malavitas
alright so I been doing heavy research because I want to sink a bit more cash into the bindings im gonna buy but they need to be right for me, and ive come down to 2 bindings which are these or the exiles.. I mostly like to hit jumps, small/medium drops, a few rails, and a bit of downhill. 65% of my riding goes to jumps and drops but I do mix up what I ride a little.. So im on the debate of these or the exiles. what is your fact based opinions guys
these bindings were very surprising for me with the very low price. They are reliable, comfortable, fully adjustable, and affordable! they held my feet in nice and snug with a soft flex which I found very nice on the jumps, but not so great in the powder. Final statement, they get the job done and are a great option for first time riders.
owned these boots for about a few months. Breaking in time was about 5 days of riding, runs 3-4 hours each day. The lacing system was flawless, just put them on pull the laces and go, nice and comfortable. These boots worked well in both downhill riding and freestyle/park riding. over all these boots were great for the money and held up great for everything i put them through so far.
when buying this bag be very careful. Bring in your board and actually try putting your board in it first. i got a 165 bag to fit my 158 board. Also i have large burton bindings and they fit this bag fine plus i put my burton moto boots in it. This bag is great just be sure to measure out when buying.
alright I currently own the 2010 model burton freestyles. I was considering going off and getting new bindings, but the cost is killing me... I was wondering if the ultra capstrap can really make my bindings more comfortable and more stable on the hills and in the park rather then throwing away 250$ for a nice pair of highends. a burton rep opinion would be MUCH appreciated.
im thinking of buying a set of these bindings this week. I know they come in est and the regular style binding. my board is the regular style not the channel system so i would need the regular. but if i had to upgrade to a channel style board in the future. would the regular style infidels still work with the channel?