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4 5

I recently purchased these Burton Customs and I'm pretty happy with them so far. I've only used them twice, so I haven't got to really wear them in much. A couple times I noticed that the right cap strap would come loose during the middle of a run but it never really affected my riding. It wasn't a reoccurring problem but I have read a few reviews about these bindings and them having cap strap security problems. I like the lightly padded straps though, you feel locked in and I haven't had any discomfort after riding down the hill or up the lifts. If you got the money definitely upgrade to Burton Cartels but these are a good investment for beginning riders and people looking to get a decent binding for a reasonable price. By the way this site is sick, make sure to check out Brociety.com to get crazy deals every 25 minutes.


4 5

I recently was able to ride my board for the first time and was very happy with the performance. I got a regular 158 and the graphics on it are really nice and simple. Mine has the hot neon green and it really pops with the black and white accents. The board has a medium flex so it's great for all mountain riding and messing around in the park. I've rode it twice now and it's a great board for the type of riding that I'm in to, which is all mountain cruising and beginner park. I was hesitant on whether or not to get a wide board, but I'm very happy with this standard model and I have not gotten any toe or heel drag(by the way I where a size 10.5 boot). Overall, great board for the price with sick graphics and I'm sure with a few more rides on it I would end up giving it a five star status. I just haven't had the time to really experiment with it.