Yea definatley. They are super fun in the park and not too bad everywhere else. There not the best all-mountain binding, but they're still fine out of the park, and they ride like a dream on all park features.
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Would this work well with Union Contacts? I was thinking of getting this board, it seems really sweet, but Im just thinking it might be a little too stiff to handle with the Contacts which are a pretty soft binding. What do you think?
Super warm, lightweight, good for layering or on its own on warmer days. fits regularly, so order a size up if you wanna wear layers under it. pretty waterproof, doesnt get to soaked like other hoodies, not windproof at all though. Keeps you warm, but you can feel the wind blowin through the fabric, so if its super windy wear a shell or something. The zipper is also a whistle, which is sick for gettin the homies attention on the hill
These headphones are so sick! Great price, and pretty good sound considering how cheap they are. The thing i like about them is that the plastic is super flexible, so if you set them to the largest setting, you can stretch them over the back of your helmet (if you where one snowboarding) and the speakers line up perfectly with your ears. slip em into the goggle hold on your helmet and they never move either. plus there so cheap, that if you dont have to worry about breakin em
Are these bindings too soft? I ride mostly park, but I like to ride other stuff too. I'd say like 80% park 20% trees, groomers, pow, and whatever. I ride on the east coast to, so it's pretty icy and what not. Are these to soft for all that? Im not too worried because I ride mostly park and im used to soft bindings (burton customs), but im just curious. How do these compare to the customs in terms of flex?
148 would be a good park board for you, but it would be very small if you ever plan to take it out of the park. the 152 would still be small enough to ride in the park, but you would get a little more stability on trails or pow or something. I would go with the 152, but its up to you.
I havnt rode the 390's yet, but i have the contacts now and i love them. they are super light and have a nice flex to them. the straps are very comfy and stay on your boots nicely, and overall your feet just feel very secure and comfortable in the contacts. They also have this foam in the baseplate which allows your board to flex more naturally, which is great for park. The contacts are great, and as an added bonus, they're about 30 bucks cheaper than the 390s, so i would go with the contacts.