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This is my first year riding a reverse camber board and I've got to say, it took a while to get used to but now I love it. The reverse camber seems to make the board more playful on the snow and easier to carve with the help of having the effective edge between your feet instead of near the nose and tail on traditional boards. The magnetraction grips great on hardpack and ice like it should. This board is mainly park specific, hence why it has a medium flex but it is super stable when riding all over the mountain. I'm yet to test it in powder so I'll post another review on that soon hopefully.
pros: light, good highback, good
padding, awesome flex, durable.
cons: rachets on toe straps dont tighten
as well as i want them to but they
all around they are a pretty awesome binding for the price.
these boots are by the most comfortable boot i have ever worn. the power straps lock you in nice and tight so your feet don't fly out of the boot. the only problem i had was the Velcro thing on the liner's tongue. it would always stick to the mesh on the liner and tear it, but i solved that problem by cutting that Velcro piece off.