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I actually went from the Contacts to the 390's last season and I miss my Contacts so much! If you like hitting rails and jibs the Contact is definitly the binding for you. Even though it is rated as super flexi it can still hold its own when it comes to jumps, and all that flex means steezier tweaks for you! ;D I hate my 390's. Going from the Contacts to the 390's it feels like they have close to no flex. Contacts all the way bro!

I have last years model of the Nitro Swindle 152. Would these bindings go good with it or would it be too soft?
I prefer a more playful ride thats relatively soft, but I don't want a noodle.
I'm looking to do mainly jibs and small jumps, but I want to be able to occasionally hit some bigger jumps without having to worry.

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I was looking at replacing my Oakley A frames with crowbars because I feel like the A frames are too small for my face and limits my vision. I plan on getting the Jet Black Crowbars with the Fire Lens for riding on sunny days, and also getting the H.I. Perimission lens for cloudier days and night riding. Would this be a good choice? How are the H.I. Permission lenses at night?

And just a heads up for anyone planning on getting the fire lens, The only time you can use it is on sunny days. It is horrible for cloudy days or night riding. You can't see anything but white. So if your planning on doing more riding at night or such I would look for a lens with a lighter tint.

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I got the Heather Purple Rain sweatshirt and I love it! Its warm when you need it to be and great for spring riding. Although I got stains all over it from the washer somehow. :( I plan on getting either the Black or the Orange next.


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This is overall a good glove. They're very warm considering how thin they are and they stay extremely dry. The only thing is you have to watch your hand drag because it will tear up the fingers in a matter of hours. Mine are already torn on the fingers from just two days of riding.


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I'm 6'0, 145lbs, and size 11 boot and I got the 152 and it fits perfect. Seemed extremely buttery when I put my bindings on it in my living room. Can't wait to try it out.