Throw it fifth and lay on the gas.
- Situate the Conformist.1 Toe Strap wherever you want it
- Highback rotation allows you to customize the level of support
- Quicklock forward lean is easily adjustable
- Sub Base padding reduces vibration
- 3-Piece In Base padding absorbs impact
- Toe ramp fills gap beneath your boot�s toe for more controlled toe side turns
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At First I thought they were a good deal.
I really wanted to see/feel these bindings before I bought them, that proved impossible. They seem to be a little on the cheaper on end... which I can't say I didn't somewhat expect for the price. There are these little rubber tabs that cover the screws for adjusting and one already fell off. You have to pull it back to remove the screws and they only thing that keeps it attached is a little nub under the footbed. So now i can't get it to stay on. But, they look nice! and they came with a stomp pad! I haven't had a chance to ride them yet, no snow in the midwest yet...boo. But, I will update on how they perform. You get what you pay for. For now I'd say it's a good deal.
SO I HAVE NOW USED THESE TWICE. NOT REAL HAPPY, I WILL MOST LIKELY BE RETURNING THEM. TWICE THE FIRST DAY I CAME OUT OF MY STRAP WHILE RIDING. THESE BINDINGS HAVE SOME QUICK ADJUSTMENT FEATURE INSTEAD OF SCREWS HOLDING THE STRAPS IN. AND TWICE THEY BROKE FREE. ALSO, THE SECOND DAY, THE TOOL (QUICKLOCK FORWARD LEAN) THAT ADJUSTS THE HIGHBACK ANGLE BECAME LOOSE ON ONE OF THE BINDINGS AND NOW FREELY ROTATES AROUND, WHICH TOTALLY SCREWS THE ADJUSTMENT. I STILL LIKE THE WAY THESE BINDINGS LOOK, THEY WERE A GREAT PRICE, BUT NOT WORTH THE HASSLE THEY HAVE BEEN IN THE TWO DAYS I HAVE WORN THEM.
has anyone bought these... if so what kinda...
has anyone bought these... if so what kinda riding do you do and are they good?
The Shift bindings are great for beginner to intermidiate riders. They are softer, which is also nice in the park sometimes. If you're riding more aggressively like on steeps or backcountry, I would step up to the Strut or even the Madison.