Technine MFM Pro Snowboard Binding - 2008
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February 24, 2010
I have Technines MFM since 2006/2007 season not one problem, maybe people need to just tighten bolts before you ride. These bindings work on everything and everywhere and I beat the crap out of them no reason for me to change, I taught snowboarding on thes 100+ days no probs so haters go buy burton
January 7, 2009
ok dont read any of the reviews form the last years mfm pro binding because they are NOTHING alike, having said this, people r still ignorant enough to post bad reviews about the old modells on the new modells page. I got a pair of these up in utah and they were amazing, they put some real effort into making a real nice binding. the new modells have leather toe straps, so dont worry about cracking those down the middle anymore, and for the most part they r low profile wich is another plus. No plastic on these, all metal and leather, and it has some pretty sick desings on them asswell. i wud deff reccomend these binding to someone who wants to take their game to the next level with style and quality
thanks, i just got them and had no problem puttin them on
December 3, 2009
yeah no problem. Burton is the company that you have to worry about with their exclusive channel design
December 3, 2009
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August 18, 2009
These bindings feel solid as. Give great feel to the board. Make you feel like your legs and feet are part of the board. They're pretty comfortable too. Not too stiff to bash up the park. But also not to soft to rip lines on and off the cord. The only downfall is the ankle and toe strap are very bulky and heavy and get in the way a bit when leggin it on the flats. The ratchet system is great and easy to release what ever gloves you rock. But doin them up is a bit more of a trial the ratchet is not as good quality or as smooth as Burton missions or cartels and harder to line up. also sometime when ya ratcheting them up ya glove gets stuck on the release and lets them go. But These are minor probs. All in all I reckon they bitch and are strong as hell.
June 6, 2009
On the 1st day I rode these, my cap strap snapped off and disappeared- I was less than impressed and all ready to slate these as crap- arranged a replacement strap and partial refund from technine, then loctited every fastening... miraculously, within a couple of days the original strap turned up at one of the lifts- refitted it and no more troubles over a month riding everyday, then I cracked a highback after a nasty stack- once again, technine replaced it super quick no questions asked. Bindings are super comfy with sick response due to the tasty heelcup design; I wouldn't pay full retail for these, but if you can get them discounted, and make sure you loctite all the fasteners, you won't be disappointed.
January 16, 2009
Everyone out there should know that these bindings are absolutely terrible. I have ridden a lot of good quality bindings including 390s and Triads. These are by far the worst bindings I've ever owned.
The screws come loose. I never took the highback off but from just normal use of going up and down the screws come dangerously loose. These aren't the only screws that come loose. Almost all the screws on the bindings come loose over a couple days of normal use.
The toe straps are complete garbage. They are poorly made and it's obvious. You ratchet them tight and they come off while riding.
I refuse to ride these bindings anymore because I'm terrified they are going to get me seriously hurt.
Save yourself and your money. Buy something else!