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I should select what BINDINGS

Post by cityyeren » Friday 4 January 2013, 11:55

Hello I am a Chinese, I let a friend in the United States to help I buy SWOARD BOARD, but I do not know should select what BINDINGS.
I F2
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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by cityyeren » Friday 4 January 2013, 12:19

I like ExtremeCarving very
I hope I can good advice
Thank you very much!

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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by joemzl » Friday 4 January 2013, 12:31

Hello cityyren,
welcome to the forum :hello:

The answer to your questions is written here:
https://www.extremecarving.com/tech/mat.html
These advices follow most of the extremecarvers.

F2 Race Titanium is ok, without the plates and any cantings.
Bomber TD3 is ok too, especially the TD3 Sidewinder (if money doesn´t matter :mrgreen: ).
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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by lardybenoit » Sunday 6 January 2013, 22:17

I have also the F2 bindings but in titanflex stepin configuration. Remove the offset wedge when you mount the bindings.
One other important thing is the flex of the hard boots. I advise you to install springs to be able to bend your knees and being prepared to lay down curve.
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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by cityyeren » Tuesday 8 January 2013, 1:31

joemzl wrote:Hello cityyren,
welcome to the forum :hello:

The answer to your questions is written here:
https://www.extremecarving.com/tech/mat.html
These advices follow most of the extremecarvers.

F2 Race Titanium is ok, without the plates and any cantings.
Bomber TD3 is ok too, especially the TD3 Sidewinder (if money doesn´t matter :mrgreen: ).
Hello joemzl

Thank you very much to answer!

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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by cityyeren » Tuesday 8 January 2013, 1:47

lardybenoit wrote:I have also the F2 bindings but in titanflex stepin configuration. Remove the offset wedge when you mount the bindings.
One other important thing is the flex of the hard boots. I advise you to install springs to be able to bend your knees and being prepared to lay down curve.
Follow the link viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8443&p=101084
Hello lardybenoit

Thank you very much to answer!

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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by leeho730 » Wednesday 9 January 2013, 13:00

Are you by any chance living in Canada? I remember someone in Bomberonline introducing this Chinese guy in Canada on UPZ and snowpro binding (forgot the board). If you still have snowpro binding, that should be good enough...
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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by cityyeren » Friday 18 January 2013, 1:46

I live in China, Dalian, to buy sword Snowboard a lot of trouble.

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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by nils » Friday 18 January 2013, 14:21

no trouble!
You order online here and you receive the board wherever you are on the planet. I think the only difficult places would be north Korea, Somalia and a few hot spots like Syria...

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Re: I should select what BINDINGS

Post by fivat » Tuesday 22 January 2013, 10:41

We have already shipped boards to Beijing (= Peking) in China with no problem.

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