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IBEX Bindings

Post by István » Friday 15 February 2008, 15:42

http://www.bomberonline.com/store/bindings/Ibex.cfm

These are identical to the old Burton Race bindings, right? Any views / experience?


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Post by Silber » Friday 15 February 2008, 17:23

dude...did u break your collection of TD2s???? have they been outlawed as other nasty brands?? why are u interested in IBEX?????
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Post by Simon » Friday 15 February 2008, 22:34

Hi Istvan

yes the ibex binding is fine, a little bit more lateral flex than the F2. and till now i didn't manage to break it and i even don't know anybody who broke it (not the old burtons).

have also a look here: viewtopic.php?t=4069&highlight=ibex

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Post by István » Monday 18 February 2008, 9:37

Actually the TD2s I have are very good, I am completely satisfied with those. When I saw this Ibex thing I realized that I had very similar Burtons back in time, but as far as I remember those felt a bit softish, at least compared to TD2.

So just wondered what brought these back into fashion. I saw that racers use it as well.

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Post by Ohawa » Tuesday 19 February 2008, 10:25

I broke two bails (wires) on one of the last Burton race binging (in 2002). Apart the fact that the plastic lean support plate is cracking on sides it worked perfectly
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