|What does everyone think of their CD bindings... I decided to buy a pair after trying them on and really liking the support. So far I have ridden them twice and bent the base plates really bad. I got the FS01 and mounted them to my '02 premier and was stoked with them until I took a really solid digger on my rear edge. After I checked to see that all my body parts were still intact I noticed that the heals of the binding were pulled up about an inch off the board. Incidently....I definitely didn't come out of the bindings and I think it did a pretty good job of stretching everything out from my ankles up. Just curious what other people think. I may just end up going back to my trusty highbacks.|
|I ride the PS02's and have come out on every hard fall. The baseplates are the strongest I've seen on the market. My only suggustion would be to not tighten the laces up as much. |
|I've been out seven times this spring in my new pso2's and absolutely love them. they're super snug which makes them super responsive. you bent the base plates?? wow, that must have been an award-winning crash :-). I've fallen pretty hard, but haven't come out of them yet. you can't beat the ankle support though.|
|I just noticed, after taking the bindings off the board, that I pulled the inserts out of the board. The board is cracked all the way around the edges of the binding base....Yeah, It was one of the hardest falls I've ever taken. I still like the bindings and I may try lacing them up a bit looser, but I like having the support over the top of my foot. I wonder how it would work if I broke the laces up into two sections for the upper and lower part of the boot. About the baseplates being strong....I agree. I've never pulled the inserts out of a board before. |
Mike...It's cool seeing you cruise these sites. I really want to get out to your camp sometime. You're killin it pretty solid lately. It's good to see you getting the coverage you deserve.