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-   -   Imput on NICE bindings and also Collective Develop (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=72637)

xtremrider 06-27-2003 8:44 AM

I would like peoples imput on the brand nice bindings and also collective development, i just baught a new Gator Board and am thinking of maybe getting new bindings, but not sure. these seem like the most likely candidates.

goose69 06-27-2003 8:56 AM

I just got the PR1s of Nice bindings and loved them. I have been riding the origanl high back for 3 years because I couldn't seem to find a new binding I liked. I have tried mostly hyperlite which include last year and this years Byerly, Belmonts and 30/60's. I have also tried the Collective development and didn't like the the metal hooks for lace up. To much time trying to lace up and if you fall out you have to undo all those and then relace... hard to do in the water. <BR>Jared

vandal 06-27-2003 7:35 PM

I second the NICE PRS-1 suggestion. I have tried virtually all teh '03 NICE line and several from Collective, the NICE are just better IMHO. On my PRS-1's, I removed the HSS system and they fit me PERFECT now. The VICE is also a sleeper from NICE. They are less expensive but still offer great support and flexability

dtb 06-28-2003 7:42 AM

i have tried on the CD bindings, both the ones with the rubber inside and the ones with the cloth inside. when i laced the ankle up tight they sort of dug into my leg where the boot overlaps the tongue. i haven't ridden in them though.

gunz 06-30-2003 6:03 PM

I 've been tryin to find someone in my area with them so I could check them out.Either one,NICE or C.D. <BR>Leaning towards the NICE,100 bucks cheaper. <BR>Anyone,anyone......

xtremrider 07-01-2003 8:06 AM

I dont know where windsor is but California skier has the nice bindings.

gunz 07-01-2003 3:03 PM

Windsor is near Santa Rosa,Nor Cal. <BR>California Skier is not listed in the dealers for NICE.Where's it at? <BR>Have you tried these bindings?

bond 07-01-2003 3:14 PM

<BR> <BR>Rich - I thought you were rid'n Solbounds??? <BR> <BR><a href="mailto:mike@wakeon.com">mike@wakeon.com</a>

gunz 07-01-2003 3:18 PM

No ,thats Walt.I'd try them,given the chance. <BR>Mike's out of business ,isn't he?Do you ride Solbounds?

bond 07-01-2003 3:32 PM

<BR>Yep - just got the new Vandall's, they are sweet. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.wakeon.com" target="_blank">www.wakeon.com</a>

xtremrider 07-01-2003 3:37 PM

California Skier is in southern california. <a href="http://www.californiaskier.com" target="_blank">www.californiaskier.com</a> . i havnt rode them but i tried them on, they felt real good.

gunz 07-01-2003 3:42 PM

I think I'm gonna gamble and just get some mail order.I'd love to demo them,but the closest shop that has them is 60 miles away.

martini 07-03-2003 10:02 AM

cd's air lace up have been very good to me...they do take awhile to get into, but, i haven't come out of them while riding...if you do they are to loose. they are way comfy and offer a ton of support and forward lean...more adjust options than most and have a pump insert in the overlay that adds that true custom fit...the most advanced bindinng i've ever worn.

martini 07-03-2003 10:07 AM

cd's air lace up have been very good to me...they do take awhile to get into, but, i haven't come out of them while riding...if you do they are to loose. they are way comfy and offer a ton of support and forward lean...more adjust options than most and have a pump insert in the overlay that adds that true custom fit...the most advanced bindinng i've ever worn.


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