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jvinck 03-05-2010 4:13 PM

Bindings?
 
i am looking into buying a new pair of closed toe bindings. Do you have any suggestions on which brand/model i should get? i am not looking for a high priced pair maybe around 150-300ish.

thanks

innov8 03-05-2010 4:17 PM

The 2010 CWB Factions are hard to beat for the money IMO 279.99 for 2010 closed toe boots and they are sick as well.

http://www.ridecwb.com/cwb-wakeboard-faction-boot.php

innov8 03-05-2010 4:18 PM

What board are you putting the boots on?

A lot of the new bindings have a 6inch plate instead of the 8inch plates.

atomicholiday 03-05-2010 5:13 PM

Won't 6 inch plates work on a board that had 8 inch plates?
I'm thining about getting new binding to so I guess I better be sure first.

sidekicknicholas 03-05-2010 5:15 PM

they work but your stance options are limited.

I have some Slingshot PB Floyds I am looking to sell, I liked them just to soft for my liking

Mine or new I would look at Slingshot PB floyd/D2/D3.... they're awesome boots.... like wearing a shoe

guido 03-05-2010 5:23 PM

The Factions are dope. My boot of choice this year.

The 6" plates will work with everything and wont limit your stance options if you get the adapter plates. Your dealer should have them in stock for your new bindings if you go that route.

jvinck 03-05-2010 5:42 PM

i have a 2007 cwb pure....if anyone has i think they are 08 L.F shane lim. ed...( bright blue ones??)
i am intrested in those too. i have a size 11 foot if that helps any.

jvinck 03-06-2010 12:54 PM

anyone else have suggestions????

kristian 03-06-2010 1:54 PM

My suggestion would be to go into a shop and try some on, see what fits your foot. Plus that a look at whats going around from last year

They're a little more than your budget but I'd take a look at the 2010 Ronix Kais and Frank boots. Super super comfortable!!

But if you have a size 9 or 10 foot Performance has the illuminati One boot for $299: http://www.perfski.com/Wakeboards/Wa...One-Boots.html

Or last years Kai's for $229, which is a great boot: http://www.perfski.com/Wakeboards/Wa...CLOSEOUT*.html

jvinck 03-06-2010 2:03 PM

alright thanks.

element8456 03-07-2010 12:46 AM

My suggestion is the last years ronix reliks if you like a more low cut, flexible boot, or last years ronix ones for a more stiff boot. Alot of people really like the ones. I perfer the reliks. They also both have heat moldable liners. If you have a chance to get to a shop just see what feels the best to you.

eternalshadow 03-08-2010 12:17 PM

If you have awkwardly shaped feet like I do (wide fronts, narrow heels) and are fighting with pressure points and sizing issues try the LF Vantage or a similarily highly adjustuable, but high end binding.


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