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Old     (wakebordr11)      Join Date: May 2001       09-18-2003, 1:38 PM Reply   
I was wondering... haven't kept up with the thread at all because of college and stuff, but why is there no longer a Belmont signature series?
I am looking at the Temet bindings and prolly a new premier 136 or 141... currently riding an 02 140 premier and 00 3060 bindings (starting to rip).
I was also wondering how much tweaking I should expect to do on new bindings. When I got my 3060s new they had to be broken in... size large, my friend gets Byerlys this year, size large... bigger feet than me and he pre-released in mid air once and had to tighten the wraps down, I still havent tried them... feel they are too big and loose for me... SO back to my questions... should I go for medium large Temets or large? size 9.5 shoe... 8.5 ski boot... I like my stuff form fitting and snug but comfortable.
Has anyone ridden the 04 gear yet... when should I expect to see it out, I dont expect to buy till spring seeing as college students budget is tight (I should get a job, worken off saved money from the summer now...) How reliable is the BOA system, my friend hasnt had any problems but Im just looking for a larger scale opinion...


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