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a peek at 13/14 bindings

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http://backcountrymagazine.com/gear/2014-editors-choice-awards-bindings/

That Dynafit Beast is kind of awe-inspiring. $1000?!?
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I checked that binding out at SIA.  They are not giving it away eh?  Still, I see a lot of my touring buddies rocking that. 

 

I should have a pair of the Spark Afterburners for my split setup by September.  Looking forward to using that system this year.

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That bears an eeiry resemblance to the old Marker Explodomats!

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Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post

I checked that binding out at SIA.  They are not giving it away eh?  

 

To say the least. 

 

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Still, I see a lot of my touring buddies rocking that. 

 

 You seem to run with a well-to-tdo crowd.  

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$1000.00 for bindings?  Will they make me lunch and carry my pack for me?

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I doubt any of them will pay full retail for it, but yeah, gear heads...

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I doubt any of them will pay full retail for it, but yeah, gear heads...

I would think that even the pro form price would make you choke on your breakfast burrito.
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I think we tend to underestimate the number of gnar trustafarians on the slopes around the world.
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Um, I'm grunching at the thought of $1000 for a good pair of boots -- which I'll spend, but I'm grunching.  The Gulfstream set wouldn't though, I guess.

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I would think that even the pro form price would make you choke on your breakfast burrito.

Ha!  Sure, but it is a lot less to choke on. 

 

I am sure I'll see some peeps on 'em.  I just don't see it not happening.

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