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A New Signature Line

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After recent occurences I had the urge to change my signature line but I didn't want to be obnoxious nor did I want to give up the battle with Alta. So I thought I would just use it once.

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Lighten/Lift and Tip - a great way to simply build that offensive "go that way" intent

[ November 03, 2003, 08:49 AM: Message edited by: Si ]
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Si, I can't wait for Mike to REALLY pile it on at the Gathering, 'cuz I'll be bringing my PRs with Naxo AT bindings in addition to my Big Stix 8.6

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Originally posted by gonzostrike:
Si, I can't wait for Mike to REALLY pile it on at the Gathering, 'cuz I'll be bringing my PRs with Naxo AT bindings in addition to my Big Stix 8.6

Oooooooh!

Naxo's!

Whadda ya think? Are they nice?

I haven't even seen a pair yet.

Bob
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Bob, I haven't bought them yet as I'm still sorting out boots. However, one local outfitting shop has 'em in, and I checked them out. Nice features, a few improvements over the Freeride, and I really like the design of the toe pivot for striding. But I haven't used them, nor do I know anyone that has. Over on Pouter there were a few good reviews, though.
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I've got to admit the Naxo is intriguing. As I use my alpine boots for touring I really wonder how much difference that toe is going to make. I kind of hope it doesn't make as much difference as it looks like because my son and daughter also have Freerides like me and I can't afford another 3 sets of bindings. Perhaps the best solution is to just get them for myself for increased efficency. Even then I'm still not going to be able to keep up probably just close the difference (or just keep it from getting bigger).
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