Forums Bindings Sidewinders or Phantoms?
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  • #578748
    John
    22 Posts

    I still have Bomber SideWinder split bindings and Dynafit toes, but the Phantoms look nice.
    I can’t figure out where or how to purchase the Phantoms. I don’t do FaceBook.

    #668712
    summersgone
    820 Posts

    Email PhantomSBB@gmail.com. John will get back to you on purchasing / inquiries. He does small orders as of last year, and I’m not 100% sure what he is going to do this year.

    His bindings are stellar. Certainly the best offering for hardboot bindings.

    #668713
    John
    22 Posts

    Thanks,
    I’ll send him an email.

    #668714
    singlewhitecaveman
    242 Posts

    Sidewinders or Phantoms?

    Phantoms, hands down. Personally, I think they’re a no-brainer over any binding system out there, hard or soft, but let’s not start that argument again.

    #668715
    buell
    534 Posts

    Phantoms.

    No splitboard AT boot binding can compare that uses the Voile slider and pucks.

    #668716
    jvosburgh
    22 Posts

    Phantoms! So quick, so light and great feel to the board…

    #668717
    John
    22 Posts

    I got ahold of John at Phantom, and will be on a pair this Fall.
    Easy decision.
    Thanks for the feedback.

    #668718
    HansGLudwig
    601 Posts

    As if the question even needed to be asked.

    Be sure to bookmark Splitboard.com's Recent Activity page...
    http://splitboard.com/activity-2/

    #668719
    Powder_Rider
    498 Posts

    Bomber Sidewinder’s are a great HB splitboard binding. My only compliant is that these bindings are heavy!

    No splitboard AT boot binding can compare that uses the Voile slider and pucks.

    1+

    That said, I too would like to get next year’s Phantoms.

    I have not tried the Phantoms, yet. But if the Phantoms ride like my stock Burton Race Plates on a solid board, then they must be the HB binding to get.

    John, if your looking to sell the Sidewinders in the Fall, send me a PM. I too live in the Roaring Fork Valley.

    #668720
    John
    22 Posts

    I’ll try both, yes the sidewinders are heavy, but they are in the pack uphill.

    Powder Rider, I’ll le you know this fall if I am going to part with the sidewinders.

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