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 Post subject: Burner Lt or Blaze
PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2012 10:47 am 
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I am not sure if I should buy the Blaze or Burner bindings any help on this? I ride everyday and live at Schweitzer Mountain in Sandpoint, Id. I bought the new Arbor Abacus and I am new to splitboarding. Only done it a handfull of times but I have ski toured for long time. We ride a ton of trees and wide open type areas. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you


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 Post subject: Re: Burner Lt or Blaze
PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:05 pm 
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What type of bindings do you normally ride on your solid? I love super stiff and responsive bindings and typically go for a very stiff binding, so for me the choice was clear and I love my burners. I think the straps are more cush and comfortable, and plus they look badass all blacked out this year haha

If you like a med to soft binding the Blaze will suite you perfectly, the blaze are lighter this year with the cut out base plates but I didn't notice them having any more flex than previous years. For most folks the Blaze is the binding of choice, just because a lot of people don't like stiff binders.

Regardless of which you choose though, you will love them, no one who has ever purhased either from us has had any regrets after the first ride!

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