Forums Bindings Plate bindings Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) Author Posts November 8, 2004 at 5:59 am #566491 bcrider 4149 Posts ❓ November 14, 2004 at 4:30 pm #580492 Jon Dahl 384 Posts The only plate bindings that will work on Voile slider tracks are the ones that have a full 360 degree adjustment, like the discontinued Burton plates. I used a homemade plate for my Fast stepins that I used for 2 years, but it was way too heavy. A 3/8 inch of aluminum the length of the slider is a great riser but it adds up! I got brave for this year and drilled holes in my slider tracks to mount the toe/heel pieces directly, 2 holes at the back behind the last holes, and elongate 2 holes for the toe pieces. Wish I did that at first! December 9, 2004 at 5:01 pm #580493 splat 7 Posts Does anyone know of a hard boot binding that would fit the Voile slider and also directly onto a normal solid board. I suppose that would be a hard boot binding that has a normal dial base plate. And also, it needs to fit the annoying Burton 3-hole pattern as well. I want to be able to switch my hard boot set up between my solid board and also my split… whenever I actually get a split that is. In the meantime, I want to experiment with hardboot riding a little. I also want to do this preferably without any home-mods as well. I have found this one and it fits the Burton 2-hole ok and so to I hope Voile sliders. It is just a little expensive. And it may require some new holes on the slider if I decide to remove the blue base plate section. December 9, 2004 at 11:58 pm #580494 Jon Dahl 384 Posts If you are using the toe bail type of binding, use the Voile mountain plate on the split. It is cheap enough to get. Then buy whatever plate binding fits your regular board and start there. Drilling holes in plate bindings is iffy at best. You could do like someone here has done and use the toe/heel pieces off of a burton plate and mount them directly to the slider track. I’ve done that with Snowpro step-ins so I’ve got step-ins on my slider tracks, used with Raichle snowboard specific plastic boots. If you were stateside, I’d mail you my mtn. plates to try, but, alas, post across the ocean is a little more expensive! Oh, btw, that pogo binding will bolt up to the slider track, too, and pogo builds good stuff, so the quality will be good. December 10, 2004 at 10:19 am #580495 splat 7 Posts Hi Jon, thanks for at least thinking about letting me trial your plates. Very nice of you. 🙂 I have asked around about this Pogo binding and it looks like it may meet all my needs. It would be really cool if the silver toe and heel parts could be screwed directly onto the Voile slider (same as with the Burton race plate mod you mentioned). December 10, 2004 at 3:39 pm #580496 InTheMountains 216 Posts Jon, Just curious about the Pogo gear…i’ve been drooling over their swallowtails fer a while…does anyone in NA carry their gear? December 10, 2004 at 8:53 pm #580497 Jon Dahl 384 Posts I don’t personally know. I’ve seen one of their carve sticks and it was very cool. I could nose around a little, or find a link to their site, possibly. Oh, splat, the toe/heel piece only works if your boot sole length is short enough. I’ve got Raichle SB boots mondo size27 (US 9) and you couldn’t go too much longer than that w/o running into issues. December 10, 2004 at 9:01 pm #580498 splat 7 Posts Cheers Jon. I am a little foot (US8) and will be using Dynafits, so hopefully no problem. It is great to get your thoughts though, really appreciate that. December 13, 2004 at 6:41 am #580499 franz 4 Posts hm! Jon, I’m riding with a 6 year old blax clone plate and Dynafit boots. I never had any issues and my feet are size 11 (285mm). December 13, 2004 at 6:06 pm #580500 Jon Dahl 384 Posts The toe/heel piece issue I was speaking to was if you removed them and put them directly onto the Voile slider track. If you do that you run into length issues with larger sized boots, especially if you use step-in heel pieces and snowboard specific boots. I’m at the end of my slider tracks with my setup using the Fast system toe/heel pieces with a size 9/ mondo27 foot, and I drilled extra holes in the slider tracks to use all 4 attaching screws for the heel piece. It’s a cool setup in my mind, especially the bling factor of putting the board in split mode and stepping into your bindings and skinning off! December 13, 2004 at 10:29 pm #580501 InTheMountains 216 Posts Hi Jon, I’ve been skulking around the POGO website for years. I was hoping for some first hand experience 🙂 One of these days i might just have to breakdown and buy… Gary December 14, 2004 at 1:40 am #580502 Jon Dahl 384 Posts I just saw the Pogo longboard on their site Friday afternoon. Whoa, did it get me thinking about the perfect backcountry/do it all type snowboard! I like mine narrower in the waist with a stubbier tail like a Donek Axis. The hardpack carving pow floatin’ do it all one board to go…. wherever! Don’t steal my idea! Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) You must be logged in to reply to this topic.