With all this new gear coming out, how are you going to know what to get? Well fear not, I have taken a completely technical, and boring-as-shit approach to this review and I know you guys will find it helpful.
Tagged as: 13/14, bindings, boring product reviews, burton, hammock fails, malavita, maxi pads, product review, the hinge, wings
Justin Leveille the man.
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Best bindings out!
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in Justin we trust
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does jeff holce know you stole his tampax pads?
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Your a douche bag, shitty review.
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actually made me chuckle.
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F$%k Burton, eat pizza.
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Contact Pros look like cheap plastic toys compared to these.
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So do Wings really do anything anyway?
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Make you press easier supposedly
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You need to attach the straps to two opposing trees and let the bindings hang in between before you can sit in em, you dumbass!
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Is that the yobeat casting couch?
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@ that guy… Hate to get all nerdy, but them bitches work. First time i noticed an actual difference in my riding from a pair of bindings. I noticed with the wing it helps with presses, but more than anything, i noticed it helped a ton with quick spins like back 3 off and on’s. Sounds weird, but it really helps “grab” your leg and let you chuck that shit around. Ever since then i will only ride shit with a wing.
this has been talkin tech with upstatemike brought to you by Dunkin Donuts.
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I would rather eat dog food and drink water out of a dish that ride this binding.
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