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Joe

Joe

Any hockey rink, Red Lodge, Big Sky, Chestnut Mtn, Cascade

Joe's Bio

Between snowboarding and playing hockey, I keep myself pretty busy with work, school, music, and friends. Sleep when you're dead :).

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Joewrote a review of on January 7, 2011

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I have a set of the 2010 Quattros, and if the SE's are anything like last year's model, then you cannot go wrong with these bindings for the price. When it comes to the price, you definitely get your money's worth with the higher model NXTs in terms of customization, but the Quattros are a solid choice if your looking for a mid-level binding at a good price. The step in and high-back locking design is pretty awesome. After a little practice, you can even get the hang of locking in while you're sitting on your backside, provided your not in a lot of powder. The flow strap remaining in place on the lift makes needing a stomp pad completely optional. And because the strap covers so much of the boot, you don't need to dial in these bindings as tightly as the more traditional two-strap design to achieve the same level of control.

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Joewrote a question about on January 7, 2011

I've got a 157... and have been carrying my boots and extra gear in a separate bag. Is the 166 a good sized bag for the 157 and my stuff (boots/bindings/goggles/etc.). And with the board only being a 157, do I need to worry about stuff shifting around a lot? Has anyone ever had a problem with gear moving around and messing up a board? I won't be using the bag for anything other than ground travel, so I'm not worried about the lack of padding.

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