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PDX HOOD

PDX HOOD wrote a review of on December 15, 2012

5 5

SUPER flexible. One of the softest, most playful boards that I have ever ridden. But even though the board is so soft, and short, it is still stable on edge at speed. Also felt solid hitting jumps.

No hang ups is sick. It feels like it captures the best of camber and of reverse camber. All of the stability you want, but without an aggressive edge bite.

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PDX HOOD wrote an answer about on December 19, 2010

The Channel
Now on more boards and evolved for greater performance, the Channel(M6) has staked its claim in the marketplace as snowboarding’s most direct connection. Focusing power through a central connection that evenly distributes energy for added rebound and snap, it also lets you easily micro-adjust your stance width and angles. The addition of M6 means we’re using a standardized hardware size that improves upon performance and ease-of-use, and allows for compatibility with all Burton bindings as well as bindings from select competitors, making it a choice for any rider.

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PDX HOOD wrote an answer about on December 19, 2010

Your riding style should be a big factor in your decision here. The Custom bindings are the softest (least responsive) binding in Burton's lineup. I think the Custom's work super well in the park and for buttering around and stuff. I think the Cartel EST's pair up really well with the Sherlock- they are more responsive, but still versatile. They are more expensive than the Custom's, but I think you will be happier with them.

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