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which new bindings

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Burton. Escapade or Lexa?
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Us boarders are pretty thin on the ground round here and females exponentially so. No first hand experience but I do ride Burton and don't think you can go wrong with either. The Escapade are their stiffest and look like an all out free ride binding. I don't know how you ride but if you want a little more forgiveness and playfulness then go with the Lexa though there's probably not much in it. Im lovi last seasons reflex cartels btw.
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