Unfortunately, line bindings were garbage even though they were about the coolest and most adjustable/safe bindings I ever did see. The downside was the they broke and they also weighed as much as a light truck.
Thats why they stopped making them
Satan bad, Armada good
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for now they are gone...i bet you they are still researching them and just not wasting even more money on making more bindings that wont sell...they will most likley come out witha fresh model in like 2 seasons or so....maybe
A WATCH THAT IS BLACK
dont' "baby" me keef! i've got enough of those lying around here. I keep stepping on them!-Stowebum
I thought they were a sick binding. I liked the interchangeability and the saftey factor.. Its too bad they didn't make the track beefier. If they had.. many of the breakage problems would have never arisen.
I am one for k2 putting some money in and making something of the idea.
it sucks cuz now that k2 owns them they could prolly make them better startin like next season, but no one would trust them so it'd be a bitch to make it worth while for them. I hope they try though the reactors were a sweet idea. although generally i'm not a fan of the ski specific bindings, like in normal carvings skis and shit these days where a lot of them you HAVE to get them as a package. it'd be cool if someday like all twins came predrilled with a standard pattern and a bunch of companies made jib specific bindings to go with them.... some day perhaps
"get it really really hot and whack them with the searchbar" -ElGato
i have line bindings they arnt horrible but their not that good either. and they are damn heavy
whatever i just said is a complete lie i have a split personality and logging on to NS brings out the lying side... wait no it doesnt disregard that its all true, or mabey its not ive forgatten which one i am now... no i havent
"Everyone wanna be a nigger, but nobody wanna be a nigger." -Paul Mooney
"well if it makes anyone feel any better I'm not wearing any pants and Santa is sitting in my lap for a change." -alpentalik
My friend broke his in the 1st or 2nd week using them. It worked out well though for him because they had a waranty and since the shop was getting so many broken line bindings, they gave him some nice salomons.
It was a great idea, they just need to do more research and development to stop them breaking and being so heavy but I'm sure that with the finacial support from K2 that'll happen in the next few seasons. Sweet!