how come no shops carry the line reactor bindings? i live in vancouve B.C and i cant find any shop that carrys them
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The reason they don't carry them is because of their history. Line tried to come out with them about 3 years ago and they completely flopped. It's the same way with their skis. Line skis in the early years were pieces. They broke before you even clicked in. But now, they seem to have improved their product, and Line is a staple twin-tip brand. Personally, I hate the Reactors. They weigh about 50 lbs and they sit you up as high as a race lifter does. Line got it right with the dual (forward and backward) release, but they got everything else wrong. I will have to admit, though, they look sweet compared to other traditional bindings.
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actually, they arnt that heavy, and they arent that high. about the same as a standard lifted look binding. the old ones were a different story.
in science class i sat down to fast and you know how you can sit on your balls. well i did and i sat down really fast and crushed them and right when i sat down i started puking and fell out of my chair. they teacher laughed. i felt like i could pass out i wanted to die.-*NWFT*nUkkA
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