I've decided that the future lies with conventional bindings (plates of course, just not step-ins)
TD2 Gold with steel step-in receiver, yellow elastomers, 0/3 degrees: SOLD
TD2 with steel step-in receiver, purple elastomers, 0/3 degrees: SOLD
F2 Titanium Intec step-in, I'll throw in whatever cats I have: SOLD
Bomber Power Plates, red elastomers, 3/3 degree cants. These are new - as far as I can tell have never been ridden. SOLD
I have an extra 0 deg plate and an extra 6 degree plate if anyone needs them. SOLD WITH TD2s
All gone. Thank you for playing "Let's fund Jordan's new board" 🙂
Shipping is $15 for each if shipped conus (USPS flat rate medium box)
For sale is a pair of F2 Carve RS bindings, includes all parts and a second lift kit. These will fit mondo sizes 22.5 - 31.5. They're currently set up as small, but can be changed to large in less than 5 minutes; I'll re-size them before shipping if the buyer requests.
They only have about 5 days on them, ridden by my spouse who's a lightweight at #115, so these are pretty much in new condition.
$150 plus shipping USPS Priority from Portland, OR, CONUS and PayPal only. I'll also throw in a Pozidrive #3 bit if the buyer doesn't already have one.
175cm Prior board with blue Catek OS2 bindings.
Used 3-4 seasons by weekend snowboarder in Ontario.
Was a custom board for a woman approximately 140lbs and 5' 6''.
Great board for bordercross or intro to alpine.
Sold as a package.
Asking $200 USD + shipping. But really, make me an offer.
As part of my return back into alpine riding, I'm very much in a mode of trying a bunch of new things. Sadly these bindings aren't right for me. Although I knew the lift was adjustable, I didn't realize they would be quite this flat. Frank said that 95% of their customers ride them in this configuration, which is a flat front (one block under both the toe and heel), and the rear has about a 1-degree lift as best as I was able to measure (one block under the toe, two blocks under the heel). Frank offered to send more blocks and longer screws if I felt I needed them. However I think it would take a fair bit to get to 3 degrees, and I'm now toying around with the idea of a 6-degree lift at least on the front (so considering some TD3s now).
I just have one day on this set. Unfortunately I experimented with too many variables at once, and my stance (and riding) was jacked. I'm guessing that's why the rubber pads on the toe piece incurred some damage because I was trying to steer madly with my feet. Besides that, the bindings and dampening pads are in the same condition as they were shipped. I feel badly about the rubber pads, and just want to recoup some of my money at this point.
Purchased for $392. Selling for $225 including shipping in the US.
These are F2 Intech RS
Large MP 22.5 - 31.5
Excellent conditions, have 15 days on them
minor scratches at pin entrance locations
Have 2 sets of lifts/cants and original box and documentation
$190 + shipping
I'm trying to get myself up with a hardboot set up. I was gifted a Pogo Shaman, and just bought some used UPZ10's off ebay (oops). I was curious if anybody had some bindings they think would work well for me. I took the 185 out with a softboot set up and was horribly humbled by a sloppy powder day. I understand that i will be humbled again by this learning process, but was curious if you all had any suggestions/equipment that you think would help me on my path.