Snowboarding/Bindings and boots
So here's the deal, I'm a beginner women snowboarder and I have a couple months of boarding under my belt. I'm no where near good but I'm getting there. I have a GNU b nice btx board but I'm in need of some good bindings. I do like a slightly stiffer binding. I've had all sorts of suggestions. One was the gnu b free bindings, the union legacy, burton lexa, etc..... How do I decide? I also want a good binding that isn't Gona fall apart and will last a while. I also know nothing about the quick entry stuff and if it's good or bad. I've waited a while to get a good set of binding but I want some more input on what is really the good stuff and what is crap. If you have any suggestions I'd appreciate it a lot!
Many people will give you suggestions, but what's most important is the fit of your boot to the binding. Many companies make quality bindings and you will find those at a local snowboard shop along with educated workers that can tell you about the different options. Union and Burton both make quality product. The best suggestion I can give you is to check which bindings the major companies make that suit your riding style and check them out in a shop to see how they fit. Good snowboard shops will stand behind warranties and will not sell crap.
Hope this helps,