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    Shop Deal: Armada STH2 16 WTR @ $211 shipped!

    ***ALL PAIRS ARE SOLD, THANKS EVERYONE***

    Hey guys,

    I have a few extra sth2 16's (they're the all black armada version) for sale at my shop so I wanted to pass a deal to some mags!

    $211 shipped is the price. I have 2 pairs available as of 9/18, link to purchase them here:
    https://www.slopestyle-ski.com/hardg...6-wtr-pid-8616
    Last edited by bamboocoreONLY; 09-21-2021 at 07:46 PM.

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    Brake options?


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    What shop?


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    bump for a great seller. 46 - it's his shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohsnowflake View Post
    Brake options?
    this

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    An awesome shop. Slope Style in Breckinridge.

    what ever happened to Colorado Freeskier?

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    The 'WTR' version of these bindings can be used with normal alpine/DIN soled boots, or no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VON View Post
    The 'WTR' version of these bindings can be used with normal alpine/DIN soled boots, or no?
    they can be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AEvospace View Post
    An awesome shop. Slope Style in Breckinridge.

    what ever happened to Colorado Freeskier?
    Two dudes who worked at freeskier opened Slope Style originally. One of them was a giant POS so we booted him out and it's been rad ever since! haha I think Gabe, the owner of freeskier, lives in Denver selling real estate now. He's still a friend of ours.


    I have any brake size available for those asking, and yes the WTR version can be used with alpine soles. The new STH2 16 this year is MNC which is why I'm clearing these out!

    1 pair has been spoken for so far.

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    Do you have any 80mm brakes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utagonian View Post
    Do you have any 80mm brakes?
    The smallest brake size they make for this binding is 90mm. However, it does retract inward a bit upon engagement.

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    Thanks. They make 80’s fwiw. Part number L3512430010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utagonian View Post
    Thanks. They make 80’s fwiw. Part number L3512430010
    Guess I never thought to actually look it up as I’ve never had a request for it. Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamboocoreONLY View Post
    I have any brake size available for those asking, and yes the WTR version can be used with alpine soles. The new STH2 16 this year is MNC which is why I'm clearing these out!
    Did they actually change the STH2 design between WTR and MNC, or just officially support using more sole types on the same design? I’ve heard both versions of the story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueNorth View Post
    Did they actually change the STH2 design between WTR and MNC, or just officially support using more sole types on the same design? I’ve heard both versions of the story.
    Pics online show a completely new sliding afd design

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    Yep sliding afd as opposed to fixed. Also a new transfer switch changing the feel from “progressive” to “direct”.

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    Let the "pre-little-breakable-plastic-switch" STH2 hoarding begin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by optics View Post
    Let the "pre-little-breakable-plastic-switch" STH2 hoarding begin...
    I mean, what in the fuck are they thinking? Just go full on Marker and call it “new technology”.


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    Quote Originally Posted by optics View Post
    Let the "pre-little-breakable-plastic-switch" STH2 hoarding begin...
    That’s been my line of thinking…
    In constant pursuit of the perfect slarve...

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    Honestly it’s seem simple enough to not be a big weak point. I highly doubt many will switch it a lot.

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    What exactly is that sliding switch supposed to achieve? Who out there is skiing and thinks to themselves, "Man, I wish I could feel my skis...less."?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brasso View Post
    What exactly is that sliding switch supposed to achieve? Who out there is skiing and thinks to themselves, "Man, I wish I could feel my skis...less."?
    If I had to guess, I'd say it has something to do with their team park riders who want a bit more shock absorption. But then in turn, the big mtn guys can make it more direct.

    3 pairs sold so far, only 3 left for grabs!

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    I actually now have 3 pairs left, two 90mm and one 115mm. Will leave it at this price til they're all gone! Link in OP

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    Grabbed the 115's. Thank you!

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