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    Gimpy NoKnees's Avatar
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    Feb 2004
    Northern California

    Question Anyone still using clickers? (and nice photo)

    Just a thought. K2 is letting them go by the wayside yet they were really the only style of step-in binding I had much respect for.. Ah well...

    Here's a thread regarding some nifty home made crampons to use with them. This guy also has made custom plate/highbacks for use on his splitboard as well. Check out his quest to get some good snow in the Tahoe area this month... Nice line eh?

    Last edited by NoKnees; 03-18-2004 at 03:35 PM. Reason: Forgot link

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    Poopiehead Ripzalot's Avatar
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    Nov 2002

    you know i do!

    too bad, in my book, it was the only step-in worth having. it's pretty strange how such a good design got killed. i scored some clicker boots off ebay a couple of months ago and have been going back and forth between straps and step-in. both have their advantageous and disadvantageous. i normally use the clickers when i'm into getting as much ride time as possible. i love the fact that i can exit a chair, click in, and take off riding.

    that crampon looks interesting. i've adapted an old clicker binding to my verts snowshoes. i've also rigged my clickers with a quick-release strap for avalanches. basically i connected a wide strap to the two release levers. when left in the unlocked position, one quick yank on the strap ejects the board.

    thanks for the heads up. i might have to look for another set of boots just in case.

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