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    BOMBER: SW back in stock!

    We have a limited amount of SW left for the season. Get them now or have to wait months and months and months!!

    http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com...er-_p_115.html

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    Hi,
    i am a new member from italy. I would like to buy the td3 sidewinder from hangloose inAustria
    i have the upz boot but i read from thor Wint. review about some problem with back plate.
    do you have some info about this problem? Any solution?
    many thanks in advance
    Last edited by Paolo italy; November 11th, 2012 at 02:35 PM.

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    Hi Paolo,
    welcome to the Bomber forum!
    I used TD3 Sidewinder bindings and UPZ boots the whole last season.
    There are no problems at all. What is your boot size? I use 27.0.
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    Paolo,

    WinterGold is correct, we have many customers who use the UPZ boots in our SideWinder binding with no issues. The only thing that may come up is if you have a very small foot, and then coupled with the very short sole length of a UPZ, this can force you to "flip" one of the sole block (I suggest the Toe) around so you can go to a very small size setting on the binding.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.
    Fin

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    Hi WinterGold,
    first of all thanks for your support. My size is 28.5
    Reading also Fin reply I would not have any problem.

    tks and regards

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    Hi Fin,
    it sounds good, great!
    I have read your last post on new Boiler Plate 4mm.
    Just a question: if you had to choose only 1 product between TD3 SW and BP, what would be your choice to get the maximum improvement on your way to drive the board??

    tks and regards

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    Paolo,

    Dang, that is one heavy duty question! Cost wise I would say the TD3 as it is about half the cost of the BP. But you could use what ever bindings you have now and get the BP and get huge returns on your investment. So if you already have bindings, I would go BP. But easy for me to say as I sell them!
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    Fin
    I have both Burton race and Piokka plate.
    where I can buy the BP in europe?? On the hangloose online store is not available now
    tks

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    Paolo,
    the Bomber Boiler Plate (4mm) already arrived at the Hangloose shop, but it isn't yet online. Just contact the shop, if you want one.

    Sidewinder or plate - you already have some decent bindings, so I guess that you would benefit more from a plate, if you are interested in one.
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    WinterGold,
    I am 1.88cm, 85kg and use a Kessler 162.
    Are you sure that is okay 4mm?? or is better 5mm??

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    The 5mm BBP is very stiff. Most of the plates from other manufactures provide more flex. So while the 5mm BBP has a certain area of usage, I would say that a "softer" plate is the better allrounder, especially if you want to use it on an SL board.
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    Have ridden the 4mm plate with 88 kgs. No problem, stiff enough.

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    WinterGold is correct, Hangloose has out plates in stock. Just drop them a line and they will take care of you.

    I would look at the 4mm or 4mm Lite for your application.
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