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  • Where to buy Bindings Online?

    My older Connelly F3 is in need of a new set of bindings. Where do you guys shop online?

  • #2
    Wakehouse.com

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    • #3
      Depends on how picky you are. Ebay is a great medium for excellent deals. If you're looking for the newest and greatest wakehouse is good. I've used buywake.com before and was very happy with their customer service and delivery.
      But the best way to go is to visit a local shop. Most of the time they'll let you try the product out first before you buy.
      They might even talk you into an update on your board as well. The current technology is lightyears ahead of the F3.

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      • #4
        http://ski-it-again.com usually has good prices if you can find what you are looking for there. If you're looking for new bindings, I prefer http://www.Barts.com because they seem to sell more repair parts too.

        Finally, if you're looking for expert advice and a real human to speak with, I'd recommend calling the shop at Trophy Lakes (843.559.2520). Ask for Matt DuBon if he happens to be around. They can tell you what really lasts and seems to be working best for other skiiers. Another great choice is the guys at Midwest MC @ http://waterskis.com

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        • #5
          I just ordered a board and bindings from evo sports. Good experience.
          OH-IO!

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          • #6
            Sometimes you can get a really good deal on Sierra trading post too.

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            • #7
              I have used both buywake.com and evo.com with great experience. Evo has some really great deals in their outlet section.
              We defy the mafia!

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              • #8
                Hey College Kid. As many if the places listed won't ship to Canada, check out the boys at Shuswap Ski and Board. Good online selection and you can get your stuff quickly. Talk to Mike. As an alternative, why not drop into Barry Jays and check out their old stock left over from after the boat show? Good deals there for sure, but the pro shop is only open weekends.

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                • #9
                  waterski.com Midwest mastercraft's website also wakeboard.com awesome people

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for all the suggestions. Albertasurfer you raise a good point that I had being thinking about too. It's not always easy to get stuff shipped up to Canada. I didn't know about Shuswap ski and board. Their site looks pretty good. Also never checked out the pro shop at Barry Jay's, always seemed closed anytime I'd go by. I'll have to drop in there sometime soon.

                    It would be great to upgrade to a new stick, but I have a soft spot for my F3, it's such a nice smooth ride. Even after upgrading I will keep my F3 for a trainer lending ski.


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by College Kid View Post
                      Thanks for all the suggestions. Albertasurfer you raise a good point that I had being thinking about too. It's not always easy to get stuff shipped up to Canada. I didn't know about Shuswap ski and board. Their site looks pretty good. Also never checked out the pro shop at Barry Jay's, always seemed closed anytime I'd go by. I'll have to drop in there sometime soon.

                      It would be great to upgrade to a new stick, but I have a soft spot for my F3, it's such a nice smooth ride. Even after upgrading I will keep my F3 for a trainer lending ski.


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                      I moved from the F3 to a Carbon V two years ago. I just love the speed and stability of the Connelly. They have always been best for me.

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                      • #12
                        Here is another source for ski bindings.
                        https://www.wileyski.com/shopcategory.asp?catID=34

                        They even have binding parts if you just need a certain piece?
                        https://www.wileyski.com/shopcategory.asp?catID=88

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