I bought a pair of k2 clicker bindings for my board cause i ...

i bought a pair of k2 clicker bindings for my board cause i like the fact that you can just strp into them but after a few runs i have problems with the boots and the bindings them selves filling sith snow. Is there a way to prevent this snow build up or am i better off just getting regular boots and bindings?

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5 years ago #2
PerryRObray
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How often are you cleaning the boot/binding interface?

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5 years ago #3
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ide say every two runs i have to clean the interface. the day that i went we got some fresh powder so that might be the major problem but its happen other times before this

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5 years ago #4
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Maybe some kitchen grade dry lube, and cleaning will do the trick.

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5 years ago #5
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alright ill try that. ill let you know how it works

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5 years ago #6
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I recommended kitchen grade dry lube as it may be more environmentally friendly. Might work better if all surfaces (binding and boots) are lubed.

If your bindings are plastic, some kind of plastic preservative like black velvet may work too. This probably should be wiped off as much as possible within reason.

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5 years ago #7
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are there stores that carrier the dry lube or how would i go about getting it

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5 years ago #8
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Auto stores (most likely will not be food grade all the time) will carry dry lube (teflon,ptfe). Big retailers like Wal Mart probably have it too.

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