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4 66048 Wed November 9, 2005
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100% of reviewers $252.50 4.5

Binding Information:
MSRP: $290.00
Web Site: Hyperlite.com

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  • Manufacturer's Description:
    All the comfort and ease from the original rear lace up boot and an easily adjustable toe overlay with less total volume than our other high-end boots. A simple, lightweight boot that you donít have to break the bank to get into.

    Era Features:
    • Based off of the original quick cinch rear entry boot

    • Smaller overall volume in boot for a tighter fit

    • Ockham dual density footpad - a more orthotic shape

    • Elastic Option 2 strap gives a rider greater heel hold down

    • 23 degree molded brace shapes around the rider's heel for a more secure fit

    • Heel bumps Ė Ruck ní Roll

    • Heel material - stiffer and more supportive

    • Toe material - softer molding around the rider's foot

    Keywords: Hyperlite Era


    Registered: June 2004
    Posts: 4
    Review Date: Sat August 7, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $260.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: Snug fit, comfortable, easy in and out.
    Cons: Can't think of any

    Beside being probably the best bang for your buck when it comes to Hyperite bindings these boots are awesome on the water. I have rode in the Parks and Byerly's and they dont have anything better to offer over the Era. In my opinion they are the best of both worlds. Real entry with an option2 strap. I can't believe they sell these as a second rate boot. I know my local store hsa had a hard time keeping them in stock. What a steal and they put the old 3060's to shame. Which from what I have heard is the only reason people have been reluctant to try them. I couldn't be happier with them.

    Registered: June 2005
    Posts: 1259
    Review Date: Thu July 14, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $260.00 | Rating: 4 

    Pros: price, easy entry/exit, flexibility
    Cons: poorly constructed strings on back

    For the cost, this is a great binding.

    It is very easy to get on and off. It will come off on bad spills but usually stays on. I have never needed any lube to get the binding on.

    They have a 50/50 balance between flex and support. I have no problem pulling off poked roast beef grabs.

    I like having laces on the back and the strap on the front. Personally, I leave the strap a little loose and then tighten down the laces as much as I can. I have never experienced any heel slippage with this binding. The piece that holds the laces tight gets stuck sometimes and it's a little tough to loosen it up.

    They seem pretty durable. I haven't had anything break or wear off yet.

    Overall, it's a great binding for the price.

    Registered: July 2005
    Posts: 1
    Review Date: Thu July 28, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $400.00 | Rating: 4 

    Pros: nice and snugggg
    Cons: can't get them to tighten to the board :S

    eh..the era's are a dope set of bindings but i just baught the new cwb absolute platinum, and the bindings wont tighten to the board some1 help a fello boarder out

    Registered: February 2005
    Posts: 7
    Review Date: Wed November 9, 2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $90.00 | Rating: 5 

    Pros: Snugg...tight and comfy..can ride them all day
    Cons: not to tight to the board, slips sometimes

    Great for the money and they look great.

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