Yes, but you need a special base plate.
No, you need EST bindings for those boards. Look on burton.com for ones that fit. My GF just got the new Lexa EST Bindings and likes them a lot so far.
yes flow is the best brand for bindings in the industry at this time. for the most part you can put any bindings on any board, doesnt matter the company or brand.
You put the lime in the coconut. That's how.
take the front binding, turn it 180 degrees and put it on the rear mount, then take the back binding rotate 180 degrees and mount it on the front.... it's very easy because there aren't any special left- or right-footed parts
yea you can. but i don't because last time i did that it didn't work out but i did use them on a k2 so that could be the prob. it just depends on the board and personal preference
Yes, but if you can afford either new skis or new bindings, get the new bindings because they'll keep you safer on the slopes.
No, shoes are not worn with wakeboard bindings. Most wakeboard bindings are designed to be very snug fitting and can only really be put on with bare feet covered in special lube (or washing up liquid).
Get a tall stool and a snowboard then put the snowboard on the stool, stand on top of snowboard and balance and twist around a little act like your really outside.
Simply put, a waterproof coat and waterproof pants, boots, bindings, goggles, a beanie (or something to keep your head warm) gloves and a snowboard. Long thick socks are recommended to keep your feet and legs warm, and prevent your feet from hurting (the boots are very hard and uncomfortable).
Fine yes but put on some weight man!
That's kinda easy.. Do a snowballfight, and if you have a skateboard, remove the wheels, so that its a snowboard. Well you cant snowboard on a flatt surface, i know, that's why you need to do this: get a plastic sail, and put it on the snow. then put a great amount of snow on the sail, so that you can't see it anymore. Then take a garden whose and put some water on the snow, wait an houre, and you have a little place to snowboard, or just lay on your belly on the snowboard and slide...
Snowboarding equipment you can put into multiple sets, Snowboard and misc, Clothing, and protection. For snowboard and misc you will need a snowboard, A pair of bindings (witch fit onto the snowboard you want) and a pair of snowboarding shoes. For clothing depending on the area you are in you should look for water resistance and or cold resistance, if you like you can get a pair of thermal underwear, also the main difference between snowboarding boots and jackets is that they fit way looser than those of skiers, and soks are important For protection (is optional but highly advisable): a helmet, some sort of but protection (trust me some soft fabric will relief a lot of pain) knee protection (same here) wrist guards, and a back protector.