Pros: Looks great, Comfortable, Good flex and support
The Exile is a great binding. The thing I like the most is how comfortable they are. The SensoryBED cushioning with B3 Gel feels amazing under your feet and the Asym strap gives you good comfort and support. I loved these so much I bought another pair for my other board.
I've had these mittens for a couple years now and they've held up great. I haven't used them on too many tow tops though. With the glove inserts in they've kept my hands warm and dry on some of the coldest days. On other days when it's not as cold I just use them without the inserts. If your hands ever get too hot, there are vents you can open up with some zippers. They are not too bulky either. I've had no problems with getting in and out of my bindings. I don't think anyone would regret buying these.
Pros: Light Feel, Nice Soft To Medium Flex, Great Float In Powder
I just recently took a trip to Snowmass which gave me a chance to really test it out. I have to honestly say that this board is great everywhere. For being a reverse camber board it holds an edge extremely well. It effortlessly floats through powder. With a softer flex it's great in the park but is still amazingly stable at high speeds. I would definitely recommend the Process to anyone who wants one board to do it all.
Pros: Nice soft flex, Great for rails, jibs, and butters,
Cons: Not stable at high speed, Could use a little more pop,
I love riding this board. It feels very soft and catch-free, great for rails, jibs, butters and pretty much any park riding or just having fun anywhere on the mountain. My only complaint is that it doesn't handle high speed or choppy snow too well. But other than that, the Hero is one of favorite boards to ride and definitely the most fun.