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Old 12-12-2012, 02:53 AM   #5 (permalink)
UNION INHOUSE
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Originally Posted by NWBoarder View Post
I'm sure I'll take some flack for this, but check out the Union Flites. I've used them for a few seasons for all mountain since they were the only ones I had after my Cartels finally shit the bed, but this season I'll be picking up something better suited for my riding style, and relegate the Flites to park laps and groomer buttering. They're more suited for that than all mountain, but they will still take you wherever you want to go on the hill.
Why would you take flack for recommending Flite's? This forum can be so weird sometimes.

Go to your local shop and look at every binding under $160 and tell me the Flite isn't one of the best options on the wall. That binding rules. Do the same with the DLX. Take note how many bindings at that price don't have Aluminum ratchets, lifetime warranty, are super light, and fully adjustable.

I bite my tongue around here a lot, but anybody who would claim the Flite isn't a great value is crazy.

Okay, I'm done ranting. I'll try not to do that again.
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