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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-23-2014, 11:03 PM Thread Starter
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Cheap binding for Echelon Rounds 2014

Title says all. This is supposed to be a jib setup. Canted preferably.

My other setup is a Niche Story 12/13 + Flow nx2-at for everything else.

I have no idea what I'm doing.

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I have no idea what I'm doing.
at least you admit it. :signlol:

grab some 2014 flow freeballers on sale, they are all over the internet right now. That would be a straight up jib/park binding.

If that is to extreme for you, get some 2014 union contacts or contact pros on sale....
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If ya can find some cheap, look out for some FLUX RK's!!!!!
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Hurrithane, Lein FS, or a Flow Freeballer.
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The Freeballer seems a bit excessive for someone not sure what they're doing exactly. It's a pretty extreme level of park binding, what level are you looking for, some older season Flux RKs should be cheap and pretty solid for that setup
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canted bindings for a jib setup?
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canted bindings for a jib setup?
What's the problem?

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at least you admit it. :signlol:

grab some 2014 flow freeballers on sale, they are all over the internet right now. That would be a straight up jib/park binding.

If that is to extreme for you, get some 2014 union contacts or contact pros on sale....
Wouldn't the freeballer require a softer boot or something like that?

Thanks for the recommendations. I will get one of them (will tell after I buy due to the vultures) once I know my living address.
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