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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-07-2014, 04:07 PM
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Cushiony ankle straps & play in the highbacks is what matters most in my world.
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i was thinking about buying the contact pros but overall went with the chargers
So what do you think of them then? Do you find them unforgiving or punishing?
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Got a set of flux sf45's I'll let go of. Large size with about 10 days on them

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I've been using union sl's for the last couple of seasons and I like the response you get from the aluminium baseplates. If your riding a stiff board I find high speed turns easier as the force you put into turn makes the board flex easier. Just got some Ride El Hefe for my Jones Hovercraft and it's awesome.
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I bought last years ride capo. Asked the shop for the stiffest bindings they have.
They had this and a burton type. The aluminum base looked awesome.
They had last years model for half price, green.
I was sold, money is tight.
I know what was ment by " a clunky" feeling. But still need to up grade my boots the my board for next season. I am still relatively new at this but picked up pretty quick.
But man when trying to carve had or bome a hill, holy crap love the locked in feeling. Is just what I was looking for!!

I don't play in the parks.
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FLUX DM's!!!!!

SF's if ya wanna save a couple of bucks!!!!!
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