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Old 06-20-2014, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Guys,
I'm looking at Union Legacy Snowboard Bindings (Women's) 2013/2014 model, I went thru reviews online and looks like there is no solid opinion about this bindings. Does anyone have any experience with them? are they worth buying ?
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Hi Guys,
I'm looking at Union Legacy Snowboard Bindings (Women's) 2013/2014 model, I went thru reviews online and looks like there is no solid opinion about this bindings. Does anyone have any experience with them? are they worth buying ?
The biggest difference of the Legacy within our line is the overall stiffness. They are quite a bit more responsive than the rest.

They are basically a women's version of the Factory Men's binding.
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The biggest difference of the Legacy within our line is the overall stiffness. They are quite a bit more responsive than the rest.

They are basically a women's version of the Factory Men's binding.
Appreciate your response. Do you guys provide any manufacturer warranty on them?
I'll tell you the truth my biggest concern after reading all the reviews is the overall structural integrity of this bindings and also almost all the reviews complained about short straps.
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Appreciate your response. Do you guys provide any manufacturer warranty on them?
I'll tell you the truth my biggest concern after reading all the reviews is the overall structural integrity of this bindings and also almost all the reviews complained about short straps.
All Union bindings come backed with a lifetime warranty on the baseplates/ heelcups and all other parts are covered for one year from date of purchase.

Union only uses the highest quality Dupont™ Zytel ST Nylon. The result is strength, safety and security.

All Union bindings also only use grade 8.8 hardware. The most commonly used hardware is made from mild steel that has a property class of only 4.6. Considering how much stress a binding is put under Union only uses the strongest steel (featuring a property class of 8.8)

If you were to run into a problem with the bindings all you have to do is shoot an e-mail to our warranty department and they'll work with you to get the issue solved ASAP. We like to make it easy!

The toe straps feature a two way adjustment and the ankle straps can be adjusted outwards to fit your boot.

What size/ model of boots do you have?

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