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Bindings for Capita NAS

So I just purchased the Capita NAS for this upcoming season. I am wondering what bindings will fit best with this board.

I heard Union bindings work very well with Capita boards but that isn't from personal use.
Any suggestions?
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Can't help with the Union's!!!!!

But, id also look at FLUX SF's or DM's for solid responsive binders!!!!!
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union force are my go to bindings. they perform well in any conditions and have great durability.
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What about Union Atlas'
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Slightly softer laterally.

Force, K2 Formula, Salomon Defender, Burton Malavita, Flux DS, or Flow Fuse.

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Slightly softer laterally.

Force, K2 Formula, Salomon Defender, Burton Malavita, Flux DS, or Flow Fuse.
Hey Nivek I picked up a Berzerker at your recommendation and have been wondering about bindings as well. I currently have a pair of Atlases but wanted to know how big of a jump in terms of response I would be looking at with the Factory.
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What boots?

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32 Lashed.
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If you enjoy a bit of forward lean then have at it. But otherwise the highbacks gave me calf bite in my Enders last year. The Lashed is overall a taller boot so that may help relieve the pressure.

Take your boot somewhere and see what it feel like in the binding. If the highback isn't an issue it's a solid binding.

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I rode the NAS for a season with a bunch of different bindings. I really liked the Burton Genesis and NOW Selects with the NAS.
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