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Any suggestions for a good park binding that can venture to some blue square/black diamonds as well? Rome 390s seemed heavy, union forces seemed stiff, burton malavita seemed stiff as well... What do you recommend?
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Flux TT will do the trick
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My brother just got a pair of new Flux RKs and put em on CB2 profile board. He does the same kind of riding some blues and blacks and then park by 11 am when he decides the chop/ice is annoying.

Obviously I didn't really fit on his 159 cm with bindings that are a size too big for me so I can't give you a REAL review...but I rode a couple green gondi laps and can tell you they are SO light. But also supportive for their flexibility and weight. Totally facinating binding and I am tempted to grab a set for a C2 board I am planning on getting end of the season.

They are SO light. It like...defies the laws of physics.
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Burton Genesis or Union contact pros. Pros I think are tad softer.
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Flux DS!!!!!
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Flux DS!!!!!

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Really comfy. Surprisingly responsive
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Ahh I looked up to see if christy sports still had theirs for sale, but I guess not. I picked up a pair of those for $80 from them
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If you found the Forces too stiff then look to the Union Contact Pro
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