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Bindings to pair with arbor westmark

So I bought a arbor westmark rocker 2016 and I'm looking to find bindings for it. It'll be used for park/everything else so I want a midflex binding. So far I've looked at the rome 390 boss, union contact pro, union force, burton malavita and now select. I'd like to know your opinions on these bindings and what would be a good choice for me.
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The Select out 390 would be my pick out of those.

I'd add to the list Flux DS and replace the Contract Pro with the K2 Lien AT.

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I ride union contact pro and I would recommend them to anybody...so light!
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The Select out 390 would be my pick out of those.

I'd add to the list Flux DS and replace the Contract Pro with the K2 Lien AT.
Why not the contact pro?
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I ride union contact pro and I would recommend them to anybody...so light!
What are you using them for? Only park or all mountain-freestyle?
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What are you using them for? Only park or all mountain-freestyle?
Mostly all moutain, with a park day sprinkled in here and there
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Mostly all moutain, with a park day sprinkled in here and there
Sounds perfect for me, I always ride park with a lil bit of everything else each day
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Bought mine start of last season, 2015/2016 model. After extensive research, reading reviews and talking to ppl I bought them from Coastal Riders in Langley, BC.(shameless plug, but they've been amazing to deal with) I've been so happy with them! They are pretty tuff to.
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Why not the contact pro?
Lien is just better. The freedom of movement that the Contact Pro offers is also offered front to back. The Lien has the tripod frame that offers a lot more precision and power front to back with similar freedom side to side, where you want it. Also bolts that don't back out constantly.

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