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Question Anyone try Fix bindings yet?

I'm looking at picking up the Truce after the toe strap on my K2 Formula snapped on a trip over the weekend. It's something i could get replaced but I've been looking for an excuse to get a new set anyway

The Truce looks pretty bare bones in terms of features/adjustability (compared to my current Formulas) but it looks like it would be a decent simple, durable binding with above-mid flex and very affordable.

(reviews: 2017 Fix Truce Binding Review - The Angry Snowboarder
Fix Truce Best Bindings of 2015-2016 Review | Transworld Snowboarding Tested and Approved Gear Guide)

Has anyone ridden on them before? I think the company just started last season.

I'm riding a DWD Kwon with K2 Darko boots.

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They are exactly as advertised, solid, simple and reliable. We have been selling them at the shop I work at part time from day 1 and have had zero issues and lots of good feedback. Be a great replacement for the Formulas
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They are exactly as advertised, solid, simple and reliable. We have been selling them at the shop I work at part time from day 1 and have had zero issues and lots of good feedback. Be a great replacement for the Formulas
Thanks ! Not sure if I'd be losing out on any features on the formula but I'm actually keen on a more simple design

My other contender is "splurging" on the union force but the fix seems like a really good value
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Fix over Union no question.

PS, I wrote the Angry review.
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Fix over Union no question.

PS, I wrote the Angry review.
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Any reason why it's better than the force ?
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The only "feature" you are loosing from the National is the stupid auto toe strap system that sucks anyways. As for the Force, not the best straps and buckles. If you are going to spend more money look at the Fix Winslow or Nitro Zero.
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