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Buying New Bindings, suggestions?

I know this will get biased, but I was looking at the Forum Shaka's (leave hate and hype, etc aside please) and did my research saw a bunch of reviews and have mixed feelings.
I currently rock Flow Amp 5's on a Forum Youngblood.
Was also looking at Burton Cartel's "The Purps" just to match the color scheme of my board, but also read mixed reviews.
I do like Flows so was looking at a higher end model of those.
Idealy I am looking for something to take abuse, under 300, can be moderate in set up difficulty, any one have personal input on either make or models?
Just through some ideas or whatever.
Anything is appreciated.
I ride whatever, mountain, park, pipe, some random urban stuff.
Thanks
Jules
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I ride the contrabands look into those. I actually dig them.
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if you like flows get the nxt at's i rock those they pwn
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Yeah I was looking into higher end flows, as well as some actual strap bindings, rather than the flow style, not too sure though.
Thanks for everyone's input so far, keep it coming!
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Hey thanks to those that gave me some input, I went to the local shop and checked out some products, settled on the Ride Delta MVMNT's diggin the wedgie footbeds, lifetime warranty etc, also checked out some burton's and some Rome 390's. So thanks again to those who answered.
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I know this will get biased, but I was looking at the Forum Shaka's (leave hate and hype, etc aside please) and did my research saw a bunch of reviews and have mixed feelings.
I currently rock Flow Amp 5's on a Forum Youngblood.
Was also looking at Burton Cartel's "The Purps" just to match the color scheme of my board, but also read mixed reviews.
I do like Flows so was looking at a higher end model of those.
Idealy I am looking for something to take abuse, under 300, can be moderate in set up difficulty, any one have personal input on either make or models?
Just through some ideas or whatever.
Anything is appreciated.
I ride whatever, mountain, park, pipe, some random urban stuff.
Thanks
Jules
im riding 2009 burton cartels. so far they have held up. They seem like they can take pretty much any abuse.
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i really like my 09 burton triads.

09 rome crail 156
09 burton triads
09 burton boxers
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