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Old 01-23-2010, 04:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys im looking to upgrade my bindings. i currently have 09 flow flites, and i want to get a solid park binding that could also occasionally go freeriding.I get out a dozen, maybe two dozen, times a season (kinda hard though being in the midwest). Im kind of an all mountain rider, but i spend a good 75-80% of my time in the park. Any good suggestions of good bindings from $150-200?
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Old 01-23-2010, 10:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I spend the majority of my time in the park as well, but definitely love to bomb a run or just slow cruise and do some butters and 3's down the mountain. I got some Rome 390's and couldn't be happier. You also can't go wrong with some flux titan's(not the super titans, they're stiffer so they are less forgiving in the park.). My friend has a pair and loves them.
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Old 01-23-2010, 10:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i got some oldschool (2007) 390s off ebay last season for $80 and they are sick, helped me step my game up. they are way legit

if i were you, i would get the contrabands, the regular ones, not the one with the webbin...my friend got them for a little under $100 last season and he won't ride anything else now....i'm thinking about getting some for myself soon...just don't get the ones with the webbing
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If you like the flows I say you stay with them and upgrade to the NXT series. I just got the 2010 NXT ATSE Antti Autti series and I swear by them. Stability as well as durability and comfort. Its personal pref though. wired sports offers different ones for good price with free and quick shipping.
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thanks for all of the feedback guys i appreciate it.
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If you like the flows I say you stay with them and upgrade to the NXT series. I just got the 2010 NXT ATSE Antti Autti series and I swear by them. Stability as well as durability and comfort. Its personal pref though. wired sports offers different ones for good price with free and quick shipping.
i was looking on wired sports and saw the M9's... are these any good? did some research and they seem nice.

p.s.- im not really into getting new flows, had some trouble with my current pair and im not sure if its because theyre somewhat low end or its just like that.
p.s.s.- any reviews on the ride EX? seems like a solid binding and doesnt have a huge hit on the wallet.
p.s.s.s. found a pair of contrabands from last year for a decent sale price at the house. should i bite?

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