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Old 02-04-2010, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just doing some research on which bindings to get for Burton Ruler size 9 to do all mountain riding. 1st time boarder. Stuff is confusing. I was just thinking of getting the most popular at sierra, the union force but looks like some people don't like one aspect of it. I don't know what "features" to look for so explain what "features" i want and/or recommend a set.
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Old 02-04-2010, 10:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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forces or rome 390s

enough good things can't be said about either on this forum. i personally ride in the 390s, and love them. admittedly i haven't tried forces.

they're both on sale at sierra like you've already discovered. imo, buy which one you think looks cooler and have a blast. debating over the two anymore than that is wasting your time, especially at this point in your riding career.
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Old 02-04-2010, 09:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i have rome 390s mounted right now. took them up the other day for the first time and i thought they were amazing. of course, in my limited experience, the only other binders i've tried were rentals and a pair of size small burton mission bindings (destroyed my feet).

i bought a pair of flux feedbacks as well. i've got those mounted currently in place of the 390s for a test run the next time i go up.

so yeah, no qualms with union, i've never tried them before. they look killer though.
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Love my Flow NXTs. Set 'em up once and they're easy in and out for the day. Ankle support is great. They work well in deep powder and groom alike.
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union forces are perfect for allmountain. with a size 9 you should go with the L/XL.
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