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Hey everyone, so I just got into snowboarding, I've gone like 10 times this season. So I was really antsy on getting a board and shit so I bought a Rossignol circuit, rossi viper and some cheap ass 5150 boots on ebay. Probably a really bad decision that I'm regretting. I probably should have checked this site first.. anyway, I've already upgraded the boots (they were so fucking shitty) to some Vans Matlock - they feel like money on my feet.

So now I want to upgrade my bindings to The Union Forces. They're selling for $140 on sierrasnowboard. Should I go ahead and buy these? Or do you think I should just wait until next season or the summer for a lower price? I've already dropped a lot of dough on clothes, goggles, etc. I feel kinda dumb dropping $370 on a set-up that I probably won't be using..ever again. What do you guys think?
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You wont find these bindings in a few weeks...they sell out every year. For that price it's a steal.
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Buy em, Buy em, Buy em. QUICK!!! Thats a great deal and a good binding!
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I'm easily convinced. Just bought them. $150 after tax. Now I just need to look for a new board.. might take some time, but I don't mind keeping my Rossi until next season.
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I'm easily convinced. Just bought them. $150 after tax. Now I just need to look for a new board.. might take some time, but I don't mind keeping my Rossi until next season.
Trust me there are way worse boards that u could have gotten. Rossignol makes some great boards.
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