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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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top of the line Unions or Flux

just wondering where i should go next
I have flux titans and heard nothin but great things from union bindings
im an all mountain rider

Im also open to other suggestions

I have rode the cO2's aswell and didnt like them

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just wondering where i should go next
I have flux streams and heard nothin but great things from union bindings
im an all mountain rider

Im also open to other suggestions

I have rode the cO2's aswell and didnt like them
Union Forces are a excellent choice and so are the Rome 390s!

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i got the flux titans and they are plush
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another vote for 390s
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i just got some union contact SLs and have taken em out a few times and so far i love em. the ankle strap is the best i have ever ridden in terms of comfort. (i have ridden rides and technines)

the contacts are prob not what you are looking for though as a all mtn rider.

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cant go wrong with forces for allmountain
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For all mountain go with Union Force, Force SL or Data...all solid bindings that will hold up all over the mountian. I'm currently on the Force and have nothing but great things to say.
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For all mountain there's many choice better then a Rome 390, c'mon guys

The Union Force is a good choice for all mountain, but there's better also....

The Force is more of a "do it all" binding. If your wanting more of an all mountain binding that's super comfy I would go with a Ride NRc or SPI.

I personally have Union Forces on my Capita Horrorscope, and NRc's on my Capita Black Death. I would have Rome 390's on my Horrorscope but they don't make em big enough for me...

The Ride NRc's and SPI's are going to be tons more comfy for an all mountain rider, vs. the Union Force.

However if your wanting to ride every aspect of the hill, the Union Forces are about as good as it gets imo.

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I have the Force SLs and last years Force MC. They have both been great.

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THANKS EVERYONE

thinkin of goin union
but it looks like there toe strap isnt like my flux and i love toe straps over foot strap


whats the dif between the force mcss and sl's??


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