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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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union for sierrascope

i love my ride betas but with all these sales starting up, if i found a smash deal on some unions i might be peer pressured into giving them a shot. questions are as follows: forces or contacts for my sierrascope? mainly used for groomers and park but maybe 1 trip out west per year. i would prefer the more park oriented of the 2 but which one would that be? they both seems to be kind of all arounders. if i get the contacts should i get the sierra contact sl or whatever it is? its a better price, is it a better binding than the regular contact? also if you happen to notice a great sale on unions, please share the link with me thanks dudes.

edit: crap! i just now noticed the data and cadet on their site. now im really confused. whats the most park friendly binding in their line up?

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All Union bindings are built really strong and super light so they'll all work in the park. Personally, I ride the Contact sl and love them. They're park oriented, but trust me, they will work just fine anywhere. The thing I love about them is that the highback is so flexible
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