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Best stiff Burton Binding?

I just picked up a DC BDR 159, it's a 6 out of 10 on flex, w/Nitro MFM boots, do a lot of all-mountain and some park stuff, but I want a stiffer binding. Right now I'm on Burton '08 Dooms, and they're no good on anything but groomers and park. Too much slop.
What's the consensus? C60's? C02's? Please help.
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dooms are park/jib bindings if i remember correctly.
you want something stiffer for allmountain like the union force, union force sl, or rome tagra. c60s and c02s are rediculously expensive, so unless ou have some burton discount for with something else.
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Yeah, the CO2s or the C60s are the stiffest burton makes.

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dooms are park/jib bindings if i remember correctly.
you want something stiffer for allmountain like the union force, union force sl, or rome tagra. c60s and c02s are rediculously expensive, so unless ou have some burton discount for with something else.


Thanx! I just ordered a set of 2010 Rome Targa. Mega-adjustable and tough to break. Sold.
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Thanx! I just ordered a set of 2010 Rome Targa. Mega-adjustable and tough to break. Sold.
great choice. personally i ride union forces and love them but i have heard nothing but great things about the targas.
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I've got a set of Catek FR2 Pro EVOs on the way. Stiffest most adjustable binding on the market. Why are you limiting yourself to Burton? I believe the C60 is their stiff binding.

EDIT: Nevermind, looks like you ordered. Enjoy the Rome bindings. Never ridden their stuff but always hearing good things.


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