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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-18-2010, 01:08 AM
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Union Force vs. Burton Missions

I'm looking for bindings to pair with my new sierrascope. I ride mostly mountain. Can anyone suggest any advantages over the other between these bindings?

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union force for sure.

The missions are lower end burtons, if you are gona go the burton route, go for the cartels at least.

The union forces are some nice bindings that would better complement that board. Forces are jsut higher quality than the missions.

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definitely the forces. I have had nothing but good luck with my unions.

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Im going with the Forces!
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ive ridden both and they feel very similar. unions ankle straps are much more comfortable though.
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Union FTW, much better then the Burtons

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i have never used the unions but the mission is a pretty decent binding for sure
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I replaced my mission with force. I haven't tested it yet. But the quality of force looks much better. The mission feel flimsy.
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union force hands down. i'm anal about how my stuff feels. i have to say that the froces are the most comfortable binding i have ever used...and there's been a few. only union faults are: toe strap on some boots and loosening hardware which all bindings suffer from.
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