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which binding, i have a size 13, do you think would go great with a ride machete or banana magic
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I ride a Ride Kink and the Burton Cartel bindings have been a joy this last season on it. A lot of people will also probably suggest the Union Force binding as well.
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I've hear alot of great things about the Flux Titans. If you mainly ride park then you could also look into the Flux Titan RK's. I just ordered a pair and can't wait for them to get hear.
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those are mid to stiff boards, i look at something with a little meat, ride alphas, union forces, rome targas, or if your into burton then something stiffer, p1, c0? I ride bent metals step ins, they are stiff, but not restrictive and you cant beat the responsiveness.

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which binding, i have a size 13, do you think would go great with a ride machete or banana magic
Flow: NXT-ATSE, NXT-FSE <-- can do the non-SE versions

Rome: Targas

Ride: SPI, Delta

K2: Auto Ever


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Flow: NXT-ATSE, NXT-FSE <-- can do the non-SE versions

Rome: Targas

Ride: SPI, Delta

K2: Auto Ever
Uh...
I would probably say something a bit softer than an Auto Ever. That's k2's most hardcore freeride binding no? Same feeling towards the SPI on the Ride.

Ride: Delta, EX (good all around binding for cheap)
k2: The formula really sounds like a good idea here. It's supposed to be a good binding that'll perform well with any style. If you want, check out Angry's reviews. They seem to be his go to binding.


Although, if for some reason you chose one of these two as a freeride board, maybe the Auto Ever or Targas would be a good fit.
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Uh...
I would probably say something a bit softer than an Auto Ever. That's k2's most hardcore freeride binding no? Same feeling towards the SPI on the Ride.

Ride: Delta, EX (good all around binding for cheap)
k2: The formula really sounds like a good idea here. It's supposed to be a good binding that'll perform well with any style. If you want, check out Angry's reviews. They seem to be his go to binding.


Although, if for some reason you chose one of these two as a freeride board, maybe the Auto Ever or Targas would be a good fit.
Oh, I didn't notice the machete. My brain only saw the Banana Magic.

Snowfox is right, my recommendations are stiffer bindings meant to go with the Magic. For the Ride, you'll want softer bindings.

For the Machete

The Flows still work for this board because they are medium flex which is good all around

Rome: 390s

Ride: Delta


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