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Union or Flux or ?

Ok so i'm in need of new bindings for my new board when i get it which will be a: GNU Park Pickle BTX Snowboard 153 - Mens 2011 so keeping that in mind should i get,Union Contact 2011's or Flux RK30 2011's. I've heard Contacts work well with that board.. please if you know or have heard of any other bindings that are great with that board and are a more park/allround binding cheers
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Flux. God I hate their new model names though.

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I just love Flux. They're very comfy and soft enough for any type of freestyle while still retaining enough stiffness to get outside of the park.

If you want the Contacts, get them. I'm sure you'll be happy.
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Contacts are on the softer side in Union, and they're bases run tad smaller than Forces. I would recommend Forces, theyre good all around for park and freeriding. Never owned Flux so I cant comment on theyre products. Although I'm looking at getting a pair this year.
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Contacts are on the softer side in Union, and they're bases run tad smaller than Forces. I would recommend Forces, theyre good all around for park and freeriding. Never owned Flux so I cant comment on theyre products. Although I'm looking at getting a pair this year.

Thanks guys, although im still up on the fence im leaning towards Union Force, but i'll be reading reviews and asking around to make my final decision. peace
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