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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-06-2010, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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freestyle bindings? which unions?

i'm looking into new bindings for the 2010/2011 season. ive been hearing a whole lot about the union bindings, so im thinking of making a union binding purchase. which union binding should i purchase? im mostly a freestyle rider that likes to hit the mountains every now and then. cost really isnt that much of a problem, just not $400 bindings.

anyone suggest anything else besides unions? has anyone heard anything bad? any other suggestions?
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union forces are appearently great and k2 formulas are good too tho GL
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Union Bindings are the shit. i picked up a pair of Force Sl's at the end of last year and only got to ride them a handful of times. but my buddy had a pair of Forces all last year and he has been riding most of his life and he said he was sold on Union. What I saw was they r just so responsive and durable. I think there only like $200. If youy go for these you will not be disappointed.
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yeah ive heard plenty good of unions. i have some k2 formulas they are amazing they dont disappoint but hey go for the unions ive heard plenty of good things about them only thing is is that idk what binding would suit you there.. forces probably
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For 2011... I'm going to bank my money on Rome 390 Boss editions being the go-to freestyle bindings of choice. Actually, all-mountain as well.

Rome SDS 390 Boss Snowboard Bindings 2011

I know Unions get a lot of hype and all right now, but the 390 Boss is just nasty!

www.aGNARchy.com Reviews and David Z's rants
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