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union force vs union contact/pro

hey guys, i'm in a binding debacle...i cant decide between the force and the contact. these will replace my 08 burton customs on an 09 lib tech skate banana
i hear great things about unions and i mostly ride park so they cater to my style, i just cant figure out which pair to buy. any help would be much appreciated! i'm going for lightness, durability and responsiveness
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hey i just got the 10/11 forces in blue. put them on my 09/10 skate banana. ive only been able to strap in and press it but they feel like a real solid binding i like everything about them. i got them because i had heard nothing but great things about them. i think the contacts are more park oriented, while the forces is gonna be good everywhere. dont think you can go wrong with eather of them
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hey i just got the 10/11 forces in blue. put them on my 09/10 skate banana. ive only been able to strap in and press it but they feel like a real solid binding i like everything about them. i got them because i had heard nothing but great things about them. i think the contacts are more park oriented, while the forces is gonna be good everywhere. dont think you can go wrong with eather of them
i know! thats the hardest part haha. both are such solid bindings its almost impossible to make a decision. i ride park 80% of the time but i also hit decent jumps so i need a binding that can take some punches
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Contact Pros are a good compromise between the Contacts and the Forces. They're super light too.

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