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Cartels or 390 boss or force

I'm just wondering how these 3 bindings compare to one another. Let's assume that price isn't a factor and that cartels aren't made by burton. I just want to get a better understanding of these bindings. Thanks
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Cartels can be a PITA cause of the stock forward lean. Goin fast, hitting big jumps, and charging lines? don't worry about it then and they are a great binding (get the restricted's, the asym strap is fantasmic). Forces are a good park binding that you'll find lacking if you want to charge fast and steep lines. 390's are the happy medium, good in the park and around the mountain and capable in steeps. And they don't have the stock forward lean that the Cartels do.

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