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Wondering how these bindings size up to something like the union force, force sl, rome targas, or/and burton cartels. I know there are a lot of tough choices in there. From what I know the force sl's, cartels, and targas are pretty similar. Whereas the standard forces are meant for more of a park binding. Still including the forces in the comparison because a lot of people stand by the forces for an all round awesome, comfortable and durable binding. Any help is appreciated!!
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2011 Indys are 2010 Formulas. Best buy for you money as far as 2011 gear goes.

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NOT exactly... The 2011 indy's are last years formulas except one very nice feature. the ankle hinge strap. which is a pretty awesome feature.

the k2 formula is going to be more less equal to the forces. and the indy is just a slightly stripped version of that.

the Hurrathanes are the indys but with a Urathane highback thats super bendy.

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but as NIVEK says a great binding for the Dough. $$

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but as NIVEK says a great binding for the Dough. $$
I meant to mention that. It is missing the ankle strap hinge, but that's a convenience feature. Not worth spending the extra $50 for Forces just cause it doesn't have that. Indy's > Forces just cause of price. This year.

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