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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-11-2010, 01:34 PM Thread Starter
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park bindings?

well i have my brand new evo (bragging a bit : P) and i was wondering what is a good binding that would go well with a little bit of jumps but mostly jibs and rails?
of yeah im kinda short on cash so cheaper would be better haha.
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Union Force would be my number one recommendation simply because it's a mid flex binding that's perfect for a park oriented rider and it can also handle the rest of the mountain. And it's under $200. I've been riding them for 5 years now.
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I second that Forces for sure..Contacts are ok also, but a bit to soft for me.
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Union Force would be my number one recommendation simply because it's a mid flex binding that's perfect for a park oriented rider and it can also handle the rest of the mountain. And it's under $200. I've been riding them for 5 years now.
100% on you with that I love mine!
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As stated like a billion times: Union Flex.

Then there is also the K2 Hurrithane, but they are new and I havent heard much about them. Sooo.... I dont know.

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well the union force are almost 300 bucks in canada, so maybe something else? haha
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I just bought some 09' Ride Contrabands. If you set them up right they should be pretty good.
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Maybe some Flites? Good price and a good binding.

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