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indy is the previous formula, sonic is the previous indy which is the previous-previous formula, etc

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indy is the previous formula, sonic is the previous indy which is the previous-previous formula, etc
ive heard people like the previous formulas better than the current because the new ones are stiffer and have a higher high back
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indy is the previous formula, sonic is the previous indy which is the previous-previous formula, etc
true but not true... they didnt move everything over to the indys. (ex hinge strap)
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ive heard people like the previous formulas better than the current because the new ones are stiffer and have a higher high back
i wrote about that early this year. i didnt like their new super high back i could feel it in my calf muscle.

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A friend of mine has hurrithanes, LOVES them. He prob rides 80 percent park or so.

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The new ones still have plenty of flex in the highback, and they're still not as high as Cartels. I think the new one is prob the best yet.

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If you want a jib binding that can handle jumps go with the Union Force or the Flux TT30. I personally find the Union Contact too soft for landing bigger jumps and I've heard that Flux Urethane highback is really soft and lacks the support for hard riding, e.g. stomping landings.
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yo i ended up goin with the ride contraband thanks for the help
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thanks for clearing that up dosnt look higher at all to me
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