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thtrussiankid01 10-25-2010 04:48 PM

jib friendly bindings
 
ive been looking for a new set of bindings for a while and i need a jib friendly binding that can do jumps as well.Doesnt have to be good for anywhere else like freeride (got a separate board for that). The price can be at most $250. People told me about the contraband but i heard its not to jib friendly.

zk0ot 10-25-2010 07:50 PM

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Method 10-25-2010 08:27 PM

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Originally Posted by thtrussiankid01 (Post 318583)
People told me about the contraband but i heard its not to jib friendly.


That's what they were designed for... I have a pair for my jibstick, can't complain. Not sure what complaints you're hearing but "not for jibbing" befuddles me

thtrussiankid01 10-25-2010 08:53 PM

are the rome 390 boss any good and what about the rome united

foamy333 10-25-2010 09:11 PM

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Originally Posted by thtrussiankid01 (Post 318666)
are the rome 390 boss any good and what about the rome united

i don't think i've ever heard anything bad about 390's, everrr.
flux titans, 390s, union forces, or some burton cartels should all get the job done for you pretty well.

Nivek 10-25-2010 11:18 PM

Not Cartels, they are a jump or freeride type now. Stiffer than they used to be. From Burton look at Customs.

Union Flites should be a nice fit, Contrabands, Flux RK30's, K2 Hurrithanes, and Contact Pro's.

Triple8Sol 10-26-2010 01:10 AM

For really tweaking out your jibs, I'd say go for the Flux RK30/DS45 or K2 Hurrithane

bassholic 10-26-2010 08:32 PM

what makes a bindingmore jib specific ?

Triple8Sol 10-26-2010 08:49 PM

I would think you'd want a softer flex for more flexibility. The nice thing about the new urethane backed bindings is that they're designed to still give you enough control for heel/toe carving.

thtrussiankid01 10-29-2010 05:05 AM

what about the K2 Indy i heard its good and not that expensive


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