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I have a burton dominant and I'm going for an ns evo. What bindings should I buy to best match my boards? especially the evo one. I've been looking union mostly, danny kass, force mc, etc... I'm now almost between union force and contact. Also I already have a pair of burton cartels so I don't want to buy almost the same binding twice. A friend of mine had the 390 boss for his ns revolver but they are damn heavy. 1070gram while my cartels are only 870gram. Should I stick to my cartels? Yes, you got it right, I'm a bit confused. Any help would be appreciated...and a bit fast please cause I have to order ASAP!!!
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I'm really happy with Union force's on my EVO.
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M9's or DS45's.

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M9's cause they're super comfy and respond quite well. They really just felt like my Datas or Forces as far as performance, but I couldn't feel the binding on my foot. DS45's cause they rocked it hard. Comfy, responsive enough edge to edge to work well as an all mountian binding, but really well done flex side to side for a good tweak. I would love them as a park binding.

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I have a burton dominant and I'm going for an ns evo. What bindings should I buy to best match my boards? especially the evo one. I've been looking union mostly, danny kass, force mc, etc... I'm now almost between union force and contact. Also I already have a pair of burton cartels so I don't want to buy almost the same binding twice. A friend of mine had the 390 boss for his ns revolver but they are damn heavy. 1070gram while my cartels are only 870gram. Should I stick to my cartels? Yes, you got it right, I'm a bit confused. Any help would be appreciated...and a bit fast please cause I have to order ASAP!!!
390 BOSS is where it's at the 2011 are not that heavy I just got my yesterday and I'm throwing them on my 2011 EVO! There sweet
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Flux TT30's
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Flux TT30 or RK30 on that board. Rome 390 Boss and Ride Deltas should also be good options.

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