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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-21-2010, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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Bindings for Parkstar or indoor survival fk

Hey guys..

i'm going to buy a Parkstar or indoor survival fk.. haven't decided yet.

I was thinkkig of taking union forces or flux bindings..

i had some buton triads from two seasons ago.. really liked them..
i'll be monstly riding park and slopes and maby a bit of pow..
i have some 9.5 32 lashed..

thanks for your help..
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-21-2010, 09:23 PM
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I'm really liking Flux this year. I'd recommend some TT30's. Just picked up a pair of titans myself.
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what is the difference betweent the contact and the contact pro?
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I have Ride Spi bindings on my Parkstar. Love it!!
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I picked up a new 2010 Parkstar and Flux Titan RK bindings a couple of months ago. I've ridden the setup a few days and so far I'm not totally sold on the Flux bindings. The ride is nice but they are a bit difficult to strap into, my old Cartels are much easier. Hopefully they just need to break in.
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I had some ride bindings before, but i don't like bindings with metal.
That's why i was looking a flux and Union. Do you know what model would be similar to a triad?
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