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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-30-2010, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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Bindings to Strap on K2 FastPlant???

I currently have Raiden Blackhawk Bindings that I got a few months ago. I havent taken them out of the box yet, so I can send them back if they wont work with this board. Any suggestions??? Keep those bindings or get different ones? Im not sure if the Raiden Blackhawk Bindings are designed for a stiff board, which wouldnt be good considering the FastPlant is flexable.
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Depends on how you're gonna be riding. If you're going to use that board in it's intended skatey, jibby, superfun, snappy, bambooyah ways, you'll probably want to get a binding with a little more flex in the highback. Personally, I'd probably run some urethane higbbacked binders from Flux or K2 (hurrithane), or one of Union's softer bindings like the Contact or the Flite. If you're gonna use the board as more than just a park board, the blackhawks would probably be fine. Then again, It comes down to personal preference and riding style...

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Nitro makes a decent binding. If you wanted some other options look into Union Contact Pro's, Flux DS45's, K2 Hurrithanes (I reviewed that setup), or Flow M9's.

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