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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-07-2010, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Which bindings?

Hey all, can I get some advice on which bindings folks think I should look at. I have recently bought a K2 WWW Rocker size 148(just returned from NZ for the season, awesome time) and am riding it with my older, Ride Beta Movement bindings. I feel (and have also been suggested) that they are too heavy and solid for jibbing and general park stuff.

I've been looking at the Forum Factions, any suggestions? Cheers Norx
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if you have enough cash, go with the forum shaka, or union contacts
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if u wna stick with K2 go with the hurrithanes if not then go for rome 390s or union forces...i prefer rome 390s or 390 bosses
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Bro, that board is so beautiful. i love it.
Slap the hurrithanes on them for sure. im doing the same thing.
thats a park board and you want light bindings with good flex on them.
The rome is a good idea but they're a lot more expensive.
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Flow Quattro's. Of Hurrithanes, Contacts, Contact Pros, Nitranes, RK30's, DS45's, Forces, and Indy's I like those the best for a soft park/jib board.

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