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Recommend me some bindings, please.

I'm still somewhat of a novice, although I am pretty comfortable with my skill level. I haven't gotten into freestyle/park stuff yet, and pretty much just cruise and ride powder.

I also have problems with my arches cramping up. I heard the toe strap bindings help with that. Any truth to that?

Anyways, what are some good bindings for me?

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I would say your arches cramping up is from your boots, maybe try a good new footbed? I doubt toe straps are going to give any relief.
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Stop cramping.

Maybe new boots?

I suggest the rome 390 boss or some cartels or missions from burton. Anything that is not toooo responsive should be good for you.
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Try inserts in your boots... I doubt toe straps will help, i dont trust them besides.
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Union Force are my fav binding...Check out Flux SF45's too. Both great bindings.
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As others have mentioned, the issue with your foot cramping isn't due to the bindings, but more so with your boots. Try inserts or maybe not tightening you boots too much. In terms of bindings, I'd look at Ride, Rome, K2 and Flux. They all make solid bindings.
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