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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-29-2010, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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union force or contacts

it's for my park board (70% jibbing and 30% small jumps), 10/11 scallywag.

would you recommend 09/10 force or 09/10 contacts?

i got contacts at the moment but i see dirt cheap force!! quite tempting.......
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i would jump on the forces
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I prefer the Force for jumps...and they're not so stiff that you can't jib on them. Perfect flexing binding for park as far as I'm concerned.
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love my Forces, best bindings I've used so far for all over the mountain, they're also Union's flagship binder.

Boots: 2011 DC Judge DB
Binders: 2011 Union Force
Board: 2011 Never Summer SL 158

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I just picked up some contact pro's. Med stiff lateral but strong on heel. I really like them plus theyre super light and easy to put on. One thing i was worried about was because theyre so light how durable they would be but they seem to be holding up great and seems to be great combo on my 2010 Lando.
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i'd go with contacts if you mainly jib, especially if you have an alternative camber board
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Will any boot fit in the Union Forces?

I have an 08 Burton Custom, and 10 K2 Maysis Boots.
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Will any boot fit in the Union Forces?

I have an 08 Burton Custom, and 10 K2 Maysis Boots.
Yes, I have 10/11 forces and love them couldnt ask for a better binding durable with good flex.

Board: LIB Tech SKate Banana
Bindings: UNION Force
Boots: ThirtyTwo TM Two
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Well i have union contacts 2010 for a year now and absolutely no problems so far, i mostly ride park so can't really complain.
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