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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-16-2011, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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Which bindings?

Hey I just ordered the Never Summer Heritage board and need to pick up some bindings for it. I am an intermediate looking to improve and ride mostly all mountain, some trees and a few jumps, but mostly go for speed and steep stuff. What are some options for some decent but relatively cheap bindings to suit me? Or do I really need high quality expensive ones to get the most out of my new board?
Thanks in advance for the advice.....
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Personally like the fit and feel of Unions now that I've actually tried/bought a pair. Union Forces shouldn't run you too much, are high quality, and good all-around. I also had some Ride EXs last season which were very nice bindings if you prefer a metal chassis.

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K2 Formulas are you best bet. More comfortable stap than Forces, better ratchets, hinged ankle strap, and canted footbeds for $20 less.

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