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Thumbs up Thinking of getting Union Force bindings comments please?

Hi there

I have just bought a 155 NS Heritage and am now thinking of investing in new bindings i have size 8.5 feet and an all mountain rider (not rally any park) would like to know from peeps with experience of union force?

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They're good bindings but there are just better out there. Try Flow M9's, Flux TT30's, or Forum Republics.

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I have some contact SLs and they are comfy, but i have more problems with them than i would like considering the price one pays, i would go with something like some of the higher Flux bindings or K2 formulas.

Problems:
bolts loosen throughout the day,
boot sometimes won't stay on the foot bed if you know what i mean
toe strap will sometimes come out of position after a bail
duno if this is really a problem, but they are very squeaky to the point where i can hear it while riding.

Other than that they have been great bindings, they don't hurt my feet, but i can tell you i will most likely be buying Flux bindings next

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