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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-29-2011, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Good all mountain bindings?

Hi i have a k2 www that i used my previous bindings on. (Ride Ex) The problem is that i really like my all mountain board and I dont wanna retire it yet. Its some off brand from about 11 years ago but damn is that thing stable on the slopes. I don't know how seeing as to how flexy it is. It may be getting old. Idk if its supposed to have that much flex. Would that make it flex more? I know the core is poplar. Ayways I want to keep riding it especially in powder since its got a real turned up nose that throws powder under it. But i need some all mountain bindings. The only all mountain bindings I know of are the ride lx's. And there may be better choices out there.
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LX's aren't all mountain, they're low end.

Look at K2 Formulas, Ride SPis, Flow NXT-AT, Flux SF45's, Forum Shakas.

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I'd also add Rome Targas and Union Forces to the mix.
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Love my K2 cinch CTX...fast entry and very stiff.

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I'd say check out the Union Force SL and the Flux SF45. Really good responsive bindings.

If you're real serious and have some money to spend look into the Union Force MC and the Flux DMCC...But those are about as good as you get and you prob don't need them.
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imma get some k2s i think. They seem fine. I was gonna get some wen i got my ex's. Guess ill have to study up.
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K2 Auto Uprise is a good all-mountain binding. Not as stiff as the likes of Targas, but mid-stiff so it's a versatile binding. Takes a little extra time to fine-tune the fit, but worth it in my opinion.

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