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What's The Best Park Binding???

ok so im looking for a super flexy park binding. im riding the 2010 ride ex's right now and even though they arent a park binding i love that they are super flexible (its supposed to be for newbies to learn on but i have to say i love em) not a fan of ride right now so im thinking about the union forces but just wanted to hear from everyone what they thought the absolute best for the money was. ive got a 149 skate banana and ride park 90% of the time. thanks
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union force might be a little stiff, I use the Cartels, 390, and here recently the 390 Boss. Love the boss!
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If you want something really flexy, the forces and bosses are probably too stiff for you. I prefer my forces over my 390 bosses, so I would suggest the Union Contact.
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The Union Force arent super flexible...I'd go with the Union Contact. Also check out the Flux RK30's.
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Best softer park bindings I've liked are Flow Quattros, Flux RK30s, and DS30s, but those are 2012, as are Rome Mobs which are also really good.

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im thinking about the rk30's now, sounds like they've got the flex i need
kinda upset they don't have white tho, white looks by far the best on my board....purple might have to suffice

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just read a review on the rk30's and the person said they weren't as flexy as they thought they'd be.....now im up in the air again

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