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union data 2011 multi - durabilty question

Got a question for you guys. I'm looking at the union data 2011 bindings. They have 2 options, multi and hemp. what kind of fabric is used in the multi and how durable is it?

i know from experience, hemp tends to fray pretty easily, so going to stay away from that.
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Its a cover over the Force highback. Cosmetic issue only. Get the ones that match your gogs.

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Got a question for you guys. I'm looking at the union data 2011 bindings. They have 2 options, multi and hemp. what kind of fabric is used in the multi and how durable is it?

i know from experience, hemp tends to fray pretty easily, so going to stay away from that.
The hemp material is from Holdens clothing line. It's recycled fabric that they had used in their production. The multi is a pu material that is used in the straps. And the highback is a dual layer highback similar to the Force but a little stiffer due to the dual layers.
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