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Binders for a YES great beauties

I've been scoping out the new binding situation, and need some new ones for my new deck, a YES great beauties of history. I liked my rome 390 boss bindings, but they, cosmetically at least, felt a little cheap. I never have liked union really. Im very interested in Raidens and drakes and burtons, but cant decide which is best for the board. Any ideas?

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Phantoms will match well with it. I haven't ridden any Drake stuff, but I'd be weary of them. From Burton the Malavita's should match well.

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YES founders JP Walker and RDM have been riding Fluxs SF45s...... just sayin. Check em out...
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YES founders JP Solberg and RDM have been riding Fluxs SF45s...... just sayin. Check em out...
Fixed that for ya. Walker rides Stepchild.

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Ohhh yea thanks! Got my man crush Walker on the brain....
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I would go with the malavita's or maybe even cartels. Reflex, Autocant, Burton design and construction. You can't go wrong.
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I couldn't feel re:flex. So I wouldn't let that influence your opinion.

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feel the fles, not so sure. I did feel more connected to the board. For people that love a damp and stable ride that may not be good, but for response and board control I found it to be advantageous. Overall the bindings were just so damn comfortable I did feel like I was not even strapped in.
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