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Bindings for my Raygun & Cipher

Hey so I've been lurking in these forums for awhile just trying to get a feel for snowboarding & the crazy amount gear choices. I came over from skateboarding, last year was my first season on the snow, & when it was time to upgrade & ditch my Lamar setup I was pretty overwhelmed by all the choices. But now I've got a K2 raygun & an Artec cipher(got both for pretty cheap). I just bought a pair of K2 formula's after seeing them recommended on here & seeing good reviews everywhere else online & was going to pair them with my raygun.

Now I'd like to find some binders for my cipher. I mostly stick to the mountain & jumps right now but really want to start moving more into the park, hence my purchase of the cipher. I'm big into rails when skating so that's where I'd really like to go with snowboarding. But I will probably always do both so I don't want anything that's park exclusive. I'm 5'9 130, my raygun is a 156 & my cipher is a 151.5 and I use nike air zoom boots size 10.5. So any suggestions on which board the Formulas would be best with? And what should I strap onto the other board?

I was liking the union force's but there's way too many negative reviews out there for me to be completely sold on them. Seems like rome 390s are great, k2 autos, flux tt30s & sf45s as well & all seem fairly reasonable price wise. I don't want to spend more than $250 on bindings & would love to keep it below $200. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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