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2012 salomon salvatore sanchez binding help

So I've been boarding for a few years now but never really hit anything in the park until maybe the last few weeks of the season last year, so I decided to get a park board since that's what I'll be putting most of my effort into this year

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So my question is what would be a good binding for this board, I've been reading on the forum that sometimes you want a different bindings to fit the board

I've been looking at Cartels, 390 boss or Union Forces..... Just want some feedback from you guys on what you guys would stick on this board for a bit of all mountain but mostly gonna be jibbing and hitting the park this season
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Cartels are a great binding I think too much for this board.


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I got another question what do you think about/prefer the union forces or Contact Pro's for a 50/50 split between park and mountain riding?
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I didn't care for either of the Union Contact or Force that I rode, much preferred the Flux Rk-30 as a very versatile binding. but if you like those Capita/Union has some pre-production samples (new in box) for pretty cheap:

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I didn't care for either of the Union Contact or Force that I rode, much preferred the Flux Rk-30 as a very versatile binding. but if you like those Capita/Union has some pre-production samples (new in box) for pretty cheap:

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Thanks for the reply, I decided to go with the 390 boss since I am going to be jibbing in my friends backyard but will also have days out just riding the mountain and the 390's seem to be good for both
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boss is not a bad pick I really dig canted footbeds and Rome's toe straps are really comfy although it is too bad they did not put the 3.0 on the 390 boss (only on the Targas).


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