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Old 11-14-2011, 08:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Looking for somehing under $200. On a 1 to 10 scale around a 4 (1-flexy 10-responsive) would be nice. My bindings i have now are like a 8 or 9. I have a ride machete 161W.
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Union Flites. They're good, light bindings that have a nice, low price point. They're also fairly flexy. Though they're technically a "park" binding, I use them for "all mountain" riding.
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Union Flites. They're good, light bindings that have a nice, low price point. They're also fairly flexy. Though they're technically a "park" binding, I use them for "all mountain" riding.
I think i just might have to get them. Hows the cushion
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RK30 from Flux.
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The cushion on them is alright. They have a nice footbed that provides the cushion. The base itself has no gasket, just a few rubber dampeners. If you're looking for a binding with an ultra cushy base, then I would look elsewhere.
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I say get some Drake Fifty's
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Old 11-16-2011, 09:48 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I have a set of Union Flites on my Arbor board. Overall, I'm pretty happy with them. Good cushioning. I actually had a set of thin rubber footbeds made to go under the bindings, between the bindings and the board to help dampen things out a bit better and they ride nicely.
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