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what would be the best binding to mount to a 2011 burton blunt? any opinions please tell
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clickers.....

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any real answers?
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Your question is too open ended. It is exactly like asking "What kind of tires are best on a Subaru WRX"?

It depends... what are you doing with it? Is the car a daily beater in sunny Miami or are you doing laps around a dirt track? Maybe you're driving it up and down mountains all winter through snow instead?

Same thing with your bindings. Are you riding often? Do you want a binding that is designed with a specific type of snowboarding in mind? Is weight a concern? Is durability important? ETc..... Even if you can answer those questions, no one knows what kind of boots you have or how they will feel to you once you are strapped in them.
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valid, i normally ride allmountain, and park, i want a midflex binding, with a goodbase. weight isnt all that important in my decisoon, but as most would want, i dont want a heavy heavy binding. Ive looked at union force and contacts, burton mission and cartels and nitro raidens
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valid, i normally ride allmountain, and park, i want a midflex binding, with a goodbase. weight isnt all that important in my decisoon, but as most would want, i dont want a heavy heavy binding. Ive looked at union force and contacts, burton mission and cartels and nitro raidens
Nice list. To add a contender check out the Flux RK30's. The urethane highbacks are outrageous. The offer mad flex for twist and keep heelside rigidity on par with those listed. At the very least demo a pair.

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I ride the burton cartels now and they are an awesome binding. If you can demo the bindings on your list, that's the best way to find out what works best for you.
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I rode RK30s yesterday at Heavenly. Sick bindings. They are perfect for your riding, as it is what I did. I rode down blues and blacks, and still hit the park.
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what raidens? im riding the black hawks. theyre a good solid bindings the straps are super confortable and the buckles are like butter.

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try looking at the union asadachi's. man...those are some nice bindings. amazing flex and super durable. i think those are gonna be my next purchase

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