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need binding advice

hey guys ive been lookin for a new set of binndings to replace my 08 burton customs. Im currently riding a 2010 capita horrorscope. I practically only jib and im just looking for a binding that will allow true board flex and a little bit softer highback. Some of the ones im looking at are the union contacts, the union forces, the rome 390 bosses and the raiden zeros. i know the unions do a great job at allowing natural board flex but ive heard mixed feelings on their buckles. The only thing steering me away from the 390s are their stiffer highback. And im also interested in the Zeros because they are supposed to be more jib and park oriented but i want to know how much the mini disc helps with board flex. Just give me your thoughts on each and if you have any other suggestions thatd be helpful im just looking for a binding that will allow my board to flex naturally without deadzones. Sorry for the novel of a post.
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The minidisc really works.

I think either the Zeros or if you're up for rear entry my favorite bindings for jibbing have been Flow Quattros.

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