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Old 12-27-2011, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default $160 for bindings?

I can basically get any binding in this price range to go on my new pickle coming in the mail, or should i use my OLD 07 freestyles and wait till next season to get a decent pair?
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Old 12-27-2011, 10:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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idk what the range for all the models are but my buddy from a local outdoor shop sold me on Union bindings last yr you might be able to to find some in your range but these are legit tough im rough on all my toys, i used to break bindings all the time and havent had a bit of trouble outta unions yet (tho its only been a yr) I forget what all is but they do gauentee (horrible speller) alot of thier products
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idk what the range for all the models are but my buddy from a local outdoor shop sold me on Union bindings last yr you might be able to to find some in your range but these are legit tough im rough on all my toys, i used to break bindings all the time and havent had a bit of trouble outta unions yet (tho its only been a yr) I forget what all is but they do gauentee (horrible speller) alot of thier products
I've heard some good things bout the unions, but I'm sure about their lower end stuff.. not sure if i should keep my freestyles and get the cushioned strap for them and call it a day... or if i should get something new.
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Old 12-27-2011, 12:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I used to be a big burton fan for anything and picked up a cheap pair of freestyles after i busted my customs up bad and the unions are the only other bindings ive ran other than burton so im not too up on bindings but it was a world of difference especially response but G/L w which ever you decide
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K2 Indy's. They'll be fine and worlds better than your Freestyles.
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Old 12-28-2011, 06:34 PM   #6 (permalink)
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K2 Indy's. They'll be fine and worlds better than your Freestyles.
What do you think of the Flux PR15's? It seems to be between the Indy's and the PR15's..
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I'd probably say Indy's over PR15's.
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rome united might be good

i would go with the flux over the k2
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I'd probably say Indy's over PR15's.
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rome united might be good

i would go with the flux over the k2
well crap... lol
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lol, i changed my mind, the indy's or the rome united
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