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Hey guys,

I'm having trouble deciding to get Union Force bindings or Ride Ex bindings...anyone have any suggestions?

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Union Force with Ride ex toe straps is what I did.
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^this

buy the forces and then the replacement toestrap from ride
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Hey guys,

I'm having trouble deciding to get Union Force bindings or Ride Ex bindings...anyone have any suggestions?

-Evan
Why only these two?

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buy the forces and then the replacement toestrap from ride
Why? The new straps are fine
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Why? The new straps are fine
Rides toe straps are the best and unions toe straps are the only thing wrong on the binding(In my mind).
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You try the new ones this year? No problems for me or anyone I know. Don't even notice them while riding which is a great thing.
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You try the new ones this year? No problems for me or anyone I know. Don't even notice them while riding which is a great thing.
I have had some comfort issues with my toe straps but I think its just adjustment issues.

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It also depends on what kind of boots you guys have on. My old burtons fit great with unions but my DCs hated the toe strap.
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because I was going to get the ride ex's but then a friend started talking me into the union forces
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