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Union DLX or Technine Elements Pro?

I mainly ride park at a local mountain, mainly jibs, boxes , rails etc. but if i'm in the mood go off some jumps, which bindings would be better for me?
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BA used the Elements on a lot of decks he tested last winter. It's a meat and potato binding for sure but I would say more solid than DLX's.

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Throw the Technine's into the garbage and get something else.
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BA used the Elements on a lot of decks he tested last winter. It's a meat and potato binding for sure but I would say more solid than DLX's.
So youre saying i should go with the technines for the things i do?
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I love my DLX bindings, I think they're super versatile, bombproof, and an incredible binding for the price. That being said, it looks like the T9 elements are more expensive and if, somehow, you can get them for the price of a DLX, do it. You're probably going to get more features.
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So youre saying i should go with the technines for the things i do?
Yeah for sure.

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I love my DLX bindings, I think they're super versatile, bombproof, and an incredible binding for the price. That being said, it looks like the T9 elements are more expensive and if, somehow, you can get them for the price of a DLX, do it. You're probably going to get more features.
Lol to be exact i found them on whiskeymiltia.com for 119 a couple days ago and bought them cheaper than the dlx's so i got them and i will see how they are , thanks though i might change my mind
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Lol to be exact i found them on whiskeymiltia.com for 119 a couple days ago and bought them cheaper than the dlx's so i got them and i will see how they are , thanks though i might change my mind
Rad, dude. That's a good purchase.
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