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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-20-2012, 04:53 PM Thread Starter
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Rome 390 Boss, Union Contact Pro or Flux DS30 Bindings for my Never Summer Evo

Hi Guys,

Need some help here please!!

I have just ordered the new Never Summer Evo 152 Board.
I am currently using Burton Cartel Bindings )2007 or 2008 model) which I want to move away from as I donít find them comfortable, however, I do like the way they perform.

I am looking at the Rome 390 Boss, Union Contact Pro and Flux DS30 bindings and want to know how they compare and if there is much difference in the stiffness? between the two.

I am mainly a freestyle rider, love the park and pipe, and jibbing. But I also like to hit the powder and explore when I go away. So want a binding that can accommodate as an all round freestyle binding, similar to the burton cartels.

Thanks Guys.
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Cant really help but curious what you went with? I am looking at the DS30's
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Funnily enough, I went with the Burton Malavitas.

They are great allround bindings and loving every moment.
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Talk about a blast from the past lol how did you some how manage to come back for one post like 8 months later?
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Haha.

I got an email notification mentioning someone had posted a message. Would be rude not to
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I'll be tryin' my Vitas once the snow hits.... Bought them and the Proto for the season
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