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BarryYung42 03-03-2012 06:23 PM

I need help finding park bindings
 
Hi im 13 years old with a size 9.5-10 boot. I need bindings for park. i prefer rome and unions but any will do. Also what size bindings would i need? Thank you

kctahoe 03-03-2012 06:26 PM

390boss, size L/XL

BarryYung42 03-03-2012 06:33 PM

Ohh people said that the ankle strap is too long for my boot size

kctahoe 03-03-2012 06:34 PM

I wear size 9.5 boots and the bindings fit fine, there pretty adjustable.

Bock_E 03-03-2012 09:05 PM

Check out Raiden Zeros. I love mine and I only ride park.

uh oh a virus 2 03-03-2012 09:36 PM

Union Contact/Contact Pro, or K2 Hurrithanes. I have the Hurrithanes on the board that I am riding right now, and I had the Contacts on my previous board. The Hurrithanes are outstanding. Looks sexy, very durable, urethane high-backs allows for insane maneuverability for spinning, absorbs impact nicely, and they are just an all around sick binding. I also heard that the Salomon Rhythm's are an outstanding binding as well.

Nivek 03-03-2012 11:10 PM

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Check out Raiden Zeros. I love mine and I only ride park.

Thissssssss.

Extremo 03-04-2012 11:21 AM

Union Contact Pro, Force, or Atlas. Depending on your preference of stiffness.

BarryYung42 03-04-2012 11:25 AM

Does the contact pros toestrap hold well?

Extremo 03-04-2012 01:48 PM

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Originally Posted by BarryYung42 (Post 491572)
Does the contact pros toestrap hold well?

I find this years split strap stays fine on my boot, but i think it depends on the specific boot whether or not you'll have problems. In the Atlas baseplate it has 2 slots to place the toe strap. In my opinion the slot furthest towards the end of the toe works best with their strap, because it puts it at an angle where it won't slip, pulling it straight down on the toe box. This is how I run it on my SL's and its super responsive.

The contact and force baseplate don't have this option, so the strap comes from more of a capped angle, and depending on the boot shape, may be susceptible to slipping. I went and bought the burton get-a-grip strap for my Force and it works perfectly. I figured it was worth the $30.

Snowolf has a review coming on them soon so look for that, I know I'm interested in what he thought of them freeriding.


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