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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-27-2012, 01:35 AM Thread Starter
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Union Contact Pro vs FLITE

I've been watching the videos about these two bindings but still haven't seen any really defined differences. Anyone have any suggestions which one to get?
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I'm pretty sure Flites are at the low-end side of Unions, and the Contact Pros are like the high-end park bindings from Union.

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Two completely different bindings.

Contact pro is carbon injected, so it's stiffer laterally, it has more eva foam surrounding the baseplate, a stiffer highback, a quicker, on the fly, forward lean adjuster, better buckles, better strap and a more robust toestrap.
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looks like contact pros it is.
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