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Bindings for Pick Your LIne

I just purchased the Yes Pick Your Line board and I was wondering what bindings I should put on it. I'm open to any suggestions. Right now I was thinking about the Union Atlas bindings, or the Burton Prophecy bindings.
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I would ride the Union SL bindings over the Atlas. The Pick Your Line is a freeride oriented deck and the Atlas is not quite as responsive as the SL.

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Thank you. I'll check those out.
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I ride the Pick your Line with Rome Targas. Great fit for that freeride deck.
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I ride the Pick your Line with Rome Targas. Great fit for that freeride deck.
How responsive are the Targas?
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What do you ride for boots?
I suggest any binding that your boots fit in nice and have ratchets/buckles that you find easy to get in and out of.
If you want a brand suggestion.. can't really go wrong with any Burton binding imo.
A nice positive to owning Burton bindings is that in the event of a broken strap/screw/ladder, you can basically find replacement parts anywhere.

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My boots are Burton Ions. I was thinking about the Burton Prophecy bindings but I haven't heard much about it besides the fact that it's light. My last pair of bindings were Burton's also but they were ests so I can't use them on this board.
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How responsive are the Targas?
Pretty stiff and super responsive but also very comfortable and customizable.
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I would ride the Union SL bindings over the Atlas. The Pick Your Line is a freeride oriented deck and the Atlas is not quite as responsive as the SL.
I can't find the Union SLs anywhere. I could get the Union MC but it's a little more money than I want to spend on them even though I can get them for a good price. Any other suggestions?
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Here are a few places with the SL's left -- Products Union | C3-Worldwide Store Union 2012 SL (Gunmetal) Snowboard Bindings Union MC Metafuse Bindings BLACK at Snowboard Connection

The last Link is for the MC, but it's at a pretty good price.

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