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bindings suggestions for a YES great boobs

currently rocking a pair of bombproof 4 year old burton customs but would like to keep my eyes out for something to go with the 158 great boobs i scored this week. i wear burton driver x size 11 as well.

mostly into free riding and carving with a bit of freestyle thrown in as well, ideally would like something with a good bit of cushioning in the footbed as i have pretty flat feet and tend to feel it after a full days riding. heard a lot of good things about flux bindings but i'm open to suggestions...
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currently rocking a pair of bombproof 4 year old burton customs but would like to keep my eyes out for something to go with the 158 great boobs i scored this week. i wear burton driver x size 11 as well.

mostly into free riding and carving with a bit of freestyle thrown in as well, ideally would like something with a good bit of cushioning in the footbed as i have pretty flat feet and tend to feel it after a full days riding. heard a lot of good things about flux bindings but i'm open to suggestions...
Many good things about Flux bindings - but cushioning is generally not one of them.
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The DMCC Lights will be great from Flux and will do everything you might need for average dampening, but they aren't great for top end shock. Its still my only gripe with Flux as a whole.

Only other two options you need, Flow NXT-2's (either strap style), or Raiden Phantoms.

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I run contact pros on my great dudes, very cushy.
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^^ That's atcually what I demoed when I rode the Greats. For Union its a good match, but most others are still better.

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Union Contact Pro's, or the Union SL's
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The foot beds on Unions, the contact pros will be nice but they seem a little on the buttery side for me, if you want something a little stiffer and responsive i would go with the forces.
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The foot beds on Unions, the contact pros will be nice but they seem a little on the buttery side for me, if you want something a little stiffer and responsive i would go with the forces.
Or you can split the difference and get the Atlas. I use mine for everything...they're on my whatever now, and I used them on my Great Dudes, when I only wanted to bring one set of clamps to Mammoth.
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JPS rides SF45s on the same board. New cartels good match too.
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