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Old 09-11-2012, 02:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've narrowed down my board and binding list for the upcoming season.
I'm 6'3, 190lbs, size 12 Burton Ruler boots, riding mainly off-piste, no parks.

I'll be purchasing either the Lib Tech T.Rice Pro (260), NS Raptor X (263) or F1 Premier (256).

Was wondering which of these binding you thought would work best on these boards;
1) Flow NX2-RS
2) Flow NX2-GT
3) Rome Targa
4) Union Atlas or Contact Pro

Cheers for your help
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Old 09-11-2012, 02:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Maybe wait till people have ridden the nx2s before making your decision.
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Honestly after playing around with the NX2 Se's, stick with regular AT's or RS's. The toe cap just wont give you the support you need for what aggressive type of riding I assume you're planning to do with these freeride boards.

There really isn't anything to worry about regarding ride when it comes to the two new N series that have the I strap, so those stay.

I don't think the Union stuff will cut it. They just aren't on the same response level as your other options.

So, I think either Targa's or NX2 AT's. You could do RS's but I think the AT's will be fine, and save you some money.
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