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What GNU Bindings would go well with the 2012 GNU Park Pickle?

Preferably something similar to the Ride Rodeo.
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Lol, fine. Any brand will do.
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So many other better binding options out there, why limit you self to GNU? If you must then the Mutant. BTW GNU doesn't even make their bindings, they're made by fastec.

I'd look at the flux tt30
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Lol, fine. Any brand will do.
There ya go.

Flow M9, Flux TT30, Raiden Zero, or K2 Formula.

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Any opinions on the Ride Rodeo?

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Any opinions on the Ride Rode?
Decent binding if you just like a full metal binding.

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Sounds like you are pretty focused on the rodeo, you should probably get a pair of those. If there's something about the rodeos you like, but don't want a pair, you should tell us what you like about them. Otherwise stop referencing the rodeos
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I have the 2011 delta mvmnt binding which i think is what the rodeo replaced. They work great and i don't have any complaints on them. If you function similarly I'd recommend them.
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A binding that is similar to the Pickle in terms of flex. I didn't realize Ride bindings were all aluminum, so I'll stay away from that. A binding of good quality and durability; I need it to last me 2-3 seasons. My budget is around $150.
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