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(posting 4 friend) I currently have a setup of white burton ruler boots, with black malativa and rome agent rocker. Debating between the listed 3 bindings. I mainly do groomers with some kickers, but 0% rails and such.







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I'm confused. Are these for your friend or you? Who already has the Malavita's? And is he getting the same setup as you minus the bindings? Do the boots fit him as well as they fit you?


Of your options honestly the Republics. They're a little heavie, but the Burton's have a stock forward lean or like a thousand and the Unions highbacks are useless, their toe straps are sub par, and the toe ratchet is a pain.

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I'm confused. Are these for your friend or you? Who already has the Malavita's? And is he getting the same setup as you minus the bindings? Do the boots fit him as well as they fit you?


Of your options honestly the Republics. They're a little heavie, but the Burton's have a stock forward lean or like a thousand and the Unions highbacks are useless, their toe straps are sub par, and the toe ratchet is a pain.
Yea really, Malavitas > all those crappy choices.

Try to get a gently used binding that doesn't suck so bad.

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I'm confused. Are these for your friend or you? Who already has the Malavita's? And is he getting the same setup as you minus the bindings? Do the boots fit him as well as they fit you?


Of your options honestly the Republics. They're a little heavie, but the Burton's have a stock forward lean or like a thousand and the Unions highbacks are useless, their toe straps are sub par, and the toe ratchet is a pain.
like this is my friend setup, he didnt want to signup for this site so l'm just asking on his behalf. What is wrong with union highbacks? Would the republics be very similar to the malativa?
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