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GNU carbon credit (k2 Indy?)

Hi to all, i asking for some bindings for my new all-mountain table, i have to see this Men's K2 Indy Snowboard Bindings (New 2012) | eBay , what do you think about that?, iam looking for a good, durability and for low-intermediate rider, i ride 2 seasons in snowboard, and now decide to buy this table!, some other recomends? i see too TT 30 , 390, etc.
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Rome 390 boss is a good choice. I have never used tt30 so dunno.... My son likes either 390 boss or flow nxt/nx2. I only use the flows. Both brands have been super durable though.


My wife has some flux bindings on one board and unions on another. The flux build just does not seem as durable to me, the unions seem a little better. They are both super light weight compared to the Rome and flow though.
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Rome 390 boss is a good choice. I have never used tt30 so dunno.... My son likes either 390 boss or flow nxt/nx2. I only use the flows. Both brands have been super durable though.


My wife has some flux bindings on one board and unions on another. The flux build just does not seem as durable to me, the unions seem a little better. They are both super light weight compared to the Rome and flow though.
so you think union force was the best?, i want some to progress and in a future snowpark!, thanks!.
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Some helpp?? rome 360 boss, union force? what more? with what setup with inverted camber????
Thanks.
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390 Bosses x2. I use them. Or '12 K2 Formulas/Auto Uprise. New K2 Company IPO looks way siiiick
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i run Flux TT30 on my Gnu CC (both 2010-2011 models) and the combo works great for me
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