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Optimum Binding for Arbor Coda/All-Mountain Set Up

I'm looking for a new set of bindings to pair with my 2012 Arbor Coda. Right now I am using the 2009 Burton Mission bindings and don't really have a problem with them, they are just wearing out and need to be replaced. I would like to get a set of bindings that is comfortable for all mountain riding but still able to hold their own in the park? I'm not sure if there is a specific type of binding that arbor recommends. The guy at my local ski shop suggested the K2 Formula binding but I just want to get some other opinions.
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I'm looking for a new set of bindings to pair with my 2012 Arbor Coda. Right now I am using the 2009 Burton Mission bindings and don't really have a problem with them, they are just wearing out and need to be replaced. I would like to get a set of bindings that is comfortable for all mountain riding but still able to hold their own in the park? I'm not sure if there is a specific type of binding that arbor recommends. The guy at my local ski shop suggested the K2 Formula binding but I just want to get some other opinions.
Thanks for the help!
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You can get last years Formulas for stupid cheap. I put Raiden Blackhawks on mine. I wanted Phantom's but there weren't any left when I bought (March). I didn't find the blackhawks stiff at all.

Cartels are all around bindings.
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