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Flux TT30 vs Union Contact Pro vs Union Force

Hey guys, I'm heading out to Colorado in a few weeks and need some new bindings. I currently have Ride Beta Movements from a couple years ago and I've narrowed down my options to these 3 bindings which have the characteristics I was looking for and come in neon green to match my neversummer evo. I do a lot of park and jumps but also enjoy shredding powder and fast runs but I found that the Beta Movements didn't give me enough response. Which of these three would you choose for a lot of park riding and tweaking but an equal amount of all mountain?
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From what i have seen and heard, TT30's are all mtn killer, park and pow. Same with forces. Contacts are more park oriented and dont have enough support for bigger stuff. But then again. I dont know shit and my opinion is " jack shit". i say go with tt30's for comfort or forces for hype factor.
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There's been some bite back on the forces..so I'd be careful. I like em, but I hear some major complaints about them not evolving over the years and the toe strap being shitty (lots of people seem to do a toestrap upgrade). I'd probably go with the Flux TT's personally. Granted I've only spent a few days with forces, I did like em though. No experience with the Contact Pros.
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Forces do tend to get a lot of flak on here. I have a set from 2010 that I like, but they work well with my boots after a few simple modifications. They are fairly heavy because the bombproof aluminum baseplate is made like a tank. The Flux TT30 are supposed to be pretty nice and light. I would probably look at them or the Contact Pros over the Forces.
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