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Mfoehrkolb 01-11-2013 01:51 AM

2012 Signal Rocker Light - Bindings Assistance
 
Just picked up a 2012 Signal Park Rocker Light. I am looking for some bindings that would pair well with it. From my understanding its "one of the softest boards made recently".

I dont plan on doing much park though, basically just jibbing around the mountain. Having fun and trying to enjoy my time there. I am using Burton Freestyle Size 11 boots (maybe 11.5 i forget). I am quite novice on bindings, and only go by what i have read.


My binding options are the following: Models 2012or2013

K2 Hurrithane
Flux RK30
Union Contact Pros
Union Flite


I have never tried any of these, but from my understanding... The Contact Pro's are going to be the softest out of them four.

EDIT: Canted footbed is preferred. I think only the K2 has that in the list above.

bseracka 01-11-2013 10:52 AM

I'm using the RK30s on my park flat. You can also look at Rome Mob/Mob Boss, K2 Hurrathaines, Salomon District etc. If you're buying local, what brands does your shop carry?

socalboarder 01-11-2013 10:57 AM

I ride a 2012 Signal Rocker Light with FLux RK30's. Good for park/freestyle riding but also more than capable of riding all mountain also. You definitly won't be dissapointed with Flux bindings.

Nivek 01-11-2013 04:45 PM

From Union Contact Pro's would match up well. If Salomon definitely Districts, Bootleggers or CobraSharks from Burton, K2 Hurrithanes or Nationals, Ride Revolts, Flow 1uattro's, or Flux DS30's.

Mfoehrkolb 01-11-2013 06:55 PM

Just quite overwhelmed as of now with what I should be getting. I like to check stuff out in person before buying, and it sucks because my local store does not carry flux.


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