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Very quick question!

Would be very grateful for any advice on the following:

I have an 09/10 Lib Dark Series 158. Currently I have 2006 Burton CO2s on it. Should I:

a) leave it as is
b) get some 2012/13 Union Contact pros for better board flex, cushioning and softer flex
c)wait for 2014 unions next year.

I ride all mountain and park. Have bindings come a long way since '06? and is there a lot to be gained for buying some new ones. my burtons are working fine but am I missing out?

Many thanks for any opinions/info!

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-07-2013, 12:23 PM
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The dark seriers is a stiff board, you want stiffer bindings to drive it, keep the c02. Soft bindings on a stiff board is unresponcive

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thanks for the help walove
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