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Stiffer bindings

Currently riding Flux TT30s and looking for something stiffer
Wanted to see what all the options are so ican find a great deal on something
I was looking at sf45s but dont want to spend 200 on bindings
any other suggestions?
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Consider used or last years models to save cash
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Yes, buying previous model gear saves you significant cash for other things. Besides, they were once the best and if you been doing it every time then your next previous model gear will always be better than your last one.
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You should be able to find last years K2 Company for around $170ish.

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That's the plan but I need to know what other models to look at as well
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Burton Diodes, C60s or C02s... The C60s are the stiffest thing I've ever strapped into. I've got a spare pair of 2010s with regular discs. Otherwise the Diodes are a very comfy all around freeride binding. I've got them on my main board and love them!
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I was looking at the diodes as well. How does the forward lean adjust on those?
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