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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-06-2013, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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So my old Ride Ex 2005's are starting to deteriorate.

These where my first bindings I had ever bought and they lasted what seemed like forever; probably 140+ sessions.

Ive gone through more boots than these bindings.

I mostly ride glades / ungroomed runs and don't spend much time in park or groomers.

I'm a fairly advanced rider and I ride hard.

I'm just looking for some durable and dependable simple tech bindings with toe straps.

Just looking for some suggestions, thanks!
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Union Atlas, Force, or the Charger.

All of them are super durable and don't really have all the techy "gimmick" stuff that are on a lot of other companies' bindings.

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From your description, union atlas would be a great binding for you.
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Nice! Thanks for the suggestions!

Union atlas it is! These puppy's look indestructible!

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