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What are some good bindings?

I would like some input on what bindings are really good park/freestyle bindings.
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Broad category and there are many to choose from. Are you more jib or allmountain/freestyle oriented?
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Im riding a NS EVO-R I spend alot of time in the park jibing and hitting the booters and spend some time backcountry hitting jumps we build.
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flow nst fs, rome 390s, raiden zeros

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Union contacts should do just fine too.
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raiden black hawk($$) and rome 390($$$). burton mission($$)
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Only buy Missions if you love pure-plastic constrution and/or if you want your highback wiggling around within your extra flexy plastic heelcup. They suck.
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Union Force or Data, obviously.
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I tried out a friend's board with Contrbands on them in the park and ABSOLUTELY loved them. The only thing you need to watch out for with them is the fitting. Some boots are too wide and don't fit well into them. So, if you plan on getting them, take your boots into the shop and make sure your boots fit whatever size you get. They really are great park bindings and I'd highly recommend them, as unconventional as they may be.
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