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Boots/Binding question

ok so i ride freestyle mostly, but i dont have the boots or bindings for it. should i do flexible bindings with flexible boots? or flexible bindings with hard boots?

what do you think?

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Get something with moderate flex. Whatever boots feel the best on you will work the best.

Bindings:
rome targas (Or 390's, 390's are more park oriented but will be fine for your kind of riding)
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i was thinking about the 390's but are they decent for slight carving and cruising?

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I use them for everything. Great for cruising and carving. Another advantage is how comfortable they are.
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i say you get some ride Rx bindings or some 390s and get what ever boot is comfy for you, but make sure its not a real stiff boot and you should be fine. something like the Hail may be a good boot for you
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Rome 390's, Burton Cartel's.

Boots prob something moderate; alot of people i know love the Burton Ions, i just traded my Ozone's up to the Ions.

But most important get wateva fits the best
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