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All Mountain Bindings Suggestions...

Just like the title says, i need some suggestions for bindings for my new All Mountain setup. Need to be good for the entire mountain, a lil pow, and a lil bit of jumps. I cant spend a ton but somewhere around <$150 is good. I was recommended the Burton Cartels but would like some other good suggestions.

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I don't do many jumps at all. For serious powder, I use my Rome Arsenals. They are bulletproof and super stiff. I'm looking for some Targas as well because they are adjustable since I have been messing around with some small jumps.

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Try Union Forces, I actually gave away my Cartels didn't like the forward lean on them and you can find Forces now for less than $100. Cartels actually seem softer than Forces.
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I have forum republics and like them alot. My son in law has union forces i dont think you could go wrong with either!
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Ride SPi, NRc, and CAD's can all be had in the price range. Rome Targa's as well.
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I would personally go with the Ride Spi
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I have forum republics and like them alot. My son in law has union forces i dont think you could go wrong with either!
How do the Republics handle freeride? I am thinking of putting these on my Grudge. They are are rated 7/10 for stiffness I believe. Pretty stable yes?
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also try ride RXs
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Ride SPi, NRc, and CAD's can all be had in the price range. Rome Targa's as well.
Are the Ride bindings that great?

And thanks for all the replies.
Just went out and bought some boots, which also brang my budget down to about 62 dollars haha. Im going to wait and save more tho, so the price range should be about the same. I found some good priced Rome Arsenals, and i found good Union Forces too but their sold out haha.
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Are the Ride bindings that great?
Yeah, they're great. I've had Ride bindings since day one, have been shredding for 8 yrs. They are very durable, designed for all mountain, and soo comfortable.
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