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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-20-2009, 05:06 PM
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Ride SPI 09 vs Flux Super Titans 09

hey just wondering what is a better choice to go with. Im into free style riding but i also like hitting the park up let me know what you guys think. Also feel free to throw in any suggestions of other good bindings thanks!
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I was just in the same position as you are. I liked the ride SPi's. But heard a lot of good things about the Union forces. The rides are $40 more, but I liked their wedgie foot beds and gel toe caps. After some research and listening to what others had to say, I decided to order the Unions. From what others say, the rides are a stiffer binding.

So I guess you could add Union's bindings to your list. But sorry I haven't been able to try either bindings out to let you know how they feel.
post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-21-2009, 10:10 AM
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The SPI's are a freeride binding that are fairly stiff. I personally love Ride bindings but the SPI's may not be what you are looking for. Check out the NRC's (i have them and love them) or the Alpha/Delta or RX depending on your price point.
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NRCs are the shit. You can get last years for dirt cheap
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NRCs are the shit. You can get last years for dirt cheap
Indeed, I have last years and I am pretty sure at the recommendation of Cubblsu. I don't think this years are much different except that Ride now has permanently canted footbeds vs. the adjustable ones on the 09 NRC's and CAD's
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Both the SPi and the NRc are stiff bindings, with the SPi being the stiffer of the two. if you're looking for a freestyle binding and want to stay in the Ride line, look at the Delta Mvmt bindings. Softer than the first two but still responsive enough to freeride.
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