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Best Prices On Union Danny Kass Snowboard Bindings Turbo
Rome 390 Snowboard Binding from Dogfunk.com
Salomon Patriot Snowboard Binding from Dogfunk.com
Best Prices On Union Contact Snowboard Bindings CMYK


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they will be used for park

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personally id get the salomon chiefs over the patriots

Salomon Chief Snowboard Binding from Dogfunk.com

those are what i ride and like them a lot.

any of those bindings would be a solid choice for a park binding though so you cant really go wrong.

edit: i actually found a pair of last years chiefs for way cheaper then those
Salomon Chief SLCT Snowboard Bindings 2009 : Snowboard Bindings | evo outlet


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are union bindings any good?
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like i said, all those bindings you have list are "good", its just a matter of personal preference now. if you have a shop near by it would good to go there and check the fit of your boots with all those bindings and see if any fit better or worse than the others. you cant really go wrong with any of those choices unless they straight up dont fit right.


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I agree with Cr0 Reps. They are all good and well established for park riding. Go with what you want. I personally like Union best of the ones you named, I liked the Data binding that I rode. I personally ride Burton Cartels for the weight:strength ratio. I like a light weight binding and don't expect them to last more than three seasons.. But I do expect them to hold up to harsh wear for at least 2 seasons without deminishing performance. I know Unions are really tough and I liked their straps, ratchets and fit as much as Burton. I would prefer most Union stuff to most Burton bindings if I didn't always get a great deal on Triads and Cartels. But like I said those are all good bindings

If you have a boot you like best, maybe take it to some shops and see which binding fits your boot heal nicely. And then you'll get a feel for how you like the straps and ratchets.
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i say go for the 390s. Ive had them for a season now and they are amazing bindings. Super comfortable, just read reviews anywhere. They are some of the best bindings out there.
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