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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-29-2009, 05:50 PM
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Contrabands are also very lightweight.
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I would say unions but as to which one? Ill let you decide cus it depends on wwhat your gna do contacts if jibster force if gangster nah im j/k. I finally got to molest some unions and they may seem plasticy at first but then again the 09 CO2s didnt have the best quality in terms of finish and they cost 3 bills...... Material wise not in the positon to comment as i have no idea! Point being IMO unions are pretty good buck for your bang. Also, I ahve HEARD that Uninon warranty is nothing less than burtons. Maybe not as quick but still they seeem to take care of their customers. Makes sense right? Since they have a smaller customer base compared to B ...well as of now at least.
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I would say unions but as to which one? Ill let you decide cus it depends on wwhat your gna do contacts if jibster force if gangster nah im j/k. I finally got to molest some unions and they may seem plasticy at first but then again the 09 CO2s didnt have the best quality in terms of finish and they cost 3 bills...... Material wise not in the positon to comment as i have no idea! Point being IMO unions are pretty good buck for your bang. Also, I ahve HEARD that Uninon warranty is nothing less than burtons. Maybe not as quick but still they seeem to take care of their customers. Makes sense right? Since they have a smaller customer base compared to B ...well as of now at least.
Yea the Unions look SUPER cheap online lol. They are like toy bindings (from the pics).


The only reason i'd buy a new binding is to get the canted footbed (this is like the third time im saying this lol) so its pretty much delta or contraband for me. I might be leaning towards contrabands...

Having one strap seems really cool for park - when I get all pissed not being able to land something or im focused hoping i dont break my ass on a rail, having onlyone strap to worry about would be nice.
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Brohaim, just get Deltas. If you want the "one" strap thing, the K2 Autos also have a canted footbed...

Comes down to aluminum or plastic?

Union may look cheap in photos and shite, but they are definitely not. My Contacts look close to brand new with at least 80 days on them. Really damn durable.

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Because they are best suited for Capita boards. Both companies are part of the C3 coalition and I think they work together to make their products compatible with each other. What's the best binders for a Mod or Graft? I'd tell you 390s or Targas. UnInc or Hero? I'd say Cartels. And I have had/ridden all these.
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