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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 03:52 PM
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Once again I use 390's and they work great. Um a buddy of mine was riding an Agent and the union forces last year and had nothing but good things to say abotu the Union bindings. I've never riden them so I don't really know to much about them but all I hear is good stuff about the company and its products.
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young blood or burton dom
post #13 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 04:40 PM
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young blood or burton dom
See I don't think that the Dominant is as much all around park; I thought it was more or less a jib stick. But from what I read the Youngblood doesn't sound like a horrible option either. Personally I like my Rome but if the price tag on the Rome is hurting you the Forum may not be a bad choice.

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The Rome or the destroyer. The destroyer for park is DEFINATELY the best fit for the Forum line.
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yeah i was looking into the unions and also some of the technine bindings. the agent is pry what i'll end up gettin but at the same time i've always liked forum boards. thanks for the help
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Well Forum used to be kind of a sketchy brand from what I understand; liek as far as quality of their products. I have never ridden one so I couldn't tell you from experience. But since Burton bought them I'm sure quality of product has probably increased.
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