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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-22-2008, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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Union Force Bindings

Hey does anyone have personal experience with these. I was thinking of grabbing a set to put on my Graft. I have only heard good things and one of the guys and my local shop sings there praises. But I'm just looking for a little more input and info on them be fore I go searching for them.

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I tried my buddies out for a while and really really liked them. Found them super comfy and were responsive yet still kinda playful at the same time. However if your into alot of forward lean then you might not be so into them, they seemed to not allow a whole lot compared to other bindings.
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I have a pair of Union Force DLX's. They are nice, light, and super responsive. I first had them on my board I ride at the resorts, then when the area closed I swapped them out to my splitboard. They were what I was using on Dead Dog Couloir past weekend. Surprisingly comfortable, great ratchets, overall a top notch binder. I've demo'd Union bindings the past 3 seasons and they have always come out as a top 3 binder that I demo.

I was previously using last years Salomon Relay XLT's on my Splitboard. I can say that the Unions are far superior from a performance and durability standpoint. About the only thing I can say about my force binders is that they are not really a freestyle binding that I can tell. More of a freeride, great to do gnarly lines with binder. Then again, I am just not into freestyle anymore, so I am probably not the best judge of that aspect of riding anyway.
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i love the union forces. as stated on another thread, most durable binding ive had, a little heavier than other bindings, but nothing thats not part of the trade off for what you get for durability and comfort in return.
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