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11-04-2011 01:59 PM
c0r3y.af Depends if you're interested in canting or not. The Forces are a good solid, static binding and I think most people who have ridden them would recommend them. The Targas on the other hand give you the option of adjustable canting and seems to have a lot of "technical" features, including a bigger price tag.

I personally tend to ride all-mountain with just a touch of park and I think my Forces do the job quite well. You could also look into the Burton Cartels as those are a nice medium IMO.
11-04-2011 11:14 AM
Kp4runner
New Bindings this season

Hey guys,

Just a quick questions as I am having a hard time deciding what i should pick up. I currently ride a Lib Tech T.Rice Pro C2btx. Bindings are Atomic black russians, picked these up in Kimberley as blew up old bindings in the backcountry and these where they only thing we could find quick. Anyways. I am leaning towards Union force, or Rome Targas but am open to your opinions.
I ride mostly all mountain, chutes, steeps, and Backcountry (sled assisted access), not very much park, maybe half a day a very, if the snow is horrible.

Thanks again for any help you guys can provide.

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