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02-28-2012 06:18 AM
Extremo The SL's baseplate is much stiffer than the Force. While the highback is softer torsionally. I personally think the Force has the better flex because the baseplate has more give to it when landing and tweaking on rails. I also ride stiffer boots and rely on my flex to come from the bindings. If you're riding a soft board and boot the SL's will be fine for park.
02-28-2012 02:19 AM
2813308004 It's got a lot of flex but it's super responsive—I don't think it's an ideal park binding for anything but jumps. I don't know, try them out.
02-28-2012 01:50 AM
boarderbud
Union SL

does the union SL still have enough flex for park? Im lookin for something a lil bit stiffer than the forces but not much because i ride alot fo park too.

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