|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-20-2010 11:08 AM|
|j.gnar||i dont mean to be a threadstealer, but does anyone have an idea if these would work well on an 09 skate banana?|
|09-16-2010 11:16 PM|
|ccole89||I'm kinda liking the forces for some reason and i have the 2009 Burton Jeremy Jones boots.|
|09-16-2010 11:05 PM|
I have Datas on my Indoor FK and rode the SL for a while on my SubPop. They feel similar, but the SL's are a little more tweakable, softer highback, and the Datas are little more plushy. The SL's are also lighter. Lighter and a little softer for tweaks is why I say for a 50/50 split to aim for the SL's.
Though this may seem a little off topic, what model/year boots do you have?
|09-16-2010 09:42 PM|
|ccole89||That was another thing i was wondering about. I'm really wanting a pair of Unions and price isn't a huge issue i just want a set of bindings thats gonna perform in and out of the park and work well with the board.|
|09-16-2010 09:24 PM|
|Nivek||Honestly I think the TRS is going to out-stiff the Contact Pros. I would be looking at Force SL's if I were you. On a budget? Data's. Really on a budget? Forces. REALLY on a budget? K2 Formulas. REALLY REALLY on a Budget? Ride EX.|
|09-15-2010 09:48 PM|
|Suburban Blend||lighter with a more flxible highback|
|09-15-2010 09:29 PM|
|ccole89||How would you compare these to a set of Forces?|
|09-15-2010 05:51 PM|
one of the lightest
Contact Pro | Union Binding Company
Having a flatter highback shouldn't be a big deal because you still have the ability to add forward lean for a tighter response is needed. But if flex and tweakability is what you're looking for, than this is it.
|09-15-2010 02:43 PM|
Union Contact Pro
Anyone know anything about these? Im looking at getting them for a 2011 Lib-Tech TRS. Im assuming they're gonna be a little stiffer than regular contacts. I prob spend about half my time in the park and half making runs so i need something thats good in the park but stiff enough to charge on the slopes.