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02-12-2013 07:00 PM
JBoarder8 Burton bootleggers are good park bindings, I think the cobrasharks would be a better buy with the winged highbacks which are great for buttering and presses. Union contacts or contact pros are amazing bindings and stupidly light and also great in the park. Forum shakas have a huge asymetrical ankle strap and are really comfortable. If I were you I would really look into Union as they dedicate their company only to bindings and have some of the best out there. Im rockin the 686xUnion collab bindings right now and those things are sick in the park, with the team highbacks. Burton Hails are great park boots though and definatly stick with those for awhile.
02-11-2013 12:15 PM
Park Bindings

Say, anyone got a really good suggestion for a good park binding? I do a TON of park riding, and my poor Custom Smalls are not the best for parks. Lately, I've been looking at the Burton Bootlegger, but I'll take suggestions. Binding preferably one made by Burton, Flow, Union, or Forum, but if there's a really outstanding binding, I might be swayed. I ride a 2013 Burton Custom Smalls 145W, not the ideal park board but it works really nicely. Does it matter about my boots? Because if it does, they're Burton Hails.

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