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Question Union Force MC?

Does anybody think the new Union Force MC bindings are worth 399.99?
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I wouldn't. I wouldn't pay over 250 for bindings.
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and people say burton is overpriced. it's just a binding. and there are better ones out there that do the same job, if not better, for far less.
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They claim it is the strongest lightest binding ever made
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I wouldn't. I wouldn't pay over 250 for bindings.
What he said. Unless you have a the cake to blow I guess, to each its own.
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I got a pair last year for 25% off. I had the money to blow and figured I would give them a try. They are rediculous light. The finish has started to chip off but that doesn't impact anything. If I could get the same deal I would probably get them again.

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I would like a pair, but not for $400. Wait for the end of season sales - I am.
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I Love mine

They are very light, extremely well made, and well designed. What I really like about them is that every piece of hardware on them is an allen head bolt. I replaced the phillips bolts that attach the binding to the board with titanium hex head so now I only need to carry a single allen wrench for everything on my rig. Sure they're pricey but if you've got the cash.... I find them to be much nicer than my Burton C60's which if I remember correctly were about the same price. Good luck finding a deal, I think they sell out pretty quickly.
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Yeah, I would think end of year would be hard to find these. I don't know if they are limited production or not but I looked around the end of last year and they were pretty much gone.

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