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Great review. I was thinking of getting the 390 Boss, but may now look at these instead.
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My metallic black SF45's came yesterday. Kinda surprised at just how stiff they felt compared to my Force's. We'll see how they feel on the hill. I'll be posting a review of the new setup.
The SF45 is very much a medium flex, and not that overly stiff at all imo, while the Union Force is actually quite a bit softer than what some people would lead you to believe.

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Great review. I was thinking of getting the 390 Boss, but may now look at these instead.
Both are great bindings, and both companies have some of the best customer service out there. Tough decision, but I made the switch.

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I just got my NS heritage and am trying to decide between these flux, union force etc what did u go with in the end?
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my Flux TT30s on the SL are awesome. i was deciding between flux, union, and rome and couldn't be happier with my decision. zero pressure points, total comfort the entire day. i ride everything from groomers, to double blacks, to park and pipe.
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thanks bruv - have pretty much decided to go with the tt30's - how are the different inserts?
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no cant beds. these bindings don't have fancy (marketing) features, just straight up comfy bindings for all aspects of riding.
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just got these bindings, used it once so far.
Awesome bindings, very responsive and awesome at the park, but...

what is up with the material they used on coating of bindings?!
my bindings are all scratched up already after one use.
these bindings look stylish as hell but they don't expect you to ever fall on them.
the binding straps are made of some kind of material that looks like its not supposed to be wet.

in conclusion, great looking bindings, great performance, but they'll look like crap after 3 sessions if you fall at all... hopefully they change the coating for next year's model because i really love these bindings.
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I have put some more days on my TT30's and i am in love. These are the first bindings that are super supportive, but at the same time i do not even notice them. For the past few years i have been searching for the perfect bindings, and looks like i finally found them.
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Granted I haven't used my TT30's that much, maybe only 4-5 days so far, but haven't noticed any wear/tear issues whatsoever thus far.

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Thanks everyone

I finally went with union force awesome with my heritage very responsive in all conditions only issue as mentioned on here i have to tighten up some of the strap screws each morning as they did work loose throughout the day - not a majior problem as i guess i should do this anyway - toe strap fits my size 8 boots well and i found enough adjustment to get a good fit i found that i could ride witgh the looser bindings which is great as i usually had to crank them right up especailly on the toe - i like stiff bindings and i found these were pleanty stiff enough for me!!

hope this helps thanks for all the feedback - keep it coming can t tell you how helpful it is for all of us (and i'm new to forums)!!

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